♟️🥊 Chess it isn’t, boxing it ain’t. But chessboxing it most definitely is. Pugilism and cerebralism go glove in glove as London Chessboxing stages St Patrick’s Day Bash at The Dome. See below for the latest ticket news.
One round of chess, one round of boxing, repeat until checkmate or knockout. Nerd-fighting or the ultimate sporting challenge of the 21st Century? London Chessboxing (full intro below) has been described as both but tonight you can decide for yourself at The Dome in Tufnell Park. Whatever the verdict this sporting mash-up makes for an unforgettable night out.
After the December success of Season’s Beatings, another packed house is expected in north London as London Chessboxing return with their popular ‘St Patrick’s Day Bash’ show. And it promises to be an extra special night of action headlined by Shayan “Shah” Zarein Dolab vs Andre “Glenzman” Glenzer who go toe-to-toe and piece-for-piece for the WCBA European middleweight title.
A full undercard of some of the best chessboxers around includes Gerry Anderson vs Maarten Kamerling ~ Matthew Coldwell vs Dashiell Shaw ~ Ruth Slattery vs Danlei Zhu. What are you waiting for? Get your tickets below!
With chessboxers from around Europe descending on this celebrated venue in north London to duke it out to be the brainiest and brawniest, a St Patrick’s Day outing with a difference is guaranteed at this sporting treat where you can raise a beer or wine in style to celebrate the weirdest, and arguably greatest, sporting biathlon of all time.
Stand by for another night of high octane cerebral meets fistic action, otherwise known as the ultimate test of brain and brawn. Tickets for a night of London Chessboxing are strictly limited and a sell-out is highly likely. So jab now and book your place now for a night of sporting entertainment that quite simply has to be seen to be believed.
🎟️ Tickets are sold out.
📽️ To watch a live stream of the event subscribe here to the Chessboxing Nation YouTube channel.
🗝️ Doors open: 6pm.
♟️🥊 First bout: 7.30pm.
🚊 🚗 Travel tips: Heading to the venue via public transport is recommended. The Dome is located opposite Tufnell Park tube station and just a five minute walk from Kentish Town tube and mainline station, while Gospel Oak station is 10 minutes away. If driving there is parking located in the circumference of the venue on single yellow lines after 1.30pm on Saturdays. Parking bays are also located around the venue. Lastly, there are two taxi ranks located within a block of the venue.
What is Chessboxing
Chessboxing adds the thrills and spills of speed chess to the strategic and tactical challenges of traditional boxing, creating a mind-bending hybrid sport that has to be seen to be fully appreciated.
The ultimate battle of brain and brawn. Two opponents play a round of speed chess followed by a round of boxing, with one minute in between rounds. They continue to alternate between the two with the chess game becoming ever more challenging as the physical battle takes its toll. The winner is decided by checkmate or knockout.