You can find it at http://www.archeryedinburgh.co.uk

The Archery World Cup Final website is the event hub for both archery enthusiasts and local spectators offering a wide variety of information on the World Cup Final, competitive archery, UK and International archers, general news, seat reservations and Edinburgh tourist information.

The Archery World Cup Final, the biggest, most important archery competition ever to be staged in the UK, is the culmination of four World Cup qualifying events in the two disciplines of Compound and Recurve bows. It brings the skill and tension of knockout archery (two competitors going head to head) into the very heart of Scotland’s capital city for two days of thrilling competition.

Edinburgh residents, visitors to the city and archery enthusiasts will have the perfect opportunity to watch the best thirty-two archers in the world showcasing their incredible skills of control, calmness, technique and concentration under pressure for the biggest prize money in the sport.

The event will be located in East Princes Street Gardens under The Scott Monument and is free for spectators. However seats in the Grandstand, offering the best views of the competition field, will be subject to availability. They can be reserved now through the website and cost £5.00 plus booking fee per seat. Link – http://www.archeryedinburgh.co.uk/the-event/reserving-seats.

The 2010 Archery World Cup Final will not only be a fantastic demonstration of the sport in the UK, it will also showcase the city of Edinburgh and Scotland as the perfect destination for the world’s biggest and best sporting events. It follows the World Duathlon Championships to be held in early September.

At the event there will also be a series of ‘have a go’ sessions organised by Scottish Archery. So for any budding Robin and Marions get yourself down to East Princes Street Gardens in September.

Partners of the Archery World Cup Final 2010 in Edinburgh include City of Edinburgh Council, EventScotland, UK Sport, Archery GB and The Scottish Archery Association.