Judo Pro League News


On Tuesday, the Judo Pro League resumes after a month's break, for what promises to be lively quarter-finals that will determine the four participants in the 2023 Final Four. Find out all you need to know about the matches over the next 2 weeks!

The dates

November 28, 7pm: Sainte Geneviève Sports Judo vs Dojo Nantais

November 29 at 7:30pm: AM Asnières Judo 92 vs Normandie Judo

All you need to know about the quarter-finals on November 28/29 

December 5, 7pm: ES Blanc-Mesnil Judo vs Auxerre Judo

December 6, 7pm: Corsica Judo vs Judo Nice Métropole

Where to watch the quarter-finals?

To support your team in person, reserve your seats!

Follow all the matches in full streaming on www.judoproleague.com or on Sport in Francethe sports movement channel!

More information

The statistical moment

#Domination : AM Asnières Judo 92 scored the most points during the elimination phases with 357, ahead of SGS Judo (356) despite playing two matches less!

Thierry Albisetti / France Judo

#Pion : Léa Fontaine (SGS Judo) and Rubens Colella (Dojo Nantais) were the only ones to win all their bouts by double ippon (minimum 3 bouts).

#MVPs : With 4 wins in as many matches, Mathilde Briant (ES Blanc-Mesnil Judo) and Guerman Andreev (Judo Nice Métropole) both played a vital role in their respective teams' qualification for the quarter-finals.

Thierry Albisetti / France Judo

Discover all the statistics for teams and judokas of the Judo Pro League in the Statistics tab.

The return of the champions

5 of the 14 2023 French champions, Quentin Joubert (SGS Judo, -81kg), Melkia Auchecorne (Normandie Judo, -63kg), Tieman Diaby (AM Asnières Judo 92, +100kg), Kevin Azéma (Dojo Nantais, -66kg) and Hugo Metifiot (Corsica Judo, -90kg), are still involved with their respective teams in the Judo Pro League 2023 and are likely to be on the mats to help their teammates reach the Final Four!

Stéphane Bonnet / France Judo