Are you a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu fan looking for some exciting tournaments to watch this weekend? Look no further! We’ve got you covered with a roundup of the best BJJ events happening across Europe on May 20-21.

Saturday May 20:

AJP Tour Lausanne International Jiu-Jitsu Championship 2023 – Gi & No-Gi

If you’re in Switzerland, head over to Salle Omnisports de Grand-Vennes in Lausanne to witness some high-level BJJ competition. This event features both Gi and No-Gi divisions.

AJP Lausanne Jiu-Jitsu Festival 2023

This is a kids-only tournament happening at the same venue as the Lausanne International Championship. If you have young BJJ enthusiasts in your family, this is the perfect event for them.

Let’s Roll Bonn

If you’re in Germany, don’t miss out on Let’s Roll Bonn. This submission-only event follows the EBI ruleset, which means competitors have a limited regulation time to score a submission. If no submission is scored, the match goes into overtime, and the first one to score a submission wins.

AJP Tour Spain National Jiu-Jitsu Championship 2023 – Gi & No-Gi

This event takes place in Alicante, Spain, and features high-level BJJ competition in both Gi and No-Gi divisions.


Hydra Submission Grappling

Experience the adrenaline of Hydra Submission Grappling, a team vs. team no-gi competition inspired by Quintet. Join us at Optimus Gym Artex Ave, Littlehampton, UK for an action-packed day of white belt battles.

Fit4Fight Open 8

Don’t miss Fit4Fight Open 8 at Fit4Fight Gym, Gothenburg, Sweden. This tournament follows ADCC weight classes and offers fantastic goodie bags for the winners. Mark your calendars for an intense day of BJJ action!

Sunday May 21:

Submission Fever 2023

Head over to Brussels, Belgium, to watch Submission Fever, a submission-only tournament where the only way to win is by submission or EBI overtime rules.

BZH Kid Cup

This kids-only tournament is happening in Brest, France, and is open to kids who practice Gi and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

Relentless Grappling Championship 6

If you’re in Ireland, make sure to visit Westmeath and check out this Gi and No-Gi round-robin competition.

AJP Tour Hungary National Jiu-Jitsu Championship 2023 – Gi & No-Gi

The last event of the weekend takes place in Budapest, Hungary, and features high-level BJJ competition in both Gi and No-Gi divisions.


Don’t miss out on these fantastic BJJ tournaments happening across Europe this weekend. Whether you’re a competitor or a spectator, these events promise to deliver some thrilling matches and showcase the best talent in the sport.