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Regular training in the dojo is most important for learning martial arts and self-defense. Additionally, events such as seminars and tournaments provide martial artists with the opportunity to get together and exchange ideas. You learn and pass on knowledge, compare skills and have fun together. Here you will find martial arts dates with respect to Escrima, Kali and Arnis as well as other systems of self-defense in Germany.

Fighter's Schedule

Due to the Covid-19 epidemic we don't publish event dates at the moment.

The German Sports Confederation (DOSB) and the regional sports federations recommend to their member clubs "the complete cessation of competition and training operations from now until further notice". Events and other activities should be cancelled, the DOSB recommends.

The German federal government agency Robert Koch Institute (RKI) also strongly advises against hosting sporting events with close physical contact in the coming weeks.

 

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Martial Arts Events

Regular training in the dojo is most important for learning martial arts and self-defense. Additionally, events such as seminars and tournaments provide martial artists with the opportunity to get together and exchange ideas. You learn and pass on knowledge, compare skills and have fun together. Here you will find martial arts dates with respect to Escrima, Kali and Arnis as well as other systems of self-defense in Germany.

Fighter's Schedule

Due to the Covid-19 epidemic we don't publish event dates at the moment.

The German Sports Confederation (DOSB) and the regional sports federations recommend to their member clubs "the complete cessation of competition and training operations from now until further notice". Events and other activities should be cancelled, the DOSB recommends.

The German federal government agency Robert Koch Institute (RKI) also strongly advises against hosting sporting events with close physical contact in the coming weeks.