Welcome to Coventry Judo Cub

We are home to a bunch of enthusiastic Judoka and offer everything from recreational Judo for family fitness and fun, to serious competition training, for both kids and adults.

As one of Coventry’s leading sports clubs we have a seriously impressive track record for excellence, having produced British, and European Champions at Junior and Senior level, a Senior World Champion, World Silver medallist and World Bronze medallist, twice Olympic Silver medallist and a para-Olympic Bronze medallist (Beijing 2008) and Silver medallist (London 2012).

If you haven’t tried Judo before, please get in contact or just come along and give it a go, your first lesson is free and you will find a warm welcome from everyone here.

Coventry Judo Club

Judo was created as a physical, mental and moral pedagogy in Japan, in 1882, by Jigoro Kano. It is generally categorized as a modern martial art which later evolved into a combat and Olympic sport.

The aim is to throw your opponent on their back, pin them or subdue them using joint locks and pins. Kano created the combat sport of Judo so the martial art could be practised at full force whilst maintaining the safety of the fighters. Because of this, Judo is great for general fitness, strength and self-defence.

It encourages hard work and self-discipline, the only way to become successful is through practice and regular training. For this reason it is also perfect for children and being an Olympic sport, there is a solid infrastructure to help kids become World Champions.

We welcome new members, both adults and kids, experienced or new to Judo. We are one of Coventry’s leading sports clubs and look forward to seeing you soon, please see the ‘Training Times‘ page for our address and when to visit or use the ‘Contact Us‘ page to get in touch first.

Coventry Judo Club is a member club of the British Judo Association.

All staff and volunteers are Extended CRB checked. We follow BJA’s, Child Protection & Vulnerable Adults Policies and Procedures that are available for download from the BJA website.