As a full member of the AFBJJ (Australian Federation of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu) and the IFBJJ (International), Infinity enters all local, state, national and international martial arts competitions. We are a leading team in our region and we encourage any student interested in competing. This is not a requirement, and only students that wish to take their training to the next level enter competitions, so there isn’t any pressure.

There are divisions for all ages from 4-years up. Most kids start to compete around 7 or 8 years of age, but as the sport matures more and more younger kids are getting in and giving it a go, which is great to see!

The Infinity BJJ Competition Team enters all major national tournaments as well as various local ones.

NOTE: It is your responsibility to keep yourself informed of the schedules and register yourself for the competitions.

The following websites will help to keep you up to date with the upcoming competitions.

For more information on these organisations head to our Affiliations page.


IBJJF (International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation) 

The IBJJF is the organisation that holds the two most prestigious tournaments each year – the Pan-Americans and the Worlds (Mundials)

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AFBJJ (The Australian Federation of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu)

The AFBJJ is the organisation that holds the most prestigious tournaments in Australia each year. The major one being the Pan-Pacific BJJ Championships, followed closely by the Australian Champions Cup and the relative state championships


QBJJC (Queensland Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Circuit)

The QBJJC hold’s local events regularly throughout the year. These are a great place to get your first taste of competition BJJ

UAEJJF (UAE Jiu-Jitsu Federation)

The UAE Jiu-Jitsu federation promotes Jiu-Jitsu tournaments around the world. UAEJJF aims to create a stronger generation that knows how to defend themselves..