International Muay Thai Championship events.

  • Below is a partial listing of organizations that compete in Muay Thai, several of these organizations have International Championship events, which other nations can compete for.  (Not all the organizations have forwarded their information for viewing). This section is still under construction, and as we receive updated information, it  will be added to this listing.

International Muay Thai Championship events


WORLD AMATEUR MUAY THAI ORGANIZATION


WORLD MUAY THAI FEDERATION (Professional)


WORLD MUAY THAI COUNCIL


EUROPEAN MUAY THAI UNION


United States of America

        The Millennium Cup U.S. International Championship

UNITED STATES MUAY THAI ASSOCIATION

THE 'MILLENNIUM' CUP

The Inter-Nations 'Millennium Cup' donated to the USMTA by the Quantum Inc. 1999, for the sole purpose of promoting goodwill between competing nations of the World and the United States of America in the sport of professional Muay Thai. The 'Millennium Cup' event is a team effort between the U. S. National team and an international team from

outside the USA . Both teams who compete will gather the points needed to produce the winners of the 'Millennium Cup'. The competition is designed for both teams to compete together in any of the 16   weight categories agreed upon by both countries.


       The Atlantis Cup U.S. International Championship

THE INTER-NATIONS THE 'ATLANTIS' CUP

The Inter-Nations 'Atlantis Cup' donated to the USMTA by the Claiger Corporation Inc. 1996, for the sole purpose of promoting goodwill between competing nations of Europe and the United States of America in the sport of Muay Thai. The Inter-Nations event is a team effort between the U. S. National team and an invitational team from a European nation. Both teams who compete will gather the points needed to produce the winning championship team. The competition is designed for both countries to compete together

in any of the 16   weight categories agreed upon by both countries. Each country will put forward their fighters who will be chosen to represent their national team, the records of each fighter must be up to date and each fighter should be licensed and registered with their own respective and recognized national association. The points gathered from each fighter are based on the 10 point system. Fighters will tally the points to give the final count for the event, and will be carried forward to the next competing team members. The final results will produce the winning team.


        The Petersburg Cup U.S. International Championship

THE RUSSIA SERIES: THE PETERSBURG CUP

The ‘Petersburg Cup' donated to the USMTA for the sole purpose of promoting goodwill between competing countries of the former Soviet Union and the United States of America in the sport of Muay Thai. The decision to promote the ‘Petersburg Cup' event was to promote the best of the America’s Amateur Muay Thai fighters and those of the Soviet States and countries to the United States and each other. The ‘Petersburg Cup' was originally devised as a twin City championship between Petersburg of Russia and of the Cities named 'Petersburg' within the United States, but as more eastern bloc and

former soviet nations became involved in the sport, it was accepted as the standard Amateur event between the Eastern and Western nations.  Each national team must forward a completed Team entry form with photo’s and fight records of all fighters. It must include the status of the team Managers, Coaches, Cornermen etc. The event is a national team effort and will not be classed as a single or individual competition. The final points complied by each fighter will determine who will become the winning National team and champions of the ‘Petersburg Cup' Championship.    The ‘Petersburg Cup' Championship series between: Belarus, Russia, Uzbekistan,Yugoslavia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Georgia, Hungary, Kazakistan, Kyrghyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Muldovia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Romania, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Tajikistan, Ukraine

The country or nation invited to compete, will be able to send their best Amateur competitors for the ‘Petersburg Cup' to compete in the championship. Each country will put forward their fighters who will be chosen to represent their national team. The records of each fighter must be up to date and each fighter should be licensed and registered with their own respective and recognized national association. The points gathered from each fighter are based on the 10 point system.


         The King's Cup Classic U.S. International Championship

THE NATIONS SERIES: Amateur "King's Cup Classic"

The format acceptable to the invited country for the 'King's Cup Classic ' event. The decision to promote the 'King's Cup Classic ' event is to expose the best of Worlds Amateur Muay Thai fighters to the United States. As host country of the 'King's Cup Classic' event. The event is by Invitation Only and one country at a time will be able to compete for the coveted 'King's Cup Classic' Championship between the U. S. National Team "Team Muay Thai-USA", and selected International teams.

The competition is designed for each country to compete against the best of the U. S. fighters in the 16 chosen weight categories of the competition. Each country will put forward a fighter chosen and agreed upon from the 16 weight divisions who will represent their national team, the records of each fighter must be up to date and each fighter should be licensed and registered with their own respective and recognized national association. 

