UPDATED ON 14/01/2024

HAITO Karate

1st juniors kata tournament

Spectators Registration Form


Family tickets are online exclusive and will not be sold at the venue. Post deadline (9th February), only single tickets will be available for purchase at the venue on the event day (Cash only).

Registration is Closed.

Spectators FAQ for kata tournament

Date: 10th of February 2024
Time: The tournament starts at 11:00 AM
Location: Hampton Library & Leisure Centre, Clayburn Rd, Peterborough PE7 8GL
Tickets: Online tickets can be purchased by the 9th of February NOON. After that tickets will be able to be purchased only at the venue.
Price: £5 each.
Family Discount: This can be bought ONLY online by the 9th of February NOON. No family discount tickets are available at the venue on the day.
Bracelets: Visitors will receive bracelets at the venue, mandatory to wear at all times. 
Spectator Limit: No limit on the number or age of spectators.
Behaviour Expectation: Spectators must remain respectful and reasonably quiet throughout the tournament.
Babies/Toddlers: Allowed but must stay respectful, avoid entering the competition area, and not disturb competitors; failure to comply may result in eviction without a refund.
Confirmation with Sensei: Competitors must confirm with their Sensei (instructor) before leaving to avoid missing the chance to do their Kata (as it might be done a few times) or award ceremony.
Anticipated Finish Time: The tournament is expected to finish by 4:00 PM.

Guidelines: Allowed but without disturbing competitors or spectators (no phone sounds, flashes, etc.).
Official Media: The photographer will take pictures and videos for HAITO Karate’s social media, advertising, etc.

Refund Policy: Competitors or visitors not showing up will not be issued a refund for tickets.

First Aid: First aid services will be available on-site for any medical emergencies.
Notification: Competitors with known medical conditions should inform the organizers in advance of necessary arrangements.

Age Groups: The tournament will have specific divisions based on age groups (5-6 years old, 7-8 years old, etc.).
Gender: In this tournament males and females compete in the same category.
Belt Grade (Kyu): All students should have at least 10th Kyu and the highest 6th Kyu to be able to compete in this tournament.

Real-time Display: Scores and results will be displayed in real-time for participants and spectators to follow.
Transparency: The scoring system will be transparent, with judges’ decisions explained if requested by competitors or coaches.

Criteria: Judges will evaluate performances based on predetermined criteria.
Overview: A comprehensive list of tournament rules and regulations will be provided to all competitors before the event.
Compliance: Competitors must adhere to the established rules throughout the tournament.
Code of Conduct: Respectful and sportsmanlike behaviour is expected; any misconduct may result in disqualification.
Dispute Resolution: Any disputes regarding judging decisions should be brought to the attention of the tournament organizers promptly and respectfully.
Attendance: All competitors are expected to attend the award ceremony to receive recognition and prizes.
Prizes: Details regarding prizes and awards will be announced during the ceremony.
Respectful Behaviour: Participants and spectators are expected to remain respectful during the award ceremony not depending on their results.
Applause: Applauding all competitors is encouraged, irrespective of outcomes, to foster a positive and supportive atmosphere.
Feedback Channels: Competitors and spectators are encouraged to provide constructive feedback on the event through designated channels (email, social media, phone).
Continuous Improvement: Feedback will be considered for future events to enhance the overall experience.
Hashtags And Tags: Please tag the HAITO Karate account on all posts and stories you share. Participants and attendees, please use the #HAITOKARATE event hashtag when posting on social media.
Community Engagement: Foster an online community by encouraging participants to share their experiences and connect through social media.