The British Ju-Jitsu Association was originally founded in 1956 by Soke James Blundell (22/12/21 to 13/11/89) and was later re-constituted in 1988. It included other affiliated Ju-Jitsu associations from around Great Britain. Together, these clubs and associations approached the British Sports Council (now the UK Sports Council) to establish a single Governing Body for the Martial Art of Ju-Jitsu in this country and as a result, since 1993, the BJJA became the British Ju-Jitsu Association Governing Body, or BJJAGB.

This Governing Body oversees all aspects of Ju-Jitsu in Great Britain such as, establishing codes of conduct, standard practises, competition formats and rules, arranging group insurance policies for clubs within the Association, and certification of teachers and competition referees as well as registration of new clubs.
The British Ju-Jitsu Association
The British Ju-Jitsu Association
The British Ju Jitsu Association GB National Governing Body has been offering instruction and training in Ju-Jitsu since 1960. Later to become a Mandated Governing Body by UK Sports Council and recognised by Sport England. Located in Accrington, Lancashire, the British Ju Jitsu Association National Governing Body has produced champions in life as well as in the martial arts
Later to become a Mandated Governing Body by UK Sports Council and recognised by Sport England. Located in Accrington, Lancashire, the British Ju Jitsu Association National Governing Body has produced champions in life as well as in the martial arts.
The British Ju Jitsu Association GB National Governing Body has been offering instruction and training in Ju-Jitsu since 1960.
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