Hull Judo Club

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Welcome to Hull Judo Club

Hull Judo Club is one of the leading Judo Clubs in Yorkshire and Humberside

We run classes on Monday Evenings at The Freedom Centre in Hull.
The Club can trace it’s origins within the local Judo scene back to the 1970′s.
Visitors are always welcomed on to the mat and quickly integrated into our training sessions.

If you or your child would like to join us on the mat at Hull Judo Club then you need simply turn up and introduce yourself at the relevant class, you can even claim a FREE first session!

How much does it cost?

Your first session with us is FREE and we can lend you a jacket. After that our mat fees will apply, and you may like to consider becoming a full member of our club. If you decide to stick with judo then you will also need to buy a BJA License so that you are insured when you train, as well as a judo-gi (a judo suit). Judo-gis can be purchased through the club

 

Club Membership

Club membership runs annually from 1st January to 31st December , after 1 months of regular attendance it is a club requirement that all players attending the club become members.
This is due to the affiliation with the British Judo Association and keeping to the requirements of the club code of conduct.

Please remember that club membership provides the following benefits:

  • Reduced mat fees
    • Junior £2.50 (£3.50 Non members)
    • Seniors £3.00 (£4.00 Non members)
  • Christmas party
  • Presentation evening
  • Inclusion for events arranged by the club

Cost of membership is: – £7.50 for all players

British Judo Association

Membership of the British Judo Association which also includes insurance is mandatory for grading and competition purposes, you do not need to be a member to try Judo.

We would also recommend all players obtain a British Judo Association (BJA) licence after an initial period of 4 sessions, participating in judo.

Obtaining a licence provides the player with insurance and the potential to undertaking gradings and compete in competitions, when at the appropriate age of 8 years old.

For further information check out the British Judo Web Site

 

For further information contact George Tackie or Peter Barley

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