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Welcome to the Civil Service Archery Association web site.
Last Updated - 07 Aug 2016

The results of the NW Regional Archery Event Added Above

Own a Bernie

Those archers who have shoot at the Indoor championship or at any of the Rep matches against the Police will have seen the unique figurine of a British Police Bobby called “Maurice” named after their creator which are presented instead of the more traditional medals. This year you now have the opportunity to own your very own figurine commissioned to mark the 60th Anniversary of the CSAA, based on the Tudor archer of the associations badge. 

The Bernie’s will be available by pre order with payment at a cost of £7.00 excluding postage and packaging.  For more details go to  the order form here.

Annual General Meeting 2016

The associations AGM will be held on during the lunch period of the national outdoor championships on Fri 16th Sept at The Huntingdon Town Football Club,  Jubilee Sports Field, Kings Ripton Road, Huntingdon, Cambs, PE28 2NR

Items for inclusion on the agenda for the meeting must then be received by the Secretary, or any other member of the Committee, at least four weeks prior to the meeting.


The Civil Service Archery Association was founded in January 1956 as the 'Sports Representative Body' (SRB) for ARCHERY in the Civil Service Sports Council (CSSC), now known as CSSC, Sports & Leisure.

Our event programme each year includes:

  • Civil Service Regional (Zoned) Championships
  • Civil Service National Championship
  • Civil Service National Indoor Championship
  • Representative Matches against the Police and the Armed Services
  • Winter Pairs Competition - Frostbite and Portsmouth Rounds
  • A newsletter, the ASCHAM REVIEW is published at least four times each year to keep members of the Association informed of archery activities and news from the CSSC.

We hope you find this site interesting and useful. We would welcome any comments, queries or suggestions you may have. Please e-mail webmaster@csarchery.org.uk.

"Please note that CSAA is an Association and as such does not have it's own sports ground or indeed carry liability insurance.  Only CSSC events are covered by their liability insurance. All CSAA members must also be members of GNAS (Archery GB) which does carry liability insurance."