The European Shotokan Karate-do Association was founded in 1986 in Ghent, Belgium at the request of the member countries of the former European Amateur Karate Federation. ESKA is a fully democratic, non-political organization formed to foster and develop traditional Shotokan competition around Europe. ESKA championships are held every year at the end of November or beginning of December.
Successful ESKA-Championships in Zurich 2014:
In the year 2014 the ESKA-Championship took place in Zurich, Switzerland. On behalf of the European Shotokan Karate-do Association (ESKA) it was a pleasure to come back to Switzerland after a very successful championship in Luzern 2006. 422 Athletes from 20 nations took part in this high leveled and well organized competition. So the ESKA, the local organizers all participating delegations and all guests witnessed a good quality of the performances both in Kata and Kumite and also a fantastic athmosphere at this championship.
In 2015 the ESKA-Championships will take place in Crawley / England.
Impressions of the ESKA- European Shotokan Karate-Do Championships 2014 in Zurich can be found here: