Judo Pro League News


The group phase of the 2nd edition of the Judo Pro League is drawing to a close, with some eagerly-awaited encounters and decisive stakes. This Tuesday, six teams will face off in the final day of the group phase.

In Pool A, US Orléans Judo Loiret travels to the Paris region to take on SGS Judo. Although the match has no impact on the standings, with Orléans already eliminated and SGS Judo assured of first place, both opponents will be keen to end the group phase on a high note.

The Dojo Nantais will host the Dojo Béglais in pool B. With both teams neck-and-neck, the stakes are high: second place, synonymous with qualification for the quarter-finals.

Nice Judo Métropole and ES Blanc Mesnil, both of whom have qualified for the quarter-finals, will be waging an intense battle for top spot in Pool C. Beaten in the first leg, the team from the Paris region will be keen to respond and finish top of the group.

The final round of group matches sees Judo des Hauts-de-France host Normandie Judo in Verquin, while OM Judo look to secure their ticket to the next stage of the competition in Auxerre.