About Us

The Army Martial Arts Association supports Regular and Reserve martial arts practitioners within the Army across the recognised martial art disciplines. It provides opportunities to compete at both Army and UK Armed Forces level and encourages our elite athletes to gain success at National and International levels. We also actively encourage participation at grass roots level and provide opportunities for all personnel to take part.

To find out more about what each discipline can offer you, please click on the buttons below.



Kendo Course and Championship AI 2022

The AI for the upcoming Kendo Course and Championship in Aldershot on 21-26 Feb 2022 can now be found on Defence Connect using the link below.

Kendo Course and Champs AI 2022

BFBS Interview 

CLICK HERE to listen to AMAA Secretary Dave Campey speaking with Richard Wyeth from BFBS about the upcoming Taekwondo event and what disciplines make up Army Martial Arts.


Links to NGB websites for the latest advice regarding COVID 19 and remote training can be found below.

Kendo – http://www.britishkendoassociation.com/

Taekwondo – https://www.britishtaekwondo.org.uk/news/

Karate – https://www.wukf-karate.org

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu – http://www.bjjagb.com/news/bjjagb-events-latest-covid-19-guidance/


All Admin Instructions will now be published to the Army Martial Arts Group on Defence Connect.

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Latest News and Events

9 November 2021Capt Stuart Wordingham has won Silver at the UK Open

Capt Stuart Wordingham has won Silver at the [...]

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  • President – Brig Eldon Millar
  • Chair – Lt Col Ollie Major
  • Vice Chair – Maj Karen Owen
  • Secretary – Lt Col Dave Campey MBE
  • Administration Officer – Mrs Gemma Peters
  • BJJ – Lt Col Shamus Kelly
  • Karate – Cpl David Johnston
  • Kendo – Maj Chris Jones
  • ITF Taekwondo – Capt Stuart Wordingham
  • WT Taekwondo – Maj Stephen Gibson
  • Weapons Forms – Capt Ash Clews-Jones
  • Reserves Representative – Capt Tom Ludlow