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Welcome to SURFING ENGLAND – The recognised National Governing Body for the Sport of Surfing in England. A not for profit membership organisation run by surfers to support & development Surfing in England. Proudly serving our sport & our membership of surfers, surf coaches, surf clubs & surf schools. Recognised by Sport England, the International Surfing Association & the European Surfing Federation.
Surfing continues to grow rapidly as a sport for some, a passion for many and as a livelihood for others. We aim to deliver opportunity & support for all surfers at all levels in England. As the recognised National Governing Body for Surfing we are focused on ‘building a healthy surfing community’. We share in the joy of surfing across all its disciplines of short board, long board, body board, body surf, knee board and stand up paddle board.
Following one of the strangest years in living history Surfing England is pleased to announce the Junior Development Squad for 2021, supported by dryrobe. After a year in which competitions and the ability to train was largely restricted, the decision was made to offer all members of the 2020 squad to continue into 2021. This […]
Following an unusual year of global pandemics, travel bans and cancelled competitions, Surfing England are pleased to announce the opening of Wildcard Applications to the Team England Junior Squad for 2021, supported by dryrobe. A wildcard is designed for exceptional surfers who have not already been invited to join the Junior Squad. This may be […]
For the first time, surfing will receive funding from UK Sport, as part of its plans to invest in the Olympic and Paralympic games. The £352million investment by UK sport is being awarded to 43 Olympic sports with surfing being included for the first time along with climbing and skateboarding. The award of £1.35 million […]