The Icelandic Karate Federation welcomes you to Reykjavik and the beautiful country of Iceland, the weekend of 12-14th of April.
The Championship will take place at the venue Laugardalshöllin on Saturday the 13th, where audience and media are more then welcome to join!
National delegations should be ready for registration and administrative duties on Friday.
On Sunday the 14th we will also offer a new exciting format as an additional trial competition – Kumite mixed teams. For Kata we invite you to a seminar with 2-times World Champion in Kata, Antonio Diaz from Venezuela.
More information can be found on Sportdata: https://www.sportdata.org/karate/set-online/veranstaltung_info_main.php?active_menu=calendar&vernr=7400
Delegations must register Sunday 31st of March latest.
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Welcome to Iceland!
Iceland is next up for hosting the NC. In 2024 we will have the pleasure of visiting Reykjavik once again, on the 13th of April. More news and information will follow.
Welcome to Sweden on 8th of April. Deadline for registration and payment of your representative team is on March 23rd, 2023. Please find latest information in 2nd Bulletin.
The 2023 edition of the Nordic Championship will take place in Gothenburg, 7-9 of April. Gothenburg is the second largest city, beuatifully situated on the west coast of Sweden with alot to offer. Come and join us!
First Bulletin for National Delegations:
Latvia welcomes you! The Latvian Karate Federation is now fully prepared to welcome the Nordic karate community to Riga. You can find all necessary information in the 2nd Bulletin. Good luck to all participants!
Welcome to Latvia 25th to 27th of November!
2022 edition of NC will take place in Riga as one of the major competitions of this year. We´re looking forward to once again gather all 8 member countries of the Nordic Karate Federation.
This years Nordic Championship will take place in Stavanger, Norway, on Saturday 27th of November. The 2020 edition that also was meant to have taken place in Norway, was cancelled due to the pandemic. This year the organization committee in Stavanger once again picks up the torch and aim to carry out the NC. The Championship is open to the 8 member countries of the Nordic Karate Federation, who are looking to celebrate Nordic karate once again in this, hopefully, post-Corona event. You will find the bulletin below. Welcome!
This years Nordic Championship will take place in Stavanger, Norway, on Saturday 28th of November.
The next Nordic Championships will take place in Kolding, Denmark, on the 23rd of November 2019.