The study aimed to identify the factorial validity of the tests of some offensive sentences for the fencing players with the fencing weapon, as the researcher used the descriptive method in the relational method for its suitability and the nature of the research problem. The research sample consisted of fencing practitioners who represent students (the first stage and the third stage) in the College of Physical Education and Sports Sciences - University of Babylon for the academic year 2022/2023, who number (50) players. The researcher used testing and measurement as data collection tools, and the study included (15) a test for offensive sentences in fencing, and the researcher used the spss statistical bag to obtain the results, and it was concluded that:
Factorial analysis using orthogonal rotation conducted on (15) tests for the performance of some offensive sentences in fencing showed six factors whose acceptance was explained by three factors so that each factor included (3) tests and as explained:( The first factor included (3) tests for offensive sentences, which are (4, 9, 10). The second factor included (3) tests for offensive sentences, which are (5, 11, 12).and the third factor included (3) tests for offensive sentences, which are (13, 3, 6). In light of these conclusions, the researcher recommended the following: Reliance on tests whose reliability has been confirmed and building a test battery for the same elements after excluding tests that did not prove their validity.