Judo is a combat sport that improves both mental and physical fitness, strength, agility, and confidence, and at Oxford Judo we combine our enjoyment for training and competition with a friendly and fun social core. Judo is inclusive to all genders and levels of experience, and we welcome enquiries from those with a disability regarding the accessibility of Judo.
Our Club | Oxford University Judo Club
The club is open to members of all levels of experience, from beginner to international. The club welcomes members of the local community and caters for those with greater accessibility needs.
Judo is a full blue sport, and Oxford Judo has enjoyed great successes lately from our wide range of beginners, intermediates, and higher-level players. There are opportunities to represent the university against Cambridge in the annual Varsity match and against other universities at BUCS.
We are located in a dedicated dojo at the Oxford University Sports Centre at Iffley Road. We currently have around 85 regular members at local, national, and international level, and are always recruiting. Beginners are welcome to join the eight-week beginners’ course in Michaelmas term. Visit our dedicated beginners’ page on our website for more information.
Judo is an excellent way to improve both mental and physical fitness, strength, agility, and confidence, and at Oxford Judo we combine our enjoyment for training and competition with a friendly and fun social core. Oxford Judo trains all year round, so it is an ideal club for e.g. graduate or dphil students.
For more detials on our club including memberships & training times please visit our club website:
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