Training & Membership

We are open on a Monday and on a Thursday all year round.

*Excludes Bank Holidays and Christmas


Monday at The Freedom Centre

Christmas Opening times

Last session will be on Monday 17th Dec 2018
and we will return on Monday 7th Jan 2019

6:30pm til 7:45pm - Junior Beginners
6:30pm til 7:45pm - Intermediate
7:45pm til 9:30pm - Advanced Intermediate
and Senior/ Senior Beginners



The Freedom Centre,
Preston Road,
Hull, HU9 3QB


Thursday at The Boulevard Academy

Christmas Opening times

Last session will be on Thursday 13th Dec 2018
and we will return on Thursday 10th Jan 2019

6:15pm til 7:15pm - Junior Beginners
7:15pm til 8:15pm - Intermediate
8:15pm til 9:45pm - Advanced Intermediate
and Senior/ Senior Beginners


The Boulevard Academy (Off Airlie street),
Massey Close 
 HU3 3QT

Club Registration

All players taking part in sessions with Hull Judo Club are required to complete a club registration form.
This is separate from our Club Membership which is detailed below.

Player Membership Information Questionaire 2015

Judo codes of conduct v1.2 2015


Club Membership

Club membership

After 1 month 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:

Senior Membership £15
Junior Membership £10

Reduced mat fees

Junior £2.50 (£3.50 Non members)
Seniors £3.50 (£4.50 Non members)

  • Christmas party
  • Presentation evening
  • Inclusion for events arranged by the club

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