Judo is an educative sport which can be practiced from the age of 4 Based on the traditions’ respect, judo offers a pedagogic and progressive approach by using the technical knowledge, the coordination of movements, the flexibility development and the respect of the moral values (refer to the moral code).


Beginning of the activity on wednsday 9th September 2019 at the dojo, at the sports center Richard Bozon.

Possible loans of kimono/judogi for the tests. 


President Delphine


Mail: judo.chamonix@gmail.com


Children from 4 years  and adults


Inserts to the forum and the sports center during class hours


Training Reinstatement: Tuesday, September 9, 2020


Number of members : 75


Christophe Gaudet ,  degreed teacher  (state certificate 2nddegree, ).





Children born in 2014/ 2013

4.30 p.m - 5.30

  4.45 p.m - 5.45

Children born in 2012- 2011

5.30 p.m - 6.30

5.45 p.m - 6.45

Children born in 2010

and before

6.30 p.m - 8.00

6.45p.m - 8.15

children born in 2016/2015

 11.00am-12.00(majestic chamonix )   

New : children  2016 /2011 : wednesday 9h/10h servoz ,

           vallorcine children Wednesday afternoon

          Adults :taiso Wednesday 20H/21H

RATES 2020/2021 (including membership, license, courts and insurance)*







2010 ......




+ 18 years old : 213,50€        4/5 years  :146,50 €.   taiso 146,50€(+22€ si +18 A)   Servoz:156,50€

Vallorcine:176,50 €

* -15 euros on the courts from the second person registrated in a same family (father, mother, child).

** Sportive passport (for 8 seasons) only compulsory from 2010and before, price FFJDA : 9 €


Documents required to the registration :

- A completed registration form.

- A medical certificate with the compulsory mention “no indication against the practice of judo competition” (even if your child doesn’t practice competition).

Functioning: it’s preferable that parents don’t come during the courts. The judokas must get around with taps, have their nails cut and have a gourd. They must respect basics rules of judo: punctuality, politeness, mutual respect, greetings… and be quiet in the dojo.