Resources for Youth Combat Fighters

We hope you enjoy your time with us in Youth Combat! Remember to fight with honor and courtesy to your opponents. So much of what we do depends on being safe with one another. Proper calibration, making weapons to-standard, and following the armor standards will help everyone participate in a safe and respectful way.

We’ve collected the following forms and lists to help you become the best fighter you can be.

EK Youth Combat Rules, revised January 2019. 
Authorization Procedure
Youth Combat Authorization Form and Card

Checklists for the Armor Bag

Checklist for Division 1, ages 6-9
Checklist for Division 2, ages 10-13 and Division 3, ages 14-17

If you are interested in constructing your own helmet, you need to follow the Helmet Construction Guidelines as well as the pertinent paragraphs in the EK Youth Combat Rules (above).


Waivers can be found in the SCA Documents Library under the heading Minor Waivers/Medical Forms.

Waivers are to be used for each practice or event in which a youth fighter participates. Waivers are not necessary if the youth fighter can show a blue membership card (this denotes that the youth fighter has a waiver on file with the Society).

The child waiver is normally used if parents are present.

If parent or guardian will not be present, the notarized form is required for participation. Please note, however, that parents/guardians MUST be present in order for a youth fighter to authorize for tourney and melee combat.

Still not sure? Lord Tiberius answers that age-old question: What Forms Do I Need to participate or practice in, around or with Youth Combat.?