The APPG on Boxing is supported by the following national governing bodies:


england boxing

Founded as the Amateur Boxing Association in 1880, England Boxing is the national governing body for boxing in England and is responsible for the governance, development and administration of boxing in clubs and competition. It also represents England as a member of the International Boxing Association (AIBA).

England Boxing represents more than 14,000 members across over 830 affiliated clubs, and is committed to maximising the potential of the sport by inspiring and transforming lives through boxing.


Boxing scotland

Boxing Scotland is recognised by the International Boxing Association (AIBA), UK Sport, the Scottish Government, sportscotland, Commonwealth Games Scotland and the Commonwealth Games Federation as the one and only official Scottish National Governing Body for the Olympic and Commonwealth Games sport of AIBA Open Boxing (AOB).

Boxing Scotland represents 120 clubs and over 2000 competitive members with a mission to use the medium of boxing to change people’s lives, to improve communities and change a nation.


Welsh boxing

The Welsh Amateur Boxing Association, also known as WABA is the national governing body for amateur boxing in Wales. It is a National Member Federation of the International Amateur Boxing Association (AIBA) and also a home nation member of the British Amateur Boxing Association (BABA), funded by UK Sport.

WABA have over 120 clubs across Wales investing in all elements of the sport, from elite boxers through to community and grass roots initiatives.