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Alameda County is safest with boxing. 

The Deputy Sheriff's Activities League provides a free, open-to-all boxing classes for children and adults, giving community members ages 10+ a chance to increase their fitness levels, learn boxing basics, and work their way up to advanced training if desired.  

Coaches, mentors and trainers focus on the fitness and discipline aspects of the sport, and encourage participants that the lessons in the gym and the ring carry over into daily life. 

DSAL Boxing is located at the Hayward Adult School: 22100 Princeton St, Hayward, CA 94541


Boxing, like all DSAL recreation programs, is a vital component in our goal to develop a new model of public safety and reinvest in our least served communities.


By providing safe, inclusive boxing programs and a safe gym to train, Ashland and Cherryland youth, teens and adults have flocked to join as there is a dramatic lack of sporting opportunities in the neighborhood. For many, boxing serves a stabilizing force to graduate high school. 


The strategic and careful investment into play, recreation and health works in concert with DSAL's alike community inputs to build a safer Alameda County according to the Community Capitals Framework. 


The Alameda County Deputy Sheriffs' Activities League (DSAL) is creating a revolutionary approach of public safety by investing in key community capitals through free recreation programs, an anti-recidivism urban farm and food equity program, and the ongoing development of new community centers and capital projects.

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T: (510) 820-5222


15001 Foothill Blvd., San Leandro, CA 94578

Deputy Sheriffs' Activities League

EIN: 83-0410537