The British Federation of Ju-Jitsu Butokukai (BFJJB) is member of:
- World Butokukai Institute (WBI)
- European Ju Jitsu Union (EJJU)
- Amateur Martial Association (AMAUK), which provides a comprehensive insurance policy.
In 1973, the Japanese Seibukan Academy recognizes the International Ju-Jitsu Federation (IJJF) as its world branch for Ju-Jitsu and the EJJU as its branch for Ju-Jitsu in Europe.
In 1984, the IJJF and the EJJU are recognized as members of UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) and of the International Council of the Science of Sports and Physical Education (ICSSPE). UNESCO and the ICSSPE recognize the IJJF as the world-leading organization for Ju-Jitsu.
In 1995, the Japanese Seibukan Academy, and its representatives for Ju-Jitsu (IJJF and EJJU), recognize grandmaster Grandmaster Stefano Surace as 10th dan Menkyo Kaiden in Ju-Jitsu.
In 2006, WBI recognizes the BFJJB.
In 2007, EJJU recognizes the BFJJB.