Adelaide University Judo Club

Adelaide University Judo Club

The Adelaide University Judo Club (AUJC) principal activity is the promotion of Kodokan style judo governed by its affiliation with Judo SA and the Judo Federation of Australia.

First 2x SESSIONS FREE for interested members!


To complete your AU Judo Club registration click the "Join or Renew" button.

Members of all abilities are invited to join AUJC which prides itself on being a friendly and supportive university club. Our coaches have the knowledge and experience to help you reach your full potential whether your goal is to increase your fitness, improve your confidence in a self-defense situation, challenge yourself in a competition setting, or just have some fun throwing your friends around.

If you are interested in giving judo a go, AUJC offers 2x FREE TRAINING SESSIONS for interested new members. To claim these FREE sessions just JOIN the Club, set up an Account, purchase the free AU Student Fee from the Store, if you are an AU Student, and come along to a training session.

On joining the club your committed coaching team will set you on a pathway to move up through the belt rank system and towards a world recognised black belt. While at training coaches consider player's capabilities and will efficiently guide you in all aspects of judo from the fundamental principals, to advanced techniques and strategies.

With so much on offer including new friendships, quality coaching and a great atmosphere (along with 2x FREE TRAINING SESSIONS), why not throw yourself into JUDO today?


We are looking for older adults to participate in a study examining the feasibility and effects of a judo‐based exercise program on balance, physical function and fear of falling in community‐dwelling older people.

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Women’s self-defence programs in Semester 2 Focus on self-protection, real world defence, mental preparation, situational awareness, weapons usage, and risks!

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Adelaide University Judo Club runs a 10-session introduction to this Olympic sport for children of all abilities.

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