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Judo is an Olympic sport and Martial Art comprising throws, holds, strangles and arm locks. The aim is to use your opponent’s weight against them. We are a friendly, social club that encourages players of all skill levels from the elite to complete novices to train with us.

We are coached by Fitzroy Davies, 6th Dan, who previously coached Craig Fallon who was both an Olympian and World Champion at U60kg. His expertise both technically and competitively allows every player to reach their goals.

Annually the judo club encourages members to enter local and national competitions across the UK. There are plenty of opportunities for everyone to take part in competitions that we all travel to. For example, we have seen success competitively at BUCS with our experienced players medalling individually and at competitions for lower grades.


President: Amy Riddlesdell



Our Dojo is a purpose built facility within Sport & Fitness.


Our state-of-the-art gym is available for all your strength and conditioning needs.


Exact times will be confirmed by the club upon registration.


Compete in BUCS Judo Championships which allows for a range of levels to enter.

Membership Price

As part of signing up to a Sports Club you are agreeing to the Sport and Fitness Terms and Conditions, Privacy Policy, Sports Club Code of Conduct and other UB Sport policies. Click here to head to Sports Club Benefits to read them.

£132.50 main membership includes:

  • Maximum 27 weeks x 4.5hrs per week training
  • BUCS Individual Entry fee for competitive members
  • Maximum of 27 weeks x 3 hrs per week of qualified coaching
  • Sport related equipment provided

Extra – not compulsory

  • Club related social Activity
  • Individual club clothing purchased – varied on price

*This is an approximate list of what the club membership may include. This can change at any point, so please confirm with the club directly on what this membership includes.

Trials and Tasters


Wednesday 20 September – 4.30 pm – 6:00 pm – Dojo

Friday 22 September – 6.30 pm – 8.00 pm – Dojo