BOXER REGISTRATION

HOW TO REGISTER

BOXER REGISTRATION

3 Boxers Registration Procedure. The registration process for boxers is summarised in Annex B to Section 7, and comprehensively covered below.

(1) Each boxer is to ensure they have had an Annual Medical Section 12 Annex B.

(2) Annex B to Section 12 requires to be date stamped and signed by the Medical Officer or Doctor to say that the Boxer is Fit to Box, and signed by the Boxer stating that he/she is aware of the dangers of boxing and by signing gives their consent to box, this element MUST also be witnessed by the Dr who conducted the Annual Medical.

(3) Decide on Service Only or Civilian Registration;

Service Only – complete Individual Registration Proforma (Annex B.1 to Section 7) and then select correct type of registration and follow the step by step procedure.

Civilian – Log in to www.englandboxinginsight.com and complete the online registration process as prompted. You will be required to pay online; ensure that the payment card is registered to the same address as your registration address!
Once the online registration is complete, follow the appropriate step by step process for your type of registration (paras; 4, 5, 6 or 8) less any payment requirement.

4. Boxers with no previous boxing or combat sports experience.

(1) Add Statement of Annual Medical to Individual Registration application.

(2) A passport sized photograph, with Number Rank and Name in BLOCK CAPITALS on the back is to be attached via paperclip (do not staple please).

(3) Service Only Boxing (Applicable to Army BA only). The registration fee of £5 per individual must be met via UK cheque made payable to ARMY SPORTS CONTROL BOARD CENTRAL BANK or ASCB CENTRAL BANK

(4) Complete the nominal roll (word processed/typed) (Annex C to Section 7) of all boxers being registered by the unit. It is to be thoroughly checked by the Boxing Officer and signed as being 100% accurate.

(5) Completed Annexes, B.1 & C of Section 7 and Annex B to Section 12 with the passport photograph with Name, rank and number are forwarded to Army BA at the address shown on annexes.

BOXER WITH NO PREVIOUS BOXING OR COMBAT EXPERIENCE REGISTRATION FORMS

BOXER WITH PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE REGISTRATION

. Boxers with previous boxing experience
With Registration Card
(1) Follow the procedure for a boxer with no experience except for the following;
a. Add the Registration book to the Statement of Annual Medical and Individual Registration Application.
b. Do not send a passport photograph.
6. Lost or Misplaced Registration Card
(1) The loss of a Boxing Registration Card will result in an automatic 30 day* suspension, the start date of which shall be when the Single Service Registration Officer receives the application for replacement. * This suspension is to investigate the loss and record of the boxers and to ensure any medical suspension that may have been imposed is spent (medical suspensions are annotated in a boxers record book and are not routinely transferred to a soldiers Medical Documents).
a. A thorough search including contacting civilian clubs or previous units must be undertaken.
b. A letter from the Unit Boxing Officer is required for verification (lost Registration cards will invoke a 30 day exclusion from boxing from the date of receipt of the application by the Single Service Registration Officer).
c. Follow all the steps for a boxer with no previous experience as stated above in Para 4.

