England Boxing Women’s Winter Box Cup 2021

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GB Three Nations 2021

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England Boxing statement regarding current Covid-19 situation

Following queries from a number of clubs, England Boxing can confirm that in accordance with current government advice and regulations, amateur boxing activity under its jurisdiction, including competitions and club shows, can continue as planned.

Boxing Abroad permitted from 4th October, subject to conditions

England Boxing can confirm that Boxing Abroad requests will now be accepted from 4th October 2021 – but only to box in countries that are not in the UK government’s Covid-19 Red category.
Box In Mind

10 ways to look after your mental health as lockdown eases

How to avoid feeling anxious or overwhelmed as lockdown is eased across England, including in boxing gyms.

Coronavirus Update: Step 4 guidance (from 19th July)

England Boxing can now issue the following guidance with regard to moving to Step 4 of the government’s easing of Coronavirus restrictions (from 19th July).

Coronavirus update: boxing restrictions set to end

The government Coronavirus restrictions relating to amateur boxing are set to end from Monday 19th July, England Boxing can confirm.

Coronavirus Update: Step 3 guidance (from 17th May)

England Boxing can now issue the following update with regard to moving to Step 3 of the government’s easing of Covid-19 restrictions (from 17th May) as it continues to follow its roadmap out of lockdown.

New dates for National Championships 2021 announced

New National Championships 2021 dates for all age groups can now be confirmed by England Boxing, subject to Covid-19 restrictions continuing to be eased as planned.

TASS support helping Toussaint and other talented boxers through Covid period

Like most sports, boxing has rolled with the punches during the pandemic. But when TASS identified an opportunity to support England Boxing, we were quick to step in, as Caroline Lievesley explains.