How To Watch The 2019 Pan Jiu-Jitsu IBJJF Championship

The 2019 Pan Jiu-Jitsu IBJJF Championship is one of the most important jiu-jitsu events of the year, bringing together world-class athletes of every belt color in a multi-day event that will help determine how the 2019 gi season plays out. 

Pans goes down from March 20th* to 24th, 2019 and you can watch every match LIVE or On Demand ONLY on FloGrappling. 

* The organization may schedule fights for March 20th, if the number of athletes registered exceeds capacity to fit the event in four days.

Watch 2019 IBJJF Pans LIVE on FloGrappling

Pans has long been one of the most important events on the calendar, second only to Worlds in terms of prestige and difficulty. The location of Irvine, California means we see many local teams come out in force, as well as top-level competitors flying in from around the world. 

Some of the best matches we've ever seen have taken place at Pans, such as Leandro Lo vs Keenan Cornelius, Joao Gabriel Rocha vs Lucas Lepri, Dante Leon vs Tommy Langaker, JT Torres vs Espen Mathiesen, Mahamed Aly vs Jared Dopp, Karen Antunes vs Bianca Basilio, Erberth Santos vs Matheus Diniz, Edwin Najmi vs Sinistro, Nicholas Meregali vs Otavio Nalati and many more. 

Two-time Pan champion Otavio Sousa in 2017. 

Black belts now require 40 points to enter. As one of the IBJJF "Grand Slam" events, Pans is a 4-star ranked event and can offer gold medal-winning black belts 108 points in the season ranking. 

Currently Lucas "Hulk" Barbosa is the no.1-ranked athlete in the IBJJF ranking with 1168 points, ahead of no2.-ranked Leandro Lo, who has 997.5. Hulk's Atos teammate Keenan Cornelius is at no.3 with 847. 

Important Dates 

Registration deadline Mar 11th, 2019

Schedule release date Mar 19th, 2019 

Brackets release date Mar 19th, 2019

Pre-schedule (Published February 2019)

Wednesday:

White Adult

White Masters 1 to 3

Blue Adult male

Thursday:

White Adult

White Masters 1 to 3

Blue Adult male and female

Purple Adult

Blue Master 1 to 7

Purple Master 1 to 7

Friday:

Blue Adult female

Purple Adult

Blue Master 1 to 7

Purple Master 1 to 7

Brown Master 1 to 7

Saturday:

White Juvenile

Blue Juvenile

Purple Juvenile

Brown Adult

Brown Master 1 to 7

Black Master 1 to 7

Black Adult

Sunday:

Brown Adult

Black Master 1 to 7

Black Adult

How to Watch

If you can’t make it out to Irvine, California for this crucial tournament you’ll be able to watch all of the unmissable action from the comfort of your own home or even on the go via a mobile device. 

Watch on your desktop 

Every mat will be streamed live on FloGrappling.com. Our player allows you to switch between all 12 mats, meaning you can search out the best divisions and best matches and watch them live. 

Every match is automatically recorded and uploaded to our archive, meaning you can go back and look for you favorite athletes or the most talked-about matches. 

Watch on mobile

By downloading the FloSports IOS app fans everywhere can watch live events, access breaking news and articles, and view highlights across the entire digital network of sports sites, including wrestling, MMA, basketball, football, track and more. 

You can even get notifications when key events are about to start, meaning you won't miss out on any of the action. 

Download the app here

Watch on the big screen 

The Flsports apps on Roku and Apple TV gives you direct access to live events as well as our premium documentaries and more. 

FloSports apps are free to download and include both free and premium content– subscribers can view live events on their TV screens from the comfort of their living room. 

When to watch

The 2019 Pan Jiu-Jitsu IBJJF Championship will take place in Irvine, California, and matches start every day at 9am local time. 

Los AngelesChicagoNew YorkLondonAbu DhabiTokyoSydney
Thu 9:00amThu 10:00amThu 11:00amThu 4:00pmThu 7:00pmFri 0:00Fri 2:00am


Mobile app users will get notifications when the event starts, and we'll announce the start of each day on our Facebook and Instagram pages. 

How to follow the action

The IBJJF publish all brackets and a live-updated running order for every mat. You can filter by division, gender and even search for specific athletes. We will post the link when published. 

Stay connected

Follow FloGrappling on:

Facebook 

Instagram

Twitter 

Follow IBJJF on: 

Facebook 

Instagram

Twitter

Click to watch the 2019 IBJJF Pans on FloGrappling

2019 IBJJF Worlds: Black Belt Female Divisions Overview

More competitors and bigger divisions means the 2019 IBJJF World Championships promises to be maybe the best year ever for women's jiu-jitsu. 

Unlock this article, live events, and more with a subscription!

Get Started

Already a subscriber? Log In

How To Watch The 2019 IBJJF World Jiu-Jitsu Championship

The 2019 IBJJF World Jiu-Jitsu Championship is THE most important jiu-jitsu event of the year, with the best jiu-jitsu competitors from all over the world coming together to see who is number one. 

KASAI Super Series Returns in July With Canuto vs Leon, Khera vs Cocco

KASAI has made two matches official for the Super Series show in Orlando FL which takes place at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort Hotel on July 4.

2019 IBJJF Worlds: Who's In, What's New/Different In Black Belt Divisions

As registration comes to a close and the last few names slide in, we take a look at who's in, what's new and what's different at the 2019 IBJJF World Championships.

Unlock this article, live events, and more with a subscription!

Get Started

Already a subscriber? Log In

F2W113 Recap: Kaynan Duarte Cruises To Win, Monteiro & Antunes Get Scrappy

If you want to take a workshop on controlling a fight just watch the main event of Fight 2 Win 113 in Reno. 

Why Nicholas Meregali Is Respected and Hated In Equal Measure

Somebody asked me a few days ago which were the biggest stories as we head into Worlds. 

Unlock this article, live events, and more with a subscription!

Get Started

Already a subscriber? Log In

Gabi Garcia To Make Submission-Only Debut On Biggest F2W Event To Date!

You won't believe how BIG this card is! Garcia makes her sub-only debut, plus Ffion Davies, Claudia do Val, Baret Yoshida, and many more! 

F2W 113: Kaynan Duarte vs Tanner Rice, Karen Antunes vs Amanda Monteiro

null

Fight 2 Win 113 comes to Reno, Nevada this Saturday, May 18 with a main event between FloGrappling no.2-ranked heavyweight Kaynan Duarte (Atos) and the no.7 super-heavyweight Tanner Rice (Rice Bros Jiu Jitsu), and a co-main event for the women’s flyweight title between reigning champion Karen Antunes (Checkmat) and Amanda Monteiro (GF Team).

It's Official: Keenan Cornelius vs Nicholas Meregali Superfight Will Happen

Keenan Cornelius and Nicholas Meregali will face off against one another as the main event for the stacked Third Coast Grappling event in June. 

Fight 2 Win 112 Recap: Arges & Diniz Tune Up For Worlds In Sub-Only Clash

Gabriel Arges defeated Matheus Diniz at F2W 112 in Fresno, a performance that earned the black belt Fight of the Night.