About Barnet Judo Club
Barnet Judo Club was founded by Bryan Marcus over 30 years ago, as a non profit making family and community-based club. The club is affiliated to the British Judo Council (which, itself, is an affiliate body of the British Judo Association). The BJC and BJA organise a considerable number of events throughout the year which our club members attend.
Coaching at the club is currently led by Simon Mazzullo, Marios Potamitis, Lukasz Klimek and John Burke, with other coaches assisting. You can find out more about our coaches on the Our Coaches page.
All our coaches have full up-to-date qualifications and maintain annual coaching registration with the BJC.
Barnet Judo Club has previously attracted and featured visits from several high profile Judoka (players), including Jane Bridge (8th Dan, 1st Womens u48Kg World Champion, 3 x Womens u48Kg European Champion), Alan Carlisle (5th Dan) and Nobuhisa Hagiwara (Kodokan 7th Dan).
Why Choose Judo
Judo is a Martial Art and sport that is fun, gets you fit, teaches you self defense, instills discipline, builds your self confidence and will reward you with progression through grades.
Dojo Address (Venue)
Parking is available to the rear of Lyonsdown Hall.
The nearest train station is New Barnet.
Lyonsdown Hall is serviced by multiple busses including the 107, 184, 307, 326, 383 and 626.
Fees and Membership
We accept cheque, card and bank transfer for payments.
The membership year starts and finishes at the end of September, so members joining part way through the year will pay a pro-rata fee for the months up to the following September, with a minimum charge of £30.
New Applicants (includes BJC License and insurance) £60
Renewals (includes BJC License and insurance) £48
Beginners / Prospective members £5/session
Primary/Juniors pay termly £55/term
Senior Members £5/session
Non-members and occasional visitors