Performance reveals squad for Schools European Championships 2024

June 13, 2024 | by Chris Boyd


England Boxing is delighted to confirm the athletes who will represent their country at the EUBC Schools European Championships 2024 in Banja Luka, Bosnia between 1st and 11th August 2024.

The 14-strong squad is made up of seven boys and seven girls and represents an array of backgrounds and regions from across the country.

The selection was ratified in line with the England Performance selection policy, following a camp held at Tamworth Boxing Club on the first weekend of June.

The official team for the Championships:


Weight Name Club Region
U40kg Summer Grigg Second City BC Midlands
U42kg Teigan King High Fell Tyne, Tees & Wear
U46kg Lilly Green Karmand Centre Yorkshire
U48kg Anya New Sunderland East End Tyne, Tees & Wear
U51kg Delilah Lambert Laisterdyke Yorkshire
U54kg Letitia McKee Birkenhead Venture Merseyside & Cheshire
U57kg Francesca Goodman JCs Boxing Academy Merseyside & Cheshire
U60kg Gracie Rochester Billingham BA Tyne, Tees & Wear


Weight Name Club Region
U40kg Jayden Price Truth Boxing Club Western Counties
U42kg Azaan Hussain The Purge Yorkshire
U46kg Charlie Keet Heart of Portsmouth Southern Counties
U48kg Jimmy Baker Rainham London
U54kg Billy Long Longs ABC Eastern Counties
U57kg Billy Dean Smith Repton Boxing Club London
U60kg Sam Gray District Youth ABC Tyne, Tees & Wear

The squad will now meet at four preparation camps before flying out to the Balkans, as they aim to peak perfectly ahead of the competition.

The Three Lions will be led by Mick Maguire, with Jason Gledhill, Steve Bryant, Liam Alloway and Naadrah Hafeez joining him.

Teigan King, representing High Fell ABC, is selected for a second year in a row and hopes to better last year’s success: “I am honoured to have the opportunity to box for my country again. It shows me that the hard work and dedication is paying off, not just for me but for my family and coaches for all the time and effort they put into me.

“After losing in the final last year and getting a silver medal, I hope to do one better this year and hopefully get the gold.”

You can follow the squad’s progress via Facebook, Instagram and X (Twitter) or by searching #EnglandPerformance.