The Black Belt Lions

ITF-Belgium has the objective to build a strong national team, with its own identity. Therefore we have found a new name for the national team, a name as strong as the willing to perform abroad.
Now has come the time to unveil it officially, the new name of the national team is:

The Black Belt Lions

This is a strong meaning name; the Lion was selected, as it is one of the Belgian most important symbols that represent among others the unity of our country, a symbol of courage, power, strength and independence!
Also, the Lion because it’s also the king of the jungle, a symbol of wisdom, living in a group, supporting each other, a true example to follow and an inspiration for the younger members.
Black belts in order to have the meaning of who is part of this team and it has one of the colours of our flag.

This is a work from different committees of the federation but at the end, it is you and your students who can make this team as strong as you want it to be! It starts from the members of the federation, there will be squad trainings as from September, motivate your students.

As you’ve also noticed, the national coaches team, has also a new e-mail adress. Don’t hesitate to contact them for any question about the national team on

PR Committee ITF-Belgium

European Week of Sports 2019

September 23rd-29th


For the European Week of Sports some European ITF Taekwon-Do schools/clubs are launching -at the same moment- a movie about girls and women in Taekwon-Do: Ge-Baek (Lokeren, Belgium), Ssung Zsang (Groningen, The Netherlands), Total Taekwon-Do (London, England) & Taekwon-Do Tigers (Tampere, Finland). With this movie the clubs want to focus on gender equality, showing the importance of having female practitioners in Taekwon-Do by putting them into the spotlights for a moment.