Harlow Amateur Boxing Club





A registered club and a member of the ABAE Harlow ABC was formed in 1971 by Peter Hill, now deceased. The first training facilities were at Hare Street Hall, which then moved onto the works canteen of blakedale on Howard Way hence   the club's first name Blakedale ABC. Later the club was to be known as Norwood Harlow until the withdrawal of sponsorship of Norwood Partitions in the early 1990's.


Now known only as Harlow ABC, but the club has been around since the 1960's in which the original club Harlow ABC became defunct due to poor funds, a lack of coaching staff and equipment.


A strong club boasts today of 10 carded boxers and over 140 members train in a well equipped gym with a nice size ring for  sparring purposes only and 12 coaching and assisting staff to keep a watchful eye over thier young hopefuls.





Over the years Harlow ABC has seen many fighters including a few professionals. Steve Murray is the latest success to have come out of Harlow Boxing Club. Terry Horn, Keiran Dixon and Kevin Wootton have competed at National ABA level and all three reached the final of the National Championships.

Harlow ABC  Established 1976


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