European Boxing Confederation (EUBC)
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Founded June 1970, Moscow (USSR), taking over the activities of the continental bureau of International Boxing Association (AIBA), set up 28 Nov 1946, London (UK). Original title European Amateur Boxing Association (EABA). Previously also referred to in French as Association européenne de boxe amateur. Current title adopted on restructuring when merged with European regional bureau of AIBA, 2007, Chicago IL (USA).
Govern the sport of boxing in all its forms in Europe; organize European championships in different age groups and international tournaments in accordance with AIRBA Rules.Available with paid subscription only.
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