Basingstoke Kickboxing Organisation

Combat and Defence Martial Art - We welcome all ages and abilities

The Sport


A demanding and dynamic combat sport, great for fitness, self-defence and confidence. Disciplines include Point Fighting and Semi Contact



We have classes for all ages and abilities, from the very young with our Little Ninja's, a Beginners Academy and an International Fighting Squad.



With over 30 years experience competing at the highest levels of the sport. Focused and driven providing resulting on and off the tatami

Kickboxing - Self Defense, Fitness and Progression.

Performance - define your own success


We have classes for all ages


Adult Classes 16+, focused on fighting drills, fitness and progressive belt grading

Adult Classes

Kids Kickboxing Classes

Kids Classes 7-15, Focused on devlopment, disicpline and progressive belt grading.

Kids Classes

Little Ninja Kickboxing

Little Ninja's, under 6, working on getting them used to learning, we teach the basics through fun and play.

Little Ninjas


Head over to our Classes page for a full class schedule

A progressive club - all inclusive and devlopment focused.

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Club News

Our latest News and Events

  • BKO Christmas Party
    BKO Christmas Party
    Tickets have arrived for the ???? BKO CHRISTMAS PARTY ????Karaoke, Burritos, Awards, Drinks, Music and dancing ????.Grab your tickets ASAP as we need to know numbers for food.LETS PAAAAAARRRRTTTTTAAAYYYYYYY    
    December 06, 2019
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  • Gradings
    BKO gradings will take place on Saturday 7th December  with intermediate and Higher grades completing their sparring disciplines on Thursday 12th Gradings are £10 and you will have a time slot  to come along. You can come early and warm up aor stay longer to help out if you like. Ninjas 9,30 Red  10.00 Yellow 11.00 Orange 12.00 Green /Purple 12.30 Blue 2.00 Brown 3.00 Black 5.00 Live time updates will be available on facebook. Then there will be an outing to the White hart at 8pm to celebrate and George's birthday.  
    December 06, 2019
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  • New Gradings
    New Gradings
    Well done t Alex and Michelle who passed their Orange and yellow belts respectively this week. They are the first to take their gradings this december and had to perform, basics, combinations, defences, bag and pad work, and sparring which they did in style. Congratulations.
    December 06, 2019
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  • WAKO world championships
    WAKO world championships
    Wehad 3 members selected for the WAKO British team for the World Championships in Turkey and came away with a Gold, Silver and Bronze. Andrew was making his first trip with the team has had a good year competing both Nationally and internationally. fighting in the men's Vets -84kg section. A heavier section than he is used to. Andrew reached the Semi finals and was against a strong Mexican opponent. Andrew used his movement and driving punches to score and evade. In the second round Andrew got caught with a head kick for 2 points. This meant he had to chase the fight and was unable to regain points. Andrew received a bronze medal for his first time at the championships. Liz Ferioli Liz has only been competing for the latter half of the season as she had a baby in March. She had a mountainous task to get herself fit for competitions but her dedication and training paid off as she was selected for the squad. Liz was also mad flag bearer for the opening ceremony. Liz made the final of the Ladies Vets section against a very strong Italian with neat and quick techniques. Liz's strengths lay in her ability to rush an opponent and her hard hitting power. She has fought her opponent on many occasions with wins going either way. This time Liz's strategy was to fake her opponent and keep clear of scoring till she saw an opening. This worked well in the first round as the score was very close. During the second round Liz made attacks at her opponent, but despite both fighters hitting each other the Italian was given the score. This left Liz with no option but to attack and try to get the points back which played to the |Italian's strength. At the bell Liz had to settle for a silver. She was disappointed but with missing half of the year's training it was a very big task. Rob Payne. Rob is the current British and European champion in the men's -63kg section and was keen to add the World championship to his collection. He had suffered setbacks this year with a broken nose received at the British Championships and a back injury. This kept him out of training and competing regularly. Rob fought his way through the early round and found himself in the final against the same Danish opponent he faced in the Europeans. Rob wasted not time in using his speed and timing to score. His opponent responded with hand techniques and pulled back the score. At the end of the first round it was very close. In the second round Rob raised his level and started to score more punches, intercepting his opponents kicks and using his fast attacks. He moved further and further ahead. At the end of the bout Rob was 10 points clear and world champion. Brother from another clubber and regular at BKO Darrell Merryweather is also World Champion at mens vets -74kg…
    December 06, 2019
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  • GB and Southern Grand slams
    GB and Southern Grand slams
    ?FINAL TOURNAMENT OF THE YEAR?GB GRAND SLAM AND SOUTHERN AREA GRAND SLAM Symon 1st ?Rory 1st?Maggie 2nd and 3rd GB grand slam champion ??Ellis 2nd?Liz 2nd?Belle 3rd?Robbie 4th southern area grand championPaige GB grand slam championAJ 1st?Jasmine 1st?southern area grand championDan 2nd? southern area Grand championNicole southern area grand championKerry southern area grand champion Well done everyone a great end to the yearOn to gradings and Christmas paaaaaartty
    December 06, 2019
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