Build Confidence, Fitness and Speed

Wirral Shotokan offers you a better version of yourself, whether you train to lose weight, build stamina, improve speed or skills. You can be assured that, with dedication and hard work, Wirral Shotokan can deliver.

Gradings are every 3-6 months and are held under British Karate rules.

All club members offer advice and assistance if you need it.

All of our instructors are qualified by the British Martial Arts Association.

Wirral Shotokan Karate Training

Elbow against a Street Attacker - Wirral Shotokan

Wirral Shotokan Karate Club are looking for new members to join our beginner’s classes. The club has been established for over 50 years and provides vast experience in all aspects of Karate.

The club will help improve your general fitness, teach you basic Shotokan techniques and etiquette. The classes include a variety of techniques to build on including punching, kicking, knees, elbows, throws, strangles and submissions. For the more traditional participant our teachers will help you work on good basic form and Kata.

Three aspects of Shotokan Karate, Kihon, Kata and Kumite. Don't worry if you’re not fit, we take that into account all ages and abilities. Men, women and children aged 8 and over are welcome. Chief Instructor Sensei Frankie Cope son of the founder of BMAA the late sensei Frank Cope 7th dan


Class Timetable

Our dojo locations and times

Bebington High School Dojo

Situated on Higher Bebington Road, the Bebington High Dojo holds classes on Tuesday and Thursday Nights at 7pm.

New Ferry Hall Dojo

Situated in the heart of New ferry, the village hall holds our Friday Night Class at

Windsor Close Community centre

37 Windsor Close Bebington Wirral CH62 5BX

Opposite St Johns church on the corner of Bebington Road.Wednesday night 7.00pm to 8.00pm. Sunday morning 10.00am to 11.00am.