Welcome to the Pakistan Judo Federation

Pakistan Judo Federation (PJF) is the national governing body to develop and promote the game of Judo in the Country. Judo is the oldest game which is being played among 196 countries of the world. All 196 Countries are regular Member of the International Judo Federation (IJF). Pakistan is also Member of the  Judo Union of Asia (JUA).

In the beginning, Judo and Karate games were being played together under the supervision of "Pakistan Judo Karate Board". In 1988, Judo was separated from Karate. Now, Judo activities are being undertaken by the "Pakistan Judo Federation (PJF)". The first Secretary General of PJF was Mr. Leuk Andrandes.



  • 10th South Asian Games held from 18th to 28th August 2006 in Colombo, Sri Lanka. The Federation won 11 medals, (one Gold, four Silver and six Bronze medals).
  • The Federation secured 3rd position in the 8th Islamic Azad University International Judo Championship, held from 9th to 11th March 2009 in Iran. Sixteen teams from twelve countries participated.
  • 11th South Asian Games, held from 29th January to 9th February 2010 in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Pakistan Judo team has made a Historical Victory by winning 3 Gold, 3 Silver and 1 Bronze Medals. In the result, Pakistan got 80 points same as India, which was a great achievement of the Judo team.
  • 2010 JIKJI Cup International Judo Tournament held from 10th to 11th July 2010 at Cheongju, Korea. 164 competitors from 25 different countries participated. The Federation won one Bronze medal. After the South Asians occasions, it is first ever medal won by the Federation in the last two decade history of Pakistan Judo.
  • World Judo Championships 2010 held from 9th to 13th September 2010 in Tokyo, Japan. The Federation very first time participated in this event.
  • 9th South Asian Judo Championship 2011, 9th to 14th May 2011 in Islamabad. The federation has the honour to host the South Asian Judo Championship at Islamabad. In this marvelous event, six South Asian Countries including Pakistan participated. 84 players participated in the championship. Pakistan obtained 2nd Position with 2 Gold, 4 Silver and 5 Bronze medals.