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London Boxing is a regional organisation established in 2016 to support & unite all amateur boxing clubs located within the M25. We adhere to the rules of AIBA and our national governing body, England Boxing.
Considering the number of National Champions coming through London since our inception, I’m sure you will agree that we played an important role in allowing boxers to fulfil their potential. We are proud that London has been represented, alongside the clubs, in the recent worlds championships.
We have enabled London clubs to host numerous club and dinner shows; held Level 1 and Level 2 coaching courses to help the professional development of coaches, run First Aid and Child Protection courses, as well as hosted medical clinics to support the boxers.
England Boxing has a proud history dating back to 1880, making it one of the oldest sports governing bodies in the world.
The majority of the country’s best boxers have made their way up through the amateur ranks before going on to box in the Olympic Games and/or turning professional.
Among those have won the Amateur Boxing Association Championships (now England Boxing National Amateur Championships) at various weights, including Henry Cooper, Alan Minter, John Conteh, Charlie Magri, Herol Graham, Frank Bruno, Terry Marsh, Nicky Piper, Henry Akinwande and Nigel Benn.
Others to have won national titles are Spencer Oliver, Courtney Fry, Carl Froch, Kevin Mitchell, Tony Bellew, James DeGale, David Price, Frankie Gavin, Luke Campbell, Anthony Agogo, Tyson Fury, George Groves, Sunny Edwards and Anthony Joshua.
The future of England Boxing
England Boxing continues to strive for excellence across the board, from grass roots provision right up to England Talent level, where the squad won a record 38 medals in major competitions during 2018.
The growth of the sport in a safe, controlled environment, working to promote boxing clubs as hub of local communities, using boxing as a means to stay fit and active and creating champions of the future are just some of the long term priorities in the years to come.
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London Boxing will be holding a First Aid course on Sunday 23rd August 2020 at Islington Boxing Club between 9:30am-12:30pm. The cost of First Aid course is £50 per person. The course has been limited to 10 people only. Payment is by BACS only. Account information is below.
England Boxing has been saddened to hear of the passing of hugely-respected London boxing coach Colin Webster, a victim of the Coronavirus. https://www.englandboxing.org/news_articles/sad-passing-of-london-legend-webster/?fbclid=IwAR0lGJ6vDWlefwQjEQCFCIvEHp8TjxZoeGGQ8sHsScjiMZFtFyAuW111c20 A fantastic ambassador for the sport who will be sorely missed in London.