Become a member

Become a member

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The Finnish Hunters’ Association is an interest organization for the Finnish hunter — that is, you. Founded in 1921, hunters’ own oldest and largest interest organization in Finland still adheres to its original purpose of promoting Finnish hunting and looking after the interests of hunters.


The Association’s activities haven’t been worn down by time. On the contrary, the Association has developed — and continues to develop — its activities: both the strategy and the brand have been renewed and the focal points of activities have been clarified. However, the core of all activities remains the same: to promote Finnish hunting and look after hunters’ interests. We are a home for all hunters. Including you.

Advocacy is done together

The Finnish Hunters’ Association has 16 districts, 2,728 clubs and 161,705 members. By being one of us, you are with us in influencing the future of Finnish hunting. In the Hunters’ Association, we look after our members’ interests at both national and EU level, and we strive to have a say in all decision-making processes that affect the Finnish hunter’s life.

Training in expertise and responsibility

As a promoter and advocate of hunting, our goal is to increase appreciation for hunters as responsible experts in Finnish society. As a member, you have the opportunity to acquire versatile training in order to develop the skills and knowledge associated with your interest.

Joining is easy

The membership fee for members joining through a club consists of contributions to the Association and the district. The Association’s annual membership fee is €9.50 per member. Each district adds a few euros to the price in order to finance its own activities. The membership fees of individual members also vary somewhat from district to district.


Use an online form to send a contact request to the district organization in your region, or contact us by phone. The district approves new members as soon as possible. Both the membership and members’ benefits become effective once the data of all club members are registered in the membership register of the Finnish Hunters’ Association. Membership cards are posted to members five times a year.