BOXER REGISTRATION FORMSBOXERS REGISTRATION AND DECLARATION OF PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE

BOXER WITH PREVIOUS COMBAT SPORT EXPERIENCE REGISTRATION

7. Boxers with Previous Combat Sports Experience (Information).
(1) A Boxer who has competed at an amateur level in any Individual Physical Contact Sport is
eligible to register as a boxer, at any level, under the following conditions:
a. When an amateur athlete from any Individual Physical Contact Sport turns to Boxing,
the individual must inform the UKAFBA who will notify England Boxing who in turn shall inform AIBA officially in a written letter and AIBA will then register this information in the AIBA Database.
b. England Boxing is responsible for ensuring that the amateur athlete will only
start participating in all official sanctioned National Level Competitions including
National Championships a minimum of at least one (1) year after the amateur athlete
has registered in boxing from another Individual Physical Contact Sport based on the
history of the athlete in the concerned sport(s) or when given authority to do so by England Boxing. If there is any issue in this regard, the case will be reviewed by the AIBA Technical & Rules Commission for a final decision.
c. In addition, the Boxer may not participate in any other Individual Physical Contact
Sport whilst registered to England Boxing via UKAFBA.
d. The Boxer must have competed in at least one (1) National Championships organized
by the National Federation the Boxer is representing before being eligible to participate in any AIBA Competition.
e. For the information of coaches and boxers England Boxing have devised a template matrix for boxers with previous combat sports experience as a guide to give all parties an idea of what the experience represents with regard to boxing as follows;
Other Combat Sport Conversion Matrix
Combat Sport Conversion (other combat sport contest = England Boxing contest)
White Collar Boxing 1 contest = 1 contest
Muay Thai 1 contest = 0.75 contest
Kick Boxing (Full Contact) 1 contest = 0.75 contest
Kick Boxing (Semi Contact) 1 contest = 0.5 contest
Karate (Full Contact) 1 contest = 0.75 contest
Karate (Semi Contact) 1 contest = 0.5 contest
Karate (Light / Points) 1 contest = 0.25 contest
Taekwondo 1 contest = 0.25 contest
MMA 1 contest = 0.75 contest
Judo 1-10 = 1, 11-20 = 2, 21-30 = 3, 31-40 = 4, 41-50 = 5, 50+ = 6
Wrestling 1-10 = 1, 11-20 = 2, 21-30 = 3, 31-40 = 4, 41-50 = 5, 50+ = 6
After multiplication round up to nearest whole number.
ALL BOXERS AND COACHES ARE REQUIRED TO DECLARE ALL OF THEIR EXPERIENCE AND ALLOW THE REGISTRATIONS OFFICER TO DETERMINE THE CATEGORY OF THE BOXER.
8. Boxers with Previous Combat Sports Experience (Registration)
(1) Add Statement of Annual Medical to Individual Registration application.
(2) A passport sized photograph, with Number Rank and Name in BLOCK CAPITALS on the back is to be attached via paperclip (do not staple please).
(3) Complete the Request to register a soldier with previous combat sports experience, Annex B.2 to Section 7
(4) Service Only Boxing (Army Only). The registration fee of £5 per individual must be met via UK cheque made payable to ARMY SPORTS CONTROL BOARD CENTRAL BANK or ASCB CENTRAL BANK
(5) Complete the Commanding Officers Declaration of Eligibility to Box (typed) (Annex C to Section 7) of all boxers being registered by the unit. It is to be thoroughly checked by the Boxing Officer and signed by the Commanding Officer as being 100% accurate.
(6) Completed Annexes B.1 & C (1, 2, 3) of Section 7 and Annex B to Section 12 with the passport photograph with Name, rank and number are forwarded to the Single Service Registration Officer at the address shown on annexes.
RE REGISTRATION
9. Re-registration. A Registration Book is valid for 1 year (1 June 2019 – 31 May 2020) for the season annotated (UKAFBA / England Boxing sticker/stamp). It must be renewed annually thereafter. The process to follow is as for initial registration. Boxing outside of the expiry date of the sticker/stamp or via a civilian (ie non-Service Boxing) is not permitted.
a. Unit Action – Boxing Registration Cards. Boxing Registration Cards are considered to be accountable documents. Therefore, units are to initiate a policy that will ensure that the Registration Card is safeguarded against loss, damage or defacement.
b. Amendments. The Boxing Registration Card is not to be altered in any manner within units. Single Service Secretaries only can effect amendments to a Boxing Registration Card. Any issues requiring changes are to be explained comprehensively and sent with the Boxing Registration Card to the Single Service Sec for action.
c. Action on Posting. On posting from the unit, the Boxing Registration Card is to be forwarded to the new unit together with the individual’s medical documents. Should a Boxing Registration Card be lost/misplaced between postings, the unit that received the Boxing Registration Card from Single Service Boxing Association is to complete a statement relating to the loss, the action taken to find it and then forward the statement to Single Service Boxing Secretary.

PREVIOUS COMBAT EXPERIENCE DECLARATION FORM

Service Boxing Flow Chart

CIVILIAN Boxing Flow Chart