NACs 2022: Spectator info (quarter-finals and semi-finals, London)

April 6, 2022 | by Matt Halfpenny


The England Boxing National Amateur Championships (NACs) 2022 heads for The University of East London’s SportsDock this weekend (Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th April) – and you can be there to watch it!

Some of the best female and male amateur boxers in the country will battle it out in the bid to claim a Finals Day place, with that showpiece occasion being held at Manchester Central on Saturday 23rd April.

Members of the public are welcome to attend, with the action starting at 11.30am (10.30am doors) on Saturday and 12noon (11am doors) on Sunday.

Tickets are available to purchase on the day only by cash or by card. Prices are £20 per adult, £10 per concession (over 65), £5 per child (six to 15-year-olds) and free for those five and under. Please note, no £50 notes will be accepted.

Please stay seated

Once in the arena, spectators are reminded that they must remain seated at all times and not stand up against the ring barriers.

Should spectators stand, boxing will be stopped and will not continue until everyone is sat down. Please adhere to this instruction, not just out of respect for others, but also for everyone’s health and safety.

Parking and filming

There is limited free parking at the venue, where the postcode is E16 2RD.

An England Boxing photographer and videographer, as well as live streaming, will be capturing footage on both days of the event that may include capturing images of spectators. By attending as a spectator, you agree this imagery can be used by England Boxing and other media outlets.

Follow on social media

You can follow the action on England Boxing’s Instagram, Facebook and TikTok, while lives results and videos will be posted on the England Boxing twitter page.

All coverage across social media will use the hashtag #EBNAC22

You can go to the England Boxing National Amateur Championships home page by clicking here.

Live streaming

For those who cannot make it to Rotherham, all bouts will be shown live on the England Boxing YouTube channel.

Further, specific, details will be released in due course.

Find out more

You can find out more details about the event by viewing the Key Info Circular by clicking here.