Feltham Community Amateur Boxing Club was founded in 2009 by PCSO Mike Hunter as part of a borough scheme known as the 'Friday Night Project'. The aim of the club was to deter youngsters from engaging in anti social behaviour on a Friday night. This was a successful project that led to the club becoming a popular hub for the local teenagers.


Since then the club has grown into a popular local boxing club that caters to Feltham's diverse community. The club runs Junior sessions (ages 7 and up) and Senior sessions (13 and up with no upper limit) for both males and females. Our sessions are planned to be challenging and rewarding for every fitness level. We host a wide range of abilities at the club and currently have members who are competitive amateur boxers, novice boxers, recreational boxers (non contact / keep fit) and white collar boxers looking to brush up on their skills.


We aim to provide a friendly, welcoming and community focused atmosphere where members are able to learn and practice the noble art with support and encouragement.


In recent years the club has enjoyed competition success with our boxers representing the club against other local boxing clubs and the armed services.


Sessions are on Friday nights at the following times:


** Please see the pop up for current timing which are subject to change due to current government guildlines **


We cater for all genders, all ages from 7 upwards and all ability levels


Our Coaches

Chris Martin - Head Coach

Chris started at Feltham as a boxer representing the club and the Metropolitan Police on several occasions, winning the Metropolitan Police welterweight championships in 2010. In 2012 when the club lost it's then Head Coach George Burton to the GB Olympic team Chris moved into a coaches role to ensure the club was able to stay open.

Chris is also a member of the award winning British Lionhearts in the Community project which aims to increase participation in grass roots boxing across the country

(@BLITC - Twitter).

Darren Willoughby - Boxing Leader, Coaching Grade (Level 1)

Darren has been involved in various martial arts and combat sports since a teenager. After years of dodging P.E. lessons at school, due to disliking football and Rugby. He ventured into boxing, which kick-started his interest in training and improving his skills and fitness levels. Shortly after, he tried several different martial arts, before finding Kickboxing at the age of 17. Darren has competed in tournaments in the past, but nowadays sticks to training and instructing only.
In addition to his day job, Darren also works within the child protection team for Surrey. Qualified NVQ level 2 Fitness instructor, CRB checked, NVQ level 3, health & social care for children & young people, Government endorsed caring standards for children & young people.
Also holds current safeguarding certification.

Angelika Kowalska

I got into boxing for fitness but also a chance to learn how to fight, over the time that I started boxing I got better at it and I enjoy it but it's also fun, I meet new people made new friends it's amazing. It's better to choose a sport that you would like but also the sport that you would enjoy. 

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