British Open Championship 2020 POSTPONED
03 May 2020

The British Open Championship is an international martial arts event and WKU World Championship Qualifier that welcomes people of all ages and from any association. The event features a large selection of kickboxing and karate categories and divisions, and following the World Kickboxing and Karate Union rule set. 

Open to any style, any country, and any association.

Hosted and promoted by Del Sampson, World President of Points for the World Kickboxing and Karate Union.

  • Points Fighting
  • Light Contact
  • Full Contact
  • K1
  • Kick Light
  • Traditional Karate
  • Kata and Forms

Compete against other students to find the best in each category with categories suitable for advanced competitors.


Belts for all first place winners, medals for second and third place


Venue - Wolverhampton Racecourse
Date - Sunday 3rd May 2020
Registration for U18s at 9am
Registration for Seniors at 12 noon


Online pre-registration will open 31/01/2020
Early bird pre-entry £20 until 3rd April 2020
Registration will close on 2nd May 2019

The British Open 2020 is a pre-registration only championship 

For more information get in touch, contact us online, send us a Facebook message, or use the following number to chat or WhatsApp 07836 555394 or email

British Open Championship 2020 POSTPONED
03 May 2020

Wolverhampton Racecourse
Dunstall Park
West Midlands

A truly unique and multipurpose venue in the heart of the Midlands, Wolverhampton Racecourse is one of Britains busiest racecourses and features 1500 free car parking spaces, 1400sq ft of indoor event space, 22 acres of parkland, an onsite hotel with restaurant and bar, plus a great city location that is in easy reach of motorways and train stations.

Visit the Wolverhampton Racecourse website at

British Open Championship 2020 POSTPONED
03 May 2020

See registration page for details