England Boxing National Amateur Championships 2019 – BBC and YouTube live streaming details

April 4, 2019 | by Matt Halfpenny


Want to keep in touch with this weekend’s England Boxing National Amateur Championships 2019 quarter-finals (Saturday 6th April) and semi-finals (Sunday 7th April), but can’t make it to Nottingham? Then follow all the action live on the BBC and our YouTube Channel.

More than 100 bouts will take place across the two days at the Harvey Hadden Sports Village as the country’s best amateur boxers battle it out across 20 weight divisions. Please note that Friday’s pre quarter-finals are not being streamed.

The action will take place across two rings so you can find out who will be boxing in what ring and in what order in the semi-finals via the bout list.

The BBC’s coverage will focus on one ring at a time only and the decision as to which bouts they feature will be made by them.

Commentary on their stream will be provided by Ronald McIntosh and Richie Woodhall.

You can access the BBC streams here:

Saturday (from 1pm) –

Sunday (from 12noon) –


If you wish to choose which ring to view at any given time, or are watching from overseas, you can do so by watching coverage on the England Boxing YouTube channel:

Saturday Ring A (from 1pm):

Saturday Ring B (from 1pm):

Sunday Ring A (from 12noon):

Sunday Ring B (from 12noon):


England Boxing will also be reporting results live on Twitter and offering additional coverage on Instagram and Facebook. Use the hashtag #EBNAC19 to keep in touch.

Find out more about the Championships in the key info circular.


Tickets to spectate at Harvey Hadden are available on the day for all three days (doors 12noon on Friday and Saturday and 11am on Sunday), priced £20 adults, £10 concessions (65+) and £5 children (6 to 15-year-olds). Under 5s are free.

Tickets prices for Finals Day at Manchester Central (1pm doors) are £25 adults, £15 concessions (65+) and £10 children (6 to 15-year-olds), while Under 5s are free.