How to Get Involved in Boxing

We believe our coaches' positivity, motivation and patience draws kids and young adults to the club, and as a result, a magnetic culture has been created where our members train with a smile, laugh, have fun, whilst trying to be the best they can.

The physiological benefits of boxing have been widely reported. These benefits include:

  1. Enhanced cardiovascular health

  2. Improved total-body strength

  3. Increased co-ordination, motor skills.

  4. Improved balance, posture and body composition.

  5. Weight loss.

Boxing has been proven to benefit children with social, emotional and behaviour problems. These benefits include:

  1. Increased focus and listening

  2. Improved ability to work as a team and have positive social interactions.

  3. Provide an understanding and ability of self-discipline and to take responsibility.

  4. Improved memory and retention skills.

  5. Dramatically increase self-esteem and self-confidence

  6. Teaches respect, which then helps their behaviour to improve in other situations like at school or home.

  7. Creates an anti-bullying ethos.

How do you get involved? Just turn up and give it a go!


Mini boxing (8 - 11 years): Tuesday 5.30pm to 6.20pm

Junior boxing (12 - 17 years): Tuesday 6.15pm to 7.15pm

All ages: Saturday 1.00pm to 1.45pm

First session is free

No need to book, just turn up. Bring a drink

Dress code - joggers/shorts, t-shirt (and hoody in the winter), trainers.

Adult beginners/playing for fun

Ladies boxing: Sunday 10.00am – 10.45am

Competitions/Leagues & Performance Pathways

We have 6 competitions/shows on island every year in which our boxers compete against visiting teams from UK.

There is a pathway to progress further in boxing, but this would require travelling to the UK for competitions.

Specific programmes for people with disabilities

At the moment we do not have any programmes for people with disabilities, but this could be looked at on a case-by-case basis.

How can people get involved in Boxing as a volunteer?

We are always looking for quality coaches, referees, judges, etc.

Anyone looking to volunteer to help with our boxers should in the first instance contact the Boxing Development Officer.

Our volunteers who wish to progress into becoming a coach, tend to start assisting with our juniors first in order to understand the basics of training.

A DBS is required prior to any volunteering.

Anyone looking to help with refereeing or judging on our shows should contact our Boxing Development Officer to discuss and depending on their experience, we would consider putting them on a training course.


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