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SURBITON BOXING CLUB is a community amateur sports club that offers great training facilities and encourages members to keep fit and maintain a healthy lifestyle through the sport of boxing.


Established in 2013, Surbiton Amateur Boxing Club is affiliated to England Boxing, with the aim of providing a safe and productive environment for the training and coaching of Olympic-style boxing.


​​​​​​We open our doors to the whole community including youth clubs, beginner boxers, charity groups, local schools, and Universities.


During our sessions you will find a ‘no nonsense’ style of training. Instilled in our boxers you will find dedication, determination & discipline.

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training with SBC

All training is led by a close-knit team of fully qualified coaches, who will give guidance and advice during the sessions.​The team share a passion for teaching and passing on their knowledge. Directed by the Head Coach, Harry Morris, the coaching team align their teachings with a shared objective - to produce a fundamentally sound boxing training program.

Our structured classes will help you master the fundamental elements of Olympic style boxing. Once ready to compete, carded boxers will have the opportunity to represent Surbiton A.B.C. as a club boxer at Regional, National and International level competitions.

An annual club membership - costing £20/£30 - is required from the 4th session onwards. Competitive boxers will require a membership to England Boxing and Surbiton Amateur Boxing Club.


session schedule

SURBITON BOXING CLUB welcomes all boxers aged 10 and over and runs separate sessions based on ability/age groups. To produce a good standard of competitive boxers, boxing sessions and recreactional fitness sessions are kept separate.


For recreational fitness sessions see Keep-Fit Boxing here.

For Kingston University boxing sessions see KUBC here.

*New joiners should visit the club to register interest before starting any training at SBC*

JUNIOR boxing

For boxers aged 10 - 12 yrs.

£5 per session / £20 month for members


17:00 - 18:00  (Intermediate)


10:00 - 11:00  (Beginner/Intermediate)

Surbiton Boxing Club is a great place for children to make friends and learn new skills. All sessions are suitable for girls and boys, please attend the correct class based on your age and ability.

youth boxing

For boxers aged 13 - 16 yrs.

£5 per session / £20-£25 month for members


17:45 - 19:15  (Intermediate/Advanced)


17:45 - 19:15  (Advanced)


17:45 - 19:15  (Advanced)


11:00 - 12:00  (Beginner/Intermediate)

Boxing is a safe and inclusive way for young people to get active and improve their self-confidence. Using a variety of workouts, we teach boxing skills that increase focus, balance, co-ordination, stamina, work ethic and body awareness.

senior boxing

For boxers aged 17 - 39 yrs.

£6 per session / £20-£35 month for members

Advanced sessions by invite only


19:15 - 20:45  (Advanced)


19:15 - 20:45  (Intermediate/Advanced)



19:15 - 20:45  (Advanced)

Boxers will be expected to make a commitment to regular training and maintain a weight close to what they aim to compete at.




Surbiton Boxing Club,

Unit A BT Exchange,

5 Ewell Road,

Surbiton, Surrey,



0208 390 9576




Can I just turn up and train or do I have to book in advance?

Sessions do not need to be booked in advance. We are operating a first come first served entry. On rare occasions we may reach the class capacity in which case you will be offered a space in the next available session. Arrive early to avoid disappointment. New boxers will need to complete a PARQ form before joining. Under 18yrs will require parental consent prior to training. We ask parents/guardians to complete the Child PARQ form and bring this along to the boxers first session. Advanced sessions are by invite only. Boxers must have contacted or spoke to the coaching staff prior to attending these sessions. New Junior/Youth joiners will be turned away unless they have the Child PARQ form signed by a parent/guardian.

What do I need to bring?

All boxers will need to bring a small towel and come appropriately dressed in sports clothing and clean trainers. Please bring any equipment you have such as hand wraps, gloves, gumshield and a skipping rope. If it is your first session you will need your own set of hand bandages/wraps (sold at the club £5) for training. Once you/your child is committed you should think about getting your own equipment such a skipping rope and gloves. Please ask the coaches for more advice. SBC wants to create a comfortable environment that is safe & enjoyable for everyone.

Can Parents/Partners stay to watch?

No, we do not let parents or partners stay to watch the classes. This is done for safeguarding reasons and lack of space. All coaches are safeguard trained, have current DBS's, in date Frist Aid qualifications and all hold a qualification through our National Governing Body, England Boxing.

Can I compete in Amateur competitions?

To compete for Surbiton Amateur Boxing Club, you must be attending the competitive sessions on a regular basis. You must be close to your agreed weight and have a good level of physical fitness.

The coaches must be confident in your skill and ability before sending you into full contact competition. Boxers who miss consecutive training sessions without reason will not be considered for matchmaking.

If you are looking to join our competitive squad and have competed for another club in the past, please arrange a visit via email/phone/at the gym to speak directly to one of the coaching staff.

How can I pay?

We currently offer cash only payments for pay as you go subs. Subs will be paid at the front desk before each training session begins.

Membership to SBC attracts an annual fee of £20-£30 depending on age. Members will be offered an affordable monthly subscription fee and be given payment instructions in person at the gym.

What happens if i'm late for a class?

Our advice would be do not be late! Once the class has begun it is unlikely you will be allowed to join in as it disrupts the session.

Just remember, early is on time, on time is late and late is unacceptable

Is there somewhere to park?

There is a carpark outside the gym which you can use. We kindly ask members to avoid driving where possible as the carpark can become full very quickly. We have a secure bike rack for cyclists. Surbiton railway station is also less than 5-minute walk away and there is great connections to local bus services from Surbiton town.

How do I join a Junior/Youth session?

Junior and Youth sessions do not need to be booked online or in advance. Under 18yrs will require parental consent prior to training. Parents/Guardians will need to complete the Child PARQ form on behalf of the boxer and bring this to their first session. Once the boxer has a completed PARQ form (this can be downloaded from our website or collected from our gym) they can simply turn up before the appropriate session starts and pay the subs in cash. An annual club membership is due after your 4th visit and can be arranged at the club in person.


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