A Night of Champions!
This year’s boxing event was held on Tuesday 31st October at the Millennium Hotel London Mayfair.
The night was a great success with guests coming from all over to watch Fitzroy lodge match their competitors against rival Boxing Clubs. Throughout the evening boxers came and went, the winners taking a trophy home for their win. Alongside the clash of the titans guests were treated to a delicious meal provided by the Millennium Hotel, each course incorporating some of Shepherd Neame’s own delectable beverages.
We would like to thank all our sponsors and everyone that attended the event, with your kind contributions and support we managed to raised funds for the charity and have a brilliant evening.
We hope to see you all again next year!
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Fitzroy Lodge Amateur Boxing Club
The Fitzroy Lodge Amateur Boxing Club is a non-profit making, charitable club, run by volunteers and supported by donations, grants and member subscriptions.
The overarching aim of the Fitzroy Lodge ABC is to offer a safe environment for competitive boxers to train and compete in the sport of amateur boxing, by teaching boxing skills engendering discipline, respect, honour, self-control and a healthy life style.
A proud heritage
Ever since Dr Lionel Baly decided to find a way to give the young people of Lambeth something to do, all the way back in 1908, the Fitzroy Lodge Amateur Boxing Club has been a mainstay of South London. The club has been in its current home on Lambeth Road since just after the end of the Second World War, and has produced a number of notable fighters such as three time ABA champion, Neville Cole, former World Super-Featherweight Champion, Cornelius Boza-Edwards, and most recently, WBA Heavyweight Champion David Haye.