Combat Sports Authority
The Combat Sports Act 2013 (the Act) and the Combat Sports Regulation 2014 (the Regulation) provide the legislative framework that regulates the conduct of combat sport contests in NSW. The Act creates the Combat Sports Authority of NSW which is responsible for the regulation of all combat sport contests conducted in NSW.
The Objects of the Combat Sports Act 2013 are to:
- promote the health and safety of combat sport contestants,
- promote the integrity of combat sport contests,
- regulate combat sport contests on a harm minimisation basis,
- promote the development of the combat sport industry.
The Act sets out the requirements for registration of combatants, industry participants (matchmakers, managers, trainers, seconds, referees, judges and timekeepers) and promoters.
It outlines the conditions under which combatants can compete and events can be staged via the permit system for combat sport contests in NSW.
The Minister for Sport and Recreation, The Hon Stuart Ayres MP is the Minister responsible for the legislation.
Sport and Recreation provides administrative services to the Combat Sports Authority through the Combat Sport Unit.
What we do at the Combat Sports Authority
Combatants, industry participants and promoters must register. Find out how and the applicable fees.
Information about the medical requirements for Combatant registration, Certificate of Fitness, Serological Clearance Certificate, and the role of the Medical Practitioner at combat sports contests.
Find out which contests require a permit, the type of permit you need, the fees applicable and a whole lot more.
Factsheets, checklists and other websites to give you all the information you could possibly need.
Find out more about the Combat Sports Act 2013 (the Act), which regulates the conduct of combat sports and combat sports contests.
An improved Combat Sports Authority registration system will be launched on Monday 26 August 2019.