European Federation of

Last updated 29th March 2021

Further to the release of government guidelines with regards to the staged return to ‘normal’ training in the contact combat sport framework (Click on this link for full guidelines) the FEKM-UK will be operating as per ‘Phase 0’ which is defined as follows:

Phase 0: non-contact socially distanced activity

At phase 0, contact combat sports may resume non-contact training. This means that they should only train individually and there should be no activity with others, including with equipment (such as pad work). Clubs, providers and participants must adhere to legal gathering limits, social distancing guidelines and venue requirements, as set out in government guidelines.

The reason for this is that :

  • Krav Maga has no National Governing Body (NGB) in the UK
  • The has been no submission to Sport England by a representative Krav Maga group

So in terms of practical training, the guidance of the FEKM-UK for the clubs is the following:

  • Training can only be carried out outside
  • Numbers are only limited by the availably socially distant space
  • Non contact training only

This will be updated as and when more information is available.

If there are any questions, please contact me.


President FEKM-UK