Amateur Boxing Federation – UK FAIR PLAY POLICY ABF-UK events are Pre Registration only, Which is a procedure in place to give our supporters quicker and simpler entry in to our events. Once complete please print off your receipt and bring it with you to our events for peace of mind. Area allocations for […]Read more "Fair Play"
ABF-UK are supporters of Safeguarding. If you would like to know what Safeguarding is and would like to ensure you meet our Safe Guarding requirements follow the below link. https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/safeguarding-children-and-young-people/safeguarding-children-and-young-people Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) An information guide to DBS checking for community groups and organisations. DBS checking is the new name for Criminal Records […]Read more "DBS & Safe Guarding"
AMATEUR BOXING FEDERATION-UK Titles & Sanctioning Amateur Boxing Federation UK offers the best quality title belts which are certainly worth fighting for. Listed below are Titles & sanction fees with representative images of the belts, which will be presented to the winner of these prestigious titles. REGIONAL AREA TITLES (Southern Area, South East, South West, […]Read more "Titles & Sanctioning"
Any boxer will tell you there is nothing as memorable as stepping into the ring for the first time. Once you have been training at your club for a while you may decide you want to compete, if and when this time comes there are simple steps to follow. Your coach will help you decide when you […]Read more "ABF-UK License"
ABF-UK Medical Requirements All competitors must be fit to fight and must pass the medical examination carried out by qualified and appropriate paramedics. No competitor is clear to fight should they have suffered a KO or concussion in the last 28 days. The attendance of a Paramedic in Light Contact Boxing is obligatory; a first […]Read more "Medical"
ABF-UK child and young persons charter The Amateur Boxing Federation-UK aims to ensure that all children and young people within the sport of Amateur LIGHT CONTACT Boxing are treated with respect, valued and at all times ‘safe’ from all forms of abuse. We want you: To feel welcomed into a safe, caring, sport with a happy […]Read more "Young Persons Charter"
FAIR SPORT FOR ALL ABF-UK Light Contact Rules & Code of Conduct Matching and Venue requirements. To be a fair stand-up boxing match in a 16-24-foot ring, or as near that size as practicable. All contact to be light contact, a KO may result in disqualification if seen to be excessive force of intent […]Read more "ABF-UK Rules of Boxing & Code of Conduct"