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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Our latest News and Events

    The day was gold!!! Excellent fighting from everybody!Results Paige 1stMaggie 1stCharlotte 1st and 3rdKatrina 1st and 2ndGeorge T 2ndEllis 4thRobbie 4thJamie 4thRossi 4thJake out ( but scored lots of points) Rory 1stAndrew E 3rdRob 1stNeil 3rd 14 fighters 6 1st 2 2nd and 3 3rds Everyone was fighting brilliantly and all ready for the Bristol open next week!!!George            
    October 08, 2018
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  • Chessington and Peterborough
    BKO members competed in three tournaments this weekend. Flanders. (See below) Chessington and Peterborough. Harry fought in the advanced light con section at Chessington and won gold. Liam moved up to the adults light con as well and gained a silver.Adam fought at the Peterborough open and won the open weight section and got a silver in his weight category. Well done guys, great results.  next tournament is this weekend. Cimac Dorking open.     
    October 03, 2018
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  • Flanders open 2018
    We took a team in the battle bus to the Flanders open in Antwerp, Belgium. This is one of the best and hardest tournaments to win. No lower grades or intermediates. Just one section for each weight division and it brings the best out from Europe and beyond. Yet it is still a small tournament.We travelled by ferry on the Friday and arrived at the venue to weigh in. All the people running the event  are very friendly and accommodating and the organisation is excellent. We then took off to the hotel. checked in and went out for something to eat.Saturday was the kids and open weight section. George fought a tough German opponent and hit him with some great straight body shouts, but the refs refused to see them and he ended up chasing the fight and narrowly losing.Robbie came out against a heavy Russian opponent, but couldn't get his attacking head on today.Paige found out that we entered her in the Musical Forms!!! I thought  she should have a go and I could yodel on the side! Paige then entered her two other sections and dominated with her strong kicks and powerful punching she won through several rounds to the evening finals. She the joined a some other British girls for the team event and won through to the final again.  Charlotte showed great improvement and is building on the experience gained from the World championships. She is fighting the bigger opponents much better now and controlling the bout. She too was in the evening final. Charlottes second section saw her once again fight the bigger opponent well and not receive the points that she scored. It is so frustrating when this happens. We look at the videos after and can see the shots that are missed, but ther is not much you can do at the time. After all the round fighting had finished we settled down for the finals which  were in a great setting with spotlights and entry music etc. Charlotte was up first and fought a great bout once again. The points going either way for two rounds. With a few seconds to go Charlotte hit her opponent with a round kick in the face which would have sealed the deal, but the refs missed it. In the dying seconds she scored a body shot as her opponent scored and the refs favoured the other girl so Charlotte had top settle for silver this time. Kat was fighting in the ladies -75 light continuous. Kat is in the British team for the European championships next mont fighting in the Ladies vets section. here she was aginst teh younger ladies and was not expecting to win, but get some valuable practice in. She gave a great account of herself against a strong and fast opponent. Kat never flinched and hit some nice straight shots and combinations. She lost the bout, but she got some great exoerince and has raised her confidence for the Euros. Killian…
    October 03, 2018
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  • WAKO World Champs
    Well done to Charlotte, Liam and Killian who all competed in the WAKO Junior world championships in Venice Italy this week. There has been lots of preparation  and effort put in by these students in order to give their all at this, their first World Championships.  Charlotte had a tough draw, facing the most experienced fighter of the group and also fighting above her regular weight.  She came out a bit nervous first of all but pulled the fight back to 6 points each in the second. Unfortunately in the last few seconds she got caught with a head kick and  had to concede the fight. Great experience for her and she will come back stronger next time.Liam is from Thame kickboxing club but trains regularly with BKO in the light con Discipline. He has shown great improvements in the last couple of months and this showed in his epic first round fight with an Italian. In the quarter finals he met a strong German and although the fight was close he was edged out and lost. Another world champion in the making here. Well done Liam. Killian Fights for the French team and comes over to the UK to train and grade with BKO at regular intervals. He fought in the points section and was moved around severalt times before he found out which fighter hes was drawn against. He easily out fought his first opponent  and moved to the quarter finals. Once again  he was unlucky to win this bout, but has learnt a lot form this experience. GO BKO FRANCE!!WAKO world championships are the pinnacle of the points fighting. Competing at this level is the hardest and most demanding of any tournament. The experienced gained by fighters sets them up for  improvement and better results in their domestic leagues and for their future world and European championship bids. I am certain that we will see these three fighters  Gain the championship in the not too distant future.       Look out for them !
    September 26, 2018
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  • 3rd BKO kids tournament
    Well done everyone who competed and helped today in a manic BKO kids tournament! Some great fighting from everyone including the Ninjas :)Loved it.Final one for the year is in December. Results -1501st Robbie. 2nd Rossi. 3rd Maggie. Princeley. 4th. Ellis. Jamie.-1201st Belle. 2nd Jasmine. 3rd Josh. 4th Sophia.+150 1st Joe. 2nd Ellis. 3rd Chillie.-1301st Jake. 2nd Luke. 3rd Bob. 4th Callum, Katrina.Ninjas.1st. Jack. 2nd Dexter. 3rd. Jamie Lee. 4th Aislyn. Ollie   .          
    September 26, 2018
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