In the interest of public safety following the COVID-19 pandemic, Titchfield Boxing Club is temporarily closed and all training and classes have been suspended until further notice.
Please check back here for updates as to when we hope to be able to re-open the gym.
NEW SEASON: TRAINING STARTS
Our training for the new season ahead has now started, the training times are as follows:-
* Important * Sessions start at the times shown below, please arrive at the gym early to get changed and get your wraps on ready to get going.
Juniors: 8 – 16 years Seniors: 17 – 40 years
Monday 19:00 til 20:30 Junior & Senior carded boxers
Tuesday 18:15 til 19:15 – JN Boxfit Class (Early) 19:30 til 20:30 – JN Boxfit Class (Late)
Wednesday 18:00 til 19:00 Junior beginners 19:00 til 20:30 Junior carded
Thursday 19:00 til 20:30 All senior boxer and carded juniors
Friday 18:00 til 19:00 Junior beginners 19:00 til 20:00 Senior beginners
We are a community based Boxing Club that welcomes both Male and Female participants from 9 years old up to 40 years old, We are predominately a competitive Boxing Club but there are also classes available for members who only wish to improve their general fitness through Non-Contact Boxing training (J.N. Boxfit classes on Tuesdays)
Although Participants cannot box competitively until their 11th birthday, they can take part in a limited number of controlled “skills bouts” from the age of 10 years old up to the age of 16. All Boxers must retire from Amateur Boxing once they reach the age of 40.
The fees for training are currently £4 per week for juniors aged up to 17, and £5 per week covering all relevant sessions, with no reduction for missed classes during that week, (check the relevant training times on the above link).An annual membership fee of £10 will be payable after a 1 month trial period.
The club is also hoping to introduce weekly boxing training sessions for disabled people of both sexes, and different age groups, as soon as we receive the guidelines from England Boxing, our national governing body.
Titchfield Amateur Boxing Club has been awarded the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service – the highest honour given to volunteer groups across the UK.
The club, which has been in existence for more than 50 years, welcomes members from all walks of life and has raised more than £200,000 to assist local charities financially, especially focusing on helping handicapped children.
The unique UK honour recognises the outstanding contributions made to local communities by groups of volunteers. It has an equivalent status for voluntary groups as the MBE has for individuals. Nominations are received by the Cabinet Office, which sends a final list to the Queen for her approval.
Club chairman, secretary and matchmaker, Ken Charman (pictured), said: ‘To the best of our knowledge this is the first time that a boxing club has been honoured with this award. Any individual, regardless of background is welcome at Titchfield ABC.’
All Training equipment is supplied by the club with the exception of hand wraps and gum shields which can be purchased from the Gym stores. Members are expected to wear their own sports shoes and clothing when training.
Titchfield Amateur Boxing Club The Recreation Ground Mill Lane Titchfield, Fareham. Hampshire. PO15 5RF