Each national team must forward a completed Team entry form with photo's and fight records of all fighters. It must include the status of the team Managers, Coaches, Cornermen etc. The event is a national team effort and will not be classed as a single or individual competition. The final points complied by each fighter will determine who will become the winning National team and champions of the 'King's Cup Classic' .


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Argentina

ARGENTINE MUAY THAI ASSOCIATION


Australia

MUAY THAI BOXING PROMOTIONS


Bulgaria

BULGARIAN MUAY THAI ASSOCIATION


Belgium

BELGIUM MUAY THAI ASSOCIATION


Belarussia

BELARUS MUAY THAI


Brazil

BRAZIL MUAY THAI FEDERATION


Canada

CANADIAN MUAY THAI ASSOCIATION


Costa Rica

 


Chile

CHILE MUAY THAI BOXING ASSOCIATION


China

HONG KONG BOXING ASSOCIATION


Columbia

COLUMBIAN MUAY THAI ASSOCIATION


Czech Republic

CZECH MUAY THAI ASSOCIATION


Denmark


Dominican Republic

DOMINICAN MUAY THAI ASSOCIATION


Ecuador

ECUADOR MUAY THAI ASSOCIATION


Finland


France

FRENCH MUAY THAI FEDERATION


Great Britain

BRITISH THAI BOXING COUNCIL


Germany

GERMANY MUAY THAI ASSOCIATION


Greece

GREEK MUAY THAI ASSOCIATION


Hungary

HUNGARIAN MUAY THAI FEDERATION


Holland


Ireland

IRELAND THAI BOXING COUNCIL


Italy


Iran

MUAY THAI ASSOCIATION OF IRAN


India

INDIAN BOXING FEDERATION

Amateur Muay Thai Boxing Federation of India


Israel

ISRAEL MUAY THAI ASSOCIATION


Japan

MUAY THAI ASSOCIATION OF JAPAN


Kazakhistan

THE "ALGA" SPORT MUAY THAI  KICKBOXING


Latvia

LATVIAN MUAY THAI ASSOCIATION


Laos

LAOS  MUAY THAI  ASSOCIATION


Liberia


Moldovia


Mexico

MUAY THAI ASSOCIATION OF MEXICO


Morocco

ROYAL MOROCCAN THAI & BOXING FEDERATION


Mongolia

MONGOLIAN MUAY THAI ASSOCIATION


Myanmar

MYANMAR  MUAY  ASSOCIATION


Malaysia 

MUAY THAI  ASSOCIATION


Norway

MUAY THAI ASSOCIATION OF NORWAY


Netherlands

NETHERLANDS KICK BOXING BOND


Netherlands Antilles

ARUBAN  MUAY THAI   ASSOCIATION


CARIBBEAN  MUAY THAI   ASSOCIATION


CURACAO  MUAY THAI   ASSOCIATION


New Zealand

THAI BOXING FEDERATION


Philippines

AMATEUR THAI BOXING ASSOCIATION OF THE PHILIPPINES


AMATEUR MUAY THAI  ASSOCIATION OF THE PHILIPPINES


Poland

MUAY THAI ASSOCIATION OF POLAND


Portugal

PORTUGUESE MUAY THAI ASSOCIATION


Puerto Rico

PUERTO RICAN MUAY THAI ASSOCIATION


Romania

ROMANIAN MUAY THAI FEDERATION


Russia

RUSSIAN MUAY THAI FEDERATION


Spain

MUAY THAI ASSOCIATION OF SPAIN


South Africa

SOUTH AFRICAN MUAY THAI ASSOCIATION


Sweden

SWEDISH THAI BOXING ASSOCIATION


Syria

SYRIAN THAI BOXING ASSOCIATION


Thailand

AMATEUR MUAY THAI ASSOCIATION OF THAILAND

Prince's Cup of Thailand

Kings Cup of Thailand

Princesses Cup of Thailand

Queens Cup of Thailand


INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION MUAY ASSOCIATIONS


Ukraine

UKRAINE MUAY THAI LEAGUE


Uzbekistan

REPUBLIC OF UZBEKISTAN MUAY THAI FEDERATION


United Arab Emirates

UNITED ARAB EMIRATE MUAY THAI ASSOCIATION


Venezuela

MUAY THAI ASSOCIATION OF VENEZUELA


Vietnam

VIETNAM MUAY THAI  ASSOCIATION

 

  • If you belong to an Muay Thai or Thai Boxing organization etc., which does not have its National Muay Thai Championships listed here, or you wish to update your championship information, please forward your information to: Email: wmtic@usmta.com 


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