A fantastic opportunity for Individual members of affiliated boxing clubs, to participate in the renowned Clubs for Young People boxing championships, where many British Champions first started their careers. This event is in partnership with the Amateur Boxing Association, whom provides all the officials. All participants are to be registered with the ABA.

One of the main things I liked about boxing as a sport is that no one seems to have an attitude that they are better than anyone else…every time I go to the club I walk away with something new under my belt."
J Saunders – Farnham Warriers

How many sessions:

Six sessions in total and will depend on the participants development.

Surrey, South East, Anglia v South East, Quarter Finals, Semi Finals and Finals.


Entrance fee of £10 per person


Develop playing and participation skills.

Participation certificates

Opportunities for participants to develop within their chosen sport or activity.

Training to further develop participant’s skill levels, knowledge and confidence.

Spotlight on Woking ABC and the 2019 County Rounds 

Woking ABC young boxers put up a brave fight at the National Association for Boys & Girls Clubs County Rounds Championships held earlier this month in Twickenham.

 Unfortunately, the competing young men didn’t make it through to their next bouts but their determination and the skills imparted by the club were on full show. Felix Ayling, whose injury proved to be the end of his bout, and Awais Hussain, are both members of Woking Amateur Boxing Club. The club has been in existence from at least the late 1920’s, probably makes it the oldest club in Surrey.


The club has a great history and operates a safe and professional environment, all coaches are DBS checked, first aid and safeguarding educated and the club is affiliated to both to the England Boxing governing body and Surrey Clubs for Young People. The club has a strong association with the Army and is also a member of the Police Community Clubs of Great Britain.

 The club caters for ages 9 and upwards and runs sessions throughout the week, including its really popular Saturday morning sessions designed to get young people into the positive environment of the club rather than leaving them unfocussed, vulnerable and at risk.

Dave Oliver, who as a young man boxed at the club and is now a volunteer coach with over 40 years of coaching and club experience and says:

"Our Saturday morning 'Get off the Streets' session is a huge success with about 40 young people spending Saturday mornings. They keep fit, learning discipline in a sport, support each other, making friend's and have a positive focus for their time. We have shown great success in giving young people in the local community a healthy and disciplined pastime.”

The club currently has fourteen unpaid volunteers who are passionate about boxing and giving young people the guidance they need to excel in the sport. But it welcomes anyone who would like to volunteer to support this community gem and invites them to get in touch.

Awais Hussain who has reached the national schools finals for the past two years.

 Main opening hours are:

 Monday 7 to 9 pm.

Tuesdays 6 to 10 pm

Thursdays 6 to 10 pm

Saturdays 9.30 to 12 noon and 4pm to 6 pm

Those are our main opening times we also open at other times by arrangement.

Junior costs are £3 per session (with a maximum of £6 for the weeks training)

Students £3 per session (with a maximum of £6 for the weeks training)

Senior boxers £4 per session (with a maximum of 38 for the weeks training).

Adult non-boxers and keep-fitters £5 per session.

 Woking ABC Website