Getting a federation (FLTA) licence

Archers desiring to try out competitions must get a licence at the Luxembourgish federation (FLTA). Although this licence is not required to shoot in the club, its price is covered by the club, and allows supporting the federation itself.

The process is done in a few steps.

Announce to one of the committee members or your trainer your wish to get the licence. They should be able to assess your capabilities to shoot on your own safely, and will explain you the basics of tournaments, should you decide to participate to any.

Take an appointment for a medical examination (free of charge) in one of the Examination Centers in the country. The examiner will then send the results of the exam to the federation and the club.
Should you be temporary apt or not apt you will receive a letter at home asking you to take an appointment with a specialist or your usual doc.

The secretary of the club will then fill in a form at the federation with the following information that you are requested to sign:

  • Name, Surname
  • Date of birth
  • Address
  • Country of residency
  • Country of birth and place of birth
  • Citizenship

The form is then submitted to the federation which will approve or reject the licence request.

If accepted you will be billed the issuance cost by the club, and you should receive a paper copy of the licence.