The UAEJJF Rankings are defined by United Arab Emirates Jiu-Jitsu Federation and divided by:

  • Event Level
    • World Pro
    • Grand Slam
    • Continental Pro
    • National Pro
    • International Pro
    • Regional
  • Gender
    • Boys and Girls
    • Male and Female
  • Age Group
  • Belt Divisions
  • Academy
    • National (UAE)
    • International (Worldwide)
  • Countries


Best of the Season (UAEJJF World Rank)

To be announced Soon *

* Prizes awarded according to the UAEJJF World Rank from May 1, 2017 to April 30, 2018.

Examples of how to count points:

  • 3rd Place 85 kilos Las Vegas International Pro 2017 (International) = 30 points
  • Event Participation in any Abu Dhabi Grand Slam = 8 points
  • 1st place 110 kilos Abu Dhabi Grand Slam, LONDON 2018 = 200 points
  • 2nd Place 77 kilos weight category in the Abu Dhabi World PRO 2018 = 320 points

Player scored in the season 2017-2018 = 558 points


These points are added together to create the UAEJJF World Rankings for Youth, Professionals and Masters.

At the end of the year, the male and female fighters at the top of the Rankings will become the Best of the Season Champions.



1. The UAEJJF Ranking is the mathematical method of ranking men and women on a calendar-year basis.

2. The UAEJJF Ranking is the objective merit-based method used for determining qualification for fighters' entries and seeding in all championships.

3. The UAEJJF Ranking are run approximately 60 times per year (only GI championships). *NO GI championships counts points for World NO GI Ranking.

4. Every fighter who has earned UAEJJF Ranking points in an eligible UAEJJF professional or regional championship during the entry ranking period is included in the UAEJJF Rankings.

5. Fighters may not change team academy during the season, due the Academy Ranking System.

The year-end UAEJJF Ranking is based on calculating, the total points for each player from: the one (1) Abu Dhabi World Professional Jiu-Jitsu Championship, five (5) Abu Dhabi Grand Slams Tour, six (6) Continental Pro Championships, thirty (30) National Pro Championships and thirty (30) International Pro Championships of the ranking period.


  • Fighters alone in a bracket will NOT have ranking points credited. Fighter will be moved for an upper divisions.
  • Divisions with 2 (two) players will run normally, Fighters won't be moved to next division.
  • Only fighters above the weight registered will be placed on next division.
  • Ranking points will not be transferred from one belt rank to the next one.
  • Raking points will not be transferred from one age division to another.
  • Ranking points from Regional and International Pro for open light and open heavy are not counted due excess of W.O. (Walk Over) competitors.