Covid 19 Update

Northern Ireland Judo Federation COVID-19 update following recent Northern Ireland Executive announcement. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to be an extremely difficult situation in Northern Ireland and we are all aware the effects of the virus will continue to be felt in our lives for a long time to come. We must all work together to…

Fantastic Benefits for Federation Members!

NIJF MEMBERS! THIS IS BIG NEWS! We have joined forces with Howdens, to offer great savings on lots of major high street brands for all valid NIJF members! Sign up NOW! Simply email commercial.manager@nijudo.com with your membership number and name, and once validated, we’ll send you the information you need to get started! Big brand…

Sport NI introduces a well-being Hub

The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic is the biggest health crisis for generations. The pandemic has increased the mental health risks for our society. Before the crisis hit mental illness was already the single largest cause of ill health and disability in Northern Ireland with around 1 in 5 adults and around 45,000 of children suffering from…

The NIJF re-brand for the future

We are proud to launch our BRAND NEW NIJF logo! Moving forward…   Judo is constantly developing and we’re always looking for ways to move ahead and engage with people in a forward and modern way. So, as part of its ongoing organisational strategy, the Northern Ireland Judo Federation has refreshed and updated its corporate…

Further Cancellations

V.I. Adaptive Training Unfortunately the V.I. training session set to take place in April with Russell Brown has been cancelled.   Omagh Open ‘Due to the ongoing situation regarding Coronavirus, Omagh Judo Club Committee regretfully announce that the competition scheduled for 10th May has now been cancelled.’  

“Wow what can I say, thoroughly loved the weekend!” “Congratulations on a fantastic event on Sunday” – The Fighting Films Northern Ireland Adaptive Open and Minors Closed is hailed as a great success!

Last Sunday 16th February, history was made when a great entry of 40 adaptive players across Ireland and the UK took to the mats of the Foyle Arena, Londonderry/Derry at the first ever Northern Ireland Judo Adaptive Open. In what was a first for the Province, the event was hailed as “fantastic” by parents and…