If you are wanting to start Judo go to the beginners page to find out more about joining us.
Harlow Judo Club Membership
Harlow Judo Clubs yearly membership fees are due 31st March.
HJC members benefit from:
- Reduced mat fees
- Free entry to the annual club championships and presentation
- Discount on club merchandise, judogis etc.
- Regular e-mail communication on club news and events
Please ask the Membership Secretary for your club membership form. It is important to complete ALL fields, particularly contact and medical
Players are also required to take out BJA membership.
Harlow Judo Club Mat Fees
The mat fees are worked out on an average attendance of 40 weeks per year, this allows for holiday and sickness. Club members are also given the opportunity to pay on a weekly basis during the month of August.
This system makes Harlow’s mat fees a very competitive £2.60 for a junior player attending 3 times per week.
Visitors are always welcome at Harlow, we are happy to give the first time visitor a free visit. We are also happy to give any organised club visit the same opportunity of a free practice.
If a club would like to visit then please phone the club secretary (Gill) to arrange the visit. Individual visitors are welcome to just arrive at the club.
British Judo Association Membership
Available as 1 year (new and renewal) and Pay as You Throw (4 month).
Click here for more information and to download the BJA membership application form:
No Licence, No Judo
Any person wishing to attend a BJA club is entitled to up to 4 lessons of "trial membership".
After which you will be required to take out membership with the BJA to maintain your individual insurance, and the opportunity to further your Judo training.
Anyone continuing to attend a BJA club after the 4 lesson "trial period", who does not hold a valid BJA licence will not be insured, and will be refused access to the mat.
If you are still unsure if you will enjoy Judo, you may wish to take advantage of the "pay as you throw licence" that runs for 4 months.
Alternatively a recreational licence will give you a years membership and entitles you to train, but you can not grade, nor compete on this licence.