World Taekwondo Federation

World Taekwondo, called the World Taekwondo Federation until June 2017, is an international federation governing the sport of taekwondo and is a member of the Association of Summer Olympic International Federations.

World Karate Federation

The World Karate Federation is the largest international governing body of sport karate with 198 member countries. It was formed in 1990, is the only karate organization recognised by the International Olympic Committee and has more than ten million members.

World Association of Kickboxing Organizations

The World Association of Kickboxing Organizations is an international kickboxing organization counting over 120 affiliated countries representing all five continents. WAKO is a major governing body of amateur kickboxing and is responsible for the development of kickboxing worldwide.

World Federation Sporting Goods Industry

WFSGI was founded in 1978. It is a non-profit organization who represents the interest of the sporting goods industry. The WFSGI membership is unique in a way that it covers the entire supply chain, including manufactures, brands, retailers, federations and associations.

International Boxing Association: IBA

The International Boxing Association, previously known as the Association Internationale de Boxe Amateur, is an independent sport organization that sanctions amateur boxing matches and awards world and subordinate championships.

Judo Bond Nederland

Judo Bond Nederland (JBN) is the connecting driver for budo in the Netherlands. The athlete can enjoy aikido, jiu-jitsu and judo at his/her own level, in competition and sport forms that suit the wishes and needs. It helps people of all ages to achieve and remain in balance mentally and physically.

International Mixed Martial Arts Federation

The International Mixed Martial Arts Federation (IMMAF) was founded on 29 February 2012 as the international governing body for amateur Mixed Martial Arts (MMA). Registered as a non-profit organisation under Swedish law, IMMAF serves as a democratic hub for national MMA federations and supports the growth of regulation and sport safety globally by aiding countries in the formation of federations where none exist.

International Judo Federation

The International Judo Federation was founded in July 1951. The IJF was originally composed of judo federations from Europe plus Argentina. Countries from four continents were affiliated over the next ten years. Today the IJF has 200 National Federations on all continents.

International SAMBO Federation

International Federation of Amateur SAMBO (Fédération Internationale de SAMBO) is the world governing body for the sport of Sambo. The World Sambo Championships are the main championships in Sambo and Combat Sambo, organized by the Fédération Internationale de Sambo (FIAS).

European Judo Union

The EJU consists of 51 national Judo federations/associations, and is itself recognised by the IJF as one of five continental unions. The organisation of the administration of Judo is based on a pyramid system of regulations, with the IJF the world governing body, the EJU the European governing body, and national Judo associations the governing bodies at domestic level.

British Judo Association

The British Judo Association (BJA) is the governing body for the Olympic Sport of Judo in the United Kingdom. In 2019 there were 35,000 members. The BJA represents the United Kingdom internationally and is a member of the International Judo Federation, the European Judo Union, the Judo Confederation of the European Union, the British Olympic Association, the Central Council of Physical Recreation, and the Commonwealth Judo Association.