The inspirational setting of our martial arts dojo at the £35million Team Bath Sports Training Village is the hub of Team Bath’s judo activities.
Based on a traditional Japanese style, the dojo is and has been a training base for some of the world’s top judoka, including double Olympic medallist Kate Howey and Olympic silver-medallist Gemma Gibbons. Rio 2016 Olympian Ben Fletcher, sister and fellow Irish judoka Megan Fletcher and Mexico’s Prisca-Awiti-Alcaraz – pictured below – all competed at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
It is also used by student groups and for our Team Bath Tribe judo sessions for juniors, as well as by regional training squads and judoka on the DiSE [Diploma in Sporting Excellence] programme.
A great coaching programme
Team Bath’s judo offering includes outstanding facilities and coaching. We provide:
- A world-class judo dojo
- Top-class coaching for performance athletes and for children through Team Bath Tribe
- Use of other facilities, including the gym and hydrotherapy pool
- Renowned sports science and medicine support
- A leading university scholarship programme
Olympian Prisca Awiti-Alcaraz, who also studied Sports Performance at the University of Bath and was supported by a Santander Scholarship, explains why Team Bath remains her choice of training venue…
Head Judo Coach: Adam Hall
For our judo programme for children, see our Tot activities and Tribe activities pages.
The pay-and-play price for the dojo only applies to the Randori Judo sessions and on production of a valid Randori Membership Card.
British Judo Association members may use the dojo for free on presentation of their BJA card.
To book the dojo, please click here to email Sarah Stone or call her direct on 01225 383690.