The Northern Ireland Judo Federation has a Sport NI Clubmark accredited scheme. All Judo clubs in Northern Ireland have the opportunity to attain Clubmark accreditation whether a junior club, a senior club or accommodating both junior and senior members.

To attain accreditation, a club will need to register online with Sport NI and provide evidence to satisfy the minimum operating standards outlined for the accreditation category they wish to achieve.  Documentation of evidence is then uploaded to the Online system and verification of evidence, including a club visit, will be carried out by an assigned Assessor from the Northern Ireland Judo Federation. The Club Workforce Officer can assist with any areas the club requires in relation to this process.

Following a successful assessment, Clubmark NI accreditation will be awarded for a period of three years.  Annual online health checks are required to maintain accreditation and re-accreditation is required to maintain beyond three years. If you are interested, please register your club at the following address; and contact us at

Click here to view a list of the current accredited clubs

All Club Roles can be found under the Volunteer section.

These are our current clubs that have achieved the Clubmark status

  • The Judo Academy
  • Konarakai Judo Club
  • County Antrim Judo Club
  • Spartan Judo Club
  • Wakai Si Kwai Judo Club
  • Omagh Judo Club
  • Team Tetsu
  • Coleraine Judo Club
  • Fintona Judo Club
  • Shori Judo Club
  • Northwest Judo Academy
  • Senshi Judo Club
  • Chikara Judo Club