Asian Karate Championships

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Asian Karatedo Championships
AbbreviationAKF Championships
Location
Region served
Asian Continental countries/regions
Membership
40 Affiliated Countries
Official language
English is the official language. If any question in respect to the sport or technique of karate, it will be referred to the original Japanese text.
Websitehttp://asiankaratefederation.net

The Asian Karatedo Championships are the highest level of competition for sport karate in Asia. The competition is held in a different country every two years organized by the Asian Karatedo Federation (AKF) under the supervision of World Karate Federation (WKF), the largest international governing body of sport karate with over 180 member countries. It is the only karate organization recognised by the International Olympic Committee and has more than fifty million members. The AKF organizes the Junior and Senior Asian Karatedo Championships in every two years in between the Olympic and Asian Games and participates in WKF World Karate Championships which its member Japan play as a powerhouse country when it comes to sport karate vying for world titles with counterpart opponents from the powerful nations such as France, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Spain and Italy in many world championships.

AKF Country Member's Federations[edit]

Asian Senior Karate Championships[edit]

Year Edition Date City and host country
1993 1 23–24 November Taiwan Taipei, Taiwan
1995 2 18–24 September Philippines Manila, Philippines
1997 3 3–9 November Macau Macau
1999 4 1–2 December Singapore Singapore
2001 5 2–4 November Malaysia Genting Highlands, Malaysia
2004 6 6–8 February Taiwan Taoyuan, Taiwan
2005 7 19–22 May Macau Macau
2007 8 24–26 August Malaysia Seremban, Malaysia
2009 9 25–27 September China Foshan, China
2011 10 21–24 July China Quanzhou, China
2012 11 14–17 July Uzbekistan Tashkent, Uzbekistan
2013 12 5–7 December United Arab Emirates Dubai, United Arab Emirates
2015 13 4–6 September Japan Yokohama, Japan
2017 14 15–17 July Kazakhstan Astana, Kazakhstan
2018 15 13–15 July Jordan Amman, Jordan
2019 16 19–21 July Uzbekistan Tashkent, Uzbekistan
2021 17 19–22 December Kazakhstan Almaty, Kazakhstan

Asian Cadet, Junior and U-21yrs Karate Championships[edit]

Year Edition Month City and host country
1992 1 AUKO September Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
1994 2 AUKO September Vietnam Hanoi, Vietnam
1996 3 AUKO September Taiwan Taichung, Taiwan
1998 4 AUKO November Macau Macau
2000 5 AKF August Macau Macau
2002 6 AKF September Japan Tokyo, Japan
2005 7 AKF November Macau Macau
2006 8 AKF October Singapore Singapore, Singapore
2008 9 AKF September Malaysia Sabah, Malaysia
2010 10 AKF August Hong Kong Hong Kong, Hong Kong China
2011 11 AKF July China Quanzhou, China
2012 12 AKF July Uzbekistan Tashkent, Uzbekistan
2013 13 AKF December United Arab Emirates Dubai, United Arab Emirates
2015 14 AKF August Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
2016 15 AKF November Indonesia Makassar, Indonesia
2017 16 AKF July Kazakhstan Astana, Kazakhstan
2018 17 AKF May Japan Okinawa, Japan
2019 18 AKF April Malaysia Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia
2021 19 AKF 19–22 December Kazakhstan Almaty, Kazakhstan

Related Major Karate Championships in Asia[edit]

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