The England Boxing National Amateur Championships (NACs) – formerly known as the Elite National Championships and ABA National Championships – is the oldest and most prestigious amateur boxing competition in the country.
Dating back to 1881, it boasts household names such as Henry Cooper, Frank Bruno, Nigel Benn, Ricky Hatton, Carl Froch, Tony Bellew, Tyson Fury, Anthony Joshua, Nicola Adams, Savannah Marshall and Stacey Copeland as former winners of a coveted national title belt.
This category is opened to male and female boxers aged between the ages of 18 and 40 in weight categories ranging from Under 49kg to Over 91kg (males) and Under 48kg to Under 81kg (females).
An entry form and details will appear on this page when the next NACs is approaching.
England Boxing National Amateur Championships 2022
Venues: Magna Science and Adventure Centre, Magna Way, Rotherham, S60 1FD (pre quarter-finals); University of East London’s SportsDock, 4-6 University Way, London, E16 2RD (quarter-finals and semi-finals); Manchester Central, Windmill Street, Manchester, M2 3GX (finals).
Dates: 2nd April (pre quarter-finals); 9th and 10th April (quarter-finals and semi-finals); 23rd April (finals).
Entry forms: Click here.
Weigh-in: Pre quarters, Rotherham – 9am to 11am. Quarters and semis, London – 8.30am to 10.30am (Saturday); 9am to 11am (Sunday). Finals, Manchester – 1oam to 12noon.
Start times: Pre quarters, Rotherham – 12noon start, 11am doors for spectators. Quarters and semis, London – 11.30am start, 10.30am doors for spectators (Saturday); 12noon start, 11am doors for spectators (Sunday). Finals, Manchester – 1pm.
Live Streaming: Click here for pre quarter-finals (Rotherham). Click here for quarter-finals (London) Saturday, Ring A. Click here for quarter-finals (London) Saturday Ring B. Click here for semi-finals (London) Sunday, Ring A. Click here for semi-finals (London) Sunday, Ring B. Click here for Finals Day (Manchester).