The London Armwrestling Team

Based in East London's famous Peacock Gym

We have rapidly risen to become one of the best armwrestling teams. Using raw strength, great technique and an unbeatable fighting spirit, our armwestlers have taken on and beaten some of the world's best talent.

We're a big family brought together by our love of the sport. Our desire to win never eclipses our need to help each other - so that we can build a solid team that can take on all comers.

If you have the strength, determination and want to develop the skills to become an armwrestling champion then join us.

We Are Champions

Our record speaks for itself

We're a formidable team and have created waves on the British armwrestling scene.


London Armwrestling Team Photos

See some of the world's best armwrestlers in action

Armwrestling Rules

It's not all brute strength and hand-slamming

There's probably not a man alive who hasn't planted his elbows on a table for a bit of muscle tussle with his mate to prove who's the daddy. And equally, there probably aren't many women who haven't challenged their man to a spot of arm wrestling to see if he's as brawny as he says he is. It's all good fun and not bad for settling a good-natured score.

  1. Both players must be square to the arm wrestling table prior to the starting of a given match
  2. At the start of a game, both players’ shoulders should not be less than a fist distance apart from their hands
  3. Players must start after they hear ‘Ready and Go”
  4. In order to constitute a pin, you can touch any part of the other player’s fingers, forearm or wrist
  5. You cannot touch your body with any of your hands during a competition
  6. If you commit a foul three times, you will be disqualified from the match
  7. For whatever reason the grip falls apart, the grip is placed in its right alignment again
  8. If any of the player’s position is such that his arm can hurt or break, the referee can stop the match right away and rule it as a foul
  9. If any of the player’s takes out his elbow from the pocket but no position is gained, and it the elbow goes back in the pocket, the match referee may issue an instant verbal warning
  10. For any unsportsmanlike conduct, the referee can give a disciplinary foul
  11. If the competitor’s elbow is out of the pocket when he makes the pin, it is considered as a foul and the arm wrestling match will restart
  12. Both players must maintain full contact with the peg at the time of the pin
  13. False starting the match will result in a foul
  14. Before the ‘go’, you can only wrap 1 finger in the hand-grip
  15. All decision made by the referee are final

Get In Touch

Join our team or find out more

We train hard at the Peacock Gym Thursdays from 7pm - 9pm and Sundays at 11am - 1pm. Whether you're a man or a woman you are welcome.

Call Us:

07523 643 043



The Peacock Gym, Caxton Street North

London E16 1JL