Welcome to Atherstone Karate Club

First Lesson Free

We are a non-profit, friendly, family oriented and supportive Martial Arts Club and welcome students of all ages from 5 years upwards of any grade, style, ability or fitness level to pop along to watch or join in.

We provide a blend of both traditional Martial Arts and modern day training methods that incorporate realistic self-protection techniques, fitness training and traditional disciple to help make each class interesting, inspiring, safe and fun.

We are an all-inclusive club and do not discriminate between disability, gender, religion or race.

Free first lesson
No monthly contracts

We operate a ‘pay as you go’ system where there are no direct debits or standing orders and no pressure! this gives our parents and students great flexibility when it comes to attending classes. If for any reason you or your child are unable to make the lesson i.e due to sickness, away on holiday or just can’t make it one week you have the reassurance that you are not losing your money. All lessons cost only £5

All our classes are pay as you go!!

If you have any questions that we have not answered please feel free to contact us and we will get back to you as soon as we can.


Safeguarding Code in Martial Arts
Martial Artists Against Bullying
Shukokai Karate Association

Classes held at

Tuesday  pm – 8:30pm
Mancetter Memorial Hall
Old Farm Road
(Currently not accepting new students at this class)

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Sunday 10am – 11:30am
Kingsbury Leisure Centre
Kingsbury High School
Tamworth Road
B78 2LF
(Currently not accepting new students at this class)

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All instructors are:

  • Fully insured and qualified
  • Enhanced DBS checked
  • First Aid certified
  • Child Safeguarding trained
  • Registered Black Belts

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Upcoming events:

  • Sun




Brilliant club and truly for everyone! I would recommend anyone who wants to have a go at a martial art to try karate at Atherstone karate club.

This is a mixed class and there is plenty of variety in the lessons to keep the kids interested.

— Joanne Herbert