• The Fort Worth Judo Club has proudly been a part of the Fort Worth community since 1956. We continue to grow by leaps and bounds with the support of our members and many helpful citizens of the greater Fort Worth area as well as the whole of Texas.
  • Juniors class meet Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays every week except holidays.
  • The Fort Worth Judo Club is a non-profit organization dedicated to the sport of Judo, making Judo available to anyone who is interested.
  • All of our instructors are highly trained, unpaid volunteers donating their time and skills.
  • 2014 Junior Olympics FWJC Medal Winners and Coaches
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Judo is many things...

It is a fun sport, an art, a discipline, a recreational or social activity, a fitness program, a means of self defense or combat, and a way of life.  It is all of these and more.

Kodokan Judo comes to us from the fighting system of feudal Japan.  Founded in 1882 by Dr. Jigoro Kano, judo is a refinement of the ancient martial art of Jujitsu.  Dr. Kano, President of the University of Education, Tokyo, studied these ancient forms and integrated what he considered to be the best of their techniques into what is now the modern sport of Judo.

Judo was introduced into the Olympic Games in 1964 and is practiced by millions of people throughout the world today.  People practice judo to excel in competition, to stay in shape, to develop self confidence, and for many other reasons.


Nikki Kubes - 2004 Athens Olympian

Nikki Kubes

Our own Nikki Kubes (2004 Olympian) and Brigette Kubes - "Play Like A Girl" Check it out!

Nikki Kubes began her Judo career at the Fort Worth Judo Club at the age of 7! With hard work and dedication, she represented the USA at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games.
She was one of the youngest members of the Judo team. She is still a big part of our club. Judo has prepared her for the challenges of life, as she juggles school, work and Judo training.

Read Nikki's Blog Here

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