The South Central Orienteering Association represents the orienteering clubs in the south of England - our members run for clubs which mainly cover Hampshire, southern Wiltshire, Oxfordshire, South Buckinghamshire and Berkshire.

There is almost always an event in the region or close by on most weekends of the year. See our fixture list here, or see each club's own fixture list for details.

This web site aims at promoting regular information for members about orienteering in the region and provides information on the regular and occasional regional competitions.

SCOA pools the resources of the region’s clubs in order to provide coaching for juniors, training for officials, co‑ordinate fixtures, organise our largest events, and generally support orienteering within the region. More information about the services that SCOA provides to its members can be found by clicking here.

Recent SCOA News

Results from the BKO Concorde Chase event.

Medals will be presented at the BADO SCOA League event on 8th April at Butter Wood.

SCOA Bulletin December 2017

SCOA League- how is your club doing?

To date we have had 5 of the 7 SCOA League events. The remaining events are 7 Jan, Fritham in the New

Forest (the map with the ‘Royal Oak’ Pub on it!) and Butterwood (M3 jn 5) on 8 April. Both excellent areas.

See SCOA website for events, results and details. http://www.scoa-orienteering.org.uk/scoa-league

SCOA 2018 Championships, Sun 28 Jan: BKO Concorde Chase.

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The 2018 SCOA Championships are being hosted by the BKO Concorde Chase on 28 Jan at Bracknell. To be eligible you must be a current BOF member and registered through SCOA. You also need to enter you age class or run up. Competition on colour classes will not count. There are more details elsewhere on this page.

Owing to an error in calculation, the bonus points for the number of runners were not being added. This has now been corrected, leading to a considerable narrowing of the gaps between the top clubs. This is in line with how the bonus system is supposed to work, rewarding those clubs with large attendance at events.