BAA ShopOrder BAA dogi badges in the BAA Online Shop
BAA Logo EmbroideryOrder custom BAA Logo embroidery on your new equipment direct from Nine Circles.
BAA NewsletterDownload the latest issue of the BAA Newsletter Shizentai here (PDF Format)
Purchase BAA photos
BAA Insurance PartnersAt Endsleigh , we are proud to be working with the British Aikido Association to provide insurance for it's members and coaches.
We are particularly proud to have sponsored the BAA World Championship team 2011.Latest Events and Information
Latest Events and Information
20th/21st September 2014 Genryukan Aikido, Dover is honoured to be hosting the 2014 South Of the River Aikido Seminar. We have a new venue this year in Hawkinge just outside Folkestone, with excellent modern facilities. Once again we have a … Continue reading →
You can now pay for your BAA Individual and Club Membership Renewal online here via paypal. Multiple renewals can be made by clicking “add to cart”, then once in your paypal basket click “continue shopping”, which will return you to … Continue reading →
High quality embroidered badge, 9cm in diameter. Using an iron, affix to the dogi at the left shoulder. 2013 offer price, £2.50 including postage.
We are very pleased to announce that our friends at Nine Circles are now offering to embroider the BAA logo on to your choice of dogi or other goods for only £5 (+ VAT). We are so impressed with the … Continue reading →
Please visit our page, listing the history of BAA achievements at International and World Championships to date.
This is available to download here (in PDF Format) For a number of years the British Aikido Association has been dissatisfied with the BAB, its organization, structure and speed and direction of development. The number of associations has risen to … Continue reading →
Kyōkai Nyūsu – Association News Each month the BAA will provide a quick overview of news and events. Please download Kyōkai Nyūsu here (PDF Format)
The BAA is pleased to announce the latest edition of its newsletter/journal Shizentai 4. In this issue we pay tribute to John Waite and Paul Wildish continues his look at Ohba Hideo. We have content from Eddy Wolput and from … Continue reading →