Welcome to the WKC
World Karate Commission (WKC) is the governing body dedicated to promoting martial arts excellence and world class competition, organizers of the WKC World Championships.

About WKC World Championships

The WKC World Championships are an annual martial arts competition where competitors from all over the world assemble to test their skills against the best of the best in their particular discipline. Martial Arts disciplines include, speed fighting (point and continuous sparring), kata (forms), weapons etc and are divided by age and/or weight class as appropriate. To be eligible to attend the world championships competitors must be selected to represent their country by their respective National Team President by competing at either National Championships, training camps or a series of regional tournaments. This ensures the WKC World Championships are truly the best of the best.

WKC World championships are conducted in a safe, family friendly environment, professionally officiated and organized, where attendees compete at a World Class level and lifelong friendships are made.

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Aberdeen Kickboxing event to be biggest yet

The Aberdeen Open will take place at Aberdeen’s Exhibition and Conference Centre on Sunday, May 5 and is organised by Stonehaven-based charity, World Karate and Kickboxing Commission (WKC) Scotland. More

PanAm Championship Results

PanAm Championship Results

We wish to thank and congratulate all participants for their remarkable performances and hope everyone enjoyed our very first PanAmerican Championship held in Guatemala! Click here to download results. More

World Championship Results 2018

World Championship Results 2018

We would like to take the time to sincerely thank everyone who helped us make the 2017 World Championships a great experience for all…. More

Medical Record Form 2018

We have a medical form that maybe used by your Doctor to complete or they may provide a Doctor’s note stating you are in good health to compete at the World Championships. The form or Doctor’s note is required and must be submitted with your registration. More