Welcome to Oxford Judo, home of Oxford University and Oxford City Judo Clubs

Both clubs have long independent histories, but since 2006 we have been a federation under a single name and logo, using the Oxford University sports facilities. This offers an outstanding opportunity for members of both the University and the wider Oxford community to train and compete together and to develop their judo skills to an ever-higher level.

We currently have around 50 regular members from the Oxford area but always welcome experienced judo players from within and outside the University. Our dedicated dojo is at the Oxford University Sports Complex off Jackdaw Lane and Iffley Road.

Judo is an excellent way to improve fitness, strength, agility, and confidence, and at Oxford Judo we combine our enjoyment for training and competition with a strong social core. Beginners’ classes usually take place at the beginning of Michaelmas Term.

We look forward to seeing you on the mat!


Membership fees are kept low so they're affordable for both students and Oxford residents.

For a bargain price you can attend up to 5 sessions per week during Oxford University term time and 3 sessions out of term.
You can follow the club's updates, including competition successes and events, on our News Page and in our Photos.

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We have regular training session at our dedicated dojo at the Oxford University Sports Complex off Jackdaw Lane and Iffley Road.

We welcome all experienced players at the club.

Check out the schedule of training.
We regret that we do not have classes for children at the moment, although local alternatives are available.