HEMAC groups organise some of Europe's biggest events, including the famous Dreynschlag event in Austria, Swordfish in Sweden, The Worldwide Championships in Germany, the HEMAC Glasgow and FightCamp in the UK.
The most updated source for European event news is the Schola Forum.
The annual HEMAC Gathering is held in Dijon each year, organised by Fabrice Cognot and his group De Taille et d'Estoc.
HEMAC Glasgow is an event that focusses on a single HEMA discipline, involving classes, coached sparring, free sparring and intellectual debates. Run by the Academy of Historical Arts, this event is an important part of the Scottish HEMA scene, and very accessible to visitors and guests.
The DreynEvent is an annual HEMAC Gathering is held in Wien each year, organised by the DreynSchlag. It is the world’s biggest gathering of its kind at the moment.
Swordfish is the first annual event in Sweden for Historical European Martial Arts. Swordfish is unique in many ways. It has become known as a tough event, with intense training and a lot of different classes to attend. And although that is true for many events, Swordfish hosts instructors and classes that you will not find anywhere else as well as some more well-known faces. It is a great opportunity to come together, meet friends and train hard.
FightCamp is run by Matt Easton of Schola Gladiatoria – a renowned Historical European Martial Arts (HEMA) group based in London. FightCamp is a three day event providing classes, competitions, trading and the opportunity for free exchange of European martial arts and related subjects.
HEMAC Florentia is the first official HEMAC event held in Italy. It is hosted in the wonderful city of Florence and it is brought to you by the organizing effort of the italian HEMAC members, and by Sala d'Arme Achille Marozzo
HEMAC Hemathlon is the first official HEMAC event in Greece and the first international event dedicated to HEMA. It is held in the historical city of Athens, organized by the Greek HEMAC members and the S.C. Academy of Hoplomachia . The event is also sponsored by the Hellenic Federation of Historical European Martial Arts.