Edmonton Eagles Amateur Boxing Club offers something for a wide range of people: male and female, experienced boxers and beginners, fit or unfit.

If you just want to get or stay fit - boxing exercise is the right thing for you.

If you would like to learn how to box, because you are interested in the sport or like to enhance your self-defence skills, come along and learn from one of our qualified A.B.A coaches. The membership is free and you only need to pay for the individual sessions.

The club also offers one to one personal training, which includes learning boxing skills and techniques along with fitness training.

We provide the gloves and pads; all you need to bring is some comfortable clothing and footwear, a bottle of water and if required, hand wraps which can be purchased at the club.

There is always a qualified first aider present for each of the training sessions.
The club is affiliated to the Amateur Boxing Association and is bound by its rules and regulations.

Edmonton Eagles is part of Community Heart (London) - Registered Charity no. 1112071

We are delighted to announce that on Tuesday 19th March 2019, His Eminence, Archbishop Dr Costakis C. Evangelou was honoured with an MBE for his many faithful years of outstanding work and service to young people in North London. Archbishop Evangelou MBE said it was an incredible honour to receive his MBE from the Prince William, Duke of Cambridge at Buckingham Palace and to be recognised in this wonderful way.

Archbishop Evangelou MBE has for over 30 years dedicated his life to the selfless service of others. As well as his ecclesiastical responsibilities and service, he is the President of Community Heart (London), a registered charity set up to help and support the local community, especially the young and vulnerable. As President he oversees the running of several ground breaking projects including, Edmonton Eagles Amateur Boxing Club, where he is the Head Coach and Honorary Secretary, Running with the Vision – Youth Football, Youth Zone Youth Club and Sign Post, a project that feeds and helps support the homeless and vulnerable. Under his continued direction and leading, the Edmonton Eagles ABC in 2015 received the prestigious Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. Archbishop Evangelou MBE has run 4 London Marathons raising in excess of £30,000 for various charities.

In 2004 he travelled to an isolated community in the Eastern Region of Ghana. Negotiations with the Chief of the area resulted in the granting of a piece of land for the building of a medical clinic. The clinic was desperately needed by this community who had no other access to medical care. Now around 500 people a month receive medical treatment from the clinic.

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