The EKF is set-up as a democratically elected body for English Karate to cover the whole spectrum of our martial art and to further develop an understanding administration that listens to the needs of all the many aspects of Karate from Sport to Traditional, from the youngest beginner to the most senior instructor. The EKF is recognised as the official governing body for English Karate by the British Karate Federation, European Karate Federation and the World Karate Federation. Read more about us »
Team GB announce competing sports for inaugural European Games in Baku
Team GB have announced the sports / disciplines and the qualification for BAKU visit the British Karate Federation website for the full news item.
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Karate into the Olympics 2020
‘The inclusion of Karate to the Olympics gives hopes and dreams to everybody in the karate world and also to the next generation.’
Looking forward to the Tokyo Olympics 2020, Japan Karatedo Federation, in coordination with the WKF, has been making every effort for the inclusion of Karate into the Olympics with the support of Nippon Budo-kan, Japan Budo Association, and the All-Party Parliamentary Group for the Promotion of the Tokyo Olympics 2020, which has been set up with more than 110 members from both Houses of Parliament.
Now we are in the middle of our signature-collecting campaign together with JKF & WKF members and all karate fans.
In order to publicise the overwhelming wave of passionate vocal support for Karate to the Olympics to the world, as well as in Japan, we would like to ask your full support for and cooperation with this online signature-collecting campaign.
Antonio Espinós , WKF President & Takashi Sasagawa, JKF President
- Online Signature-collecting Campaign for Karate into the Olympics 2020
- PLEASE DO NOT IGNORE THIS MESSAGE - Do you have clubs in the Lincolnshire and South Humberside regions? If so read on!!
- The EKF President Michael Billman and the EKF Board wish the Athletes and delegation much success at the 22nd Senior World Karate Championships in Bremen Germany
- Team GB announce competing sports for inaugural European Games in Baku
- Mick Billman (EKF President, BKF 1st Vice President) with IOC Vice President Sir Craig Reedie at the BKF International Open, held at the Emirates Arena, Glasgow.
Website updates 23rd November 2014
As the national governing body representing Karate groups in England, the Board of the EKF have been looking at ways to encourage new members to the EKF to enable them to obtain the benefits of affiliation.
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EKF CRB Service: Please note updated information regarding this service - read more here »
The EKF phone number for general enquiries between 10.00am and 5.00pm is 07717 454 669.
Our address is EKF Ltd, PO Box 4422, Hornchurch RM12 9FD.
Please note: Office closed 23 December re-opens Monday 5 January 2015.
Please note for information that cheques for payment must be made out to English Karate Federation Ltd and not EKF Ltd as the bank will no longer accept abbreviations on cheques.
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Is your EKF Licence Valid?
Members are reminded that to participate in any EKF event, they must have a current and valid EKF licence.
Due to some abusing the current system, anyone who is unable to produce their licence on request, will be barred from participating in any EKF event including squad training, competitions, referee course, etc.
If you have any doubts about the validity of your licence you are advised to check with your instructor or head of association. Licences are only valid for 12 months, and each carry a unique number.
Check that number, and be sure you are a member, so as not to be disappointed. NO LICENCE MEANS NO PARTICIPATION.
- WKF Kata & Kumite Competition Rules 2015 added
- Senior Kata squad selected for the Senior Europeans in March 2015 Turkey
- 2014-15 Kumite Squad Provisional Calendar
- Great participation expected for Bremen 2014
- Kata Open and 'A' Squad Training 16/11/14 Barking, Essex
- Junior Kumite Squad for European Championships Switzerland 2015