Scorecards is a user friendly web application that imitates a genuine boxing scorecard and allows you to easily score fights and keep a record of your cards.
Once signed in you can access the dashboard where you can start new cards, resume saved cards and view finished cards.Sign in
Scorecards is simple. From the Dashboard click 'New Card' and you will be taken to a screen like the image below. Just enter your fighter names and select a corner color. Then for each round you need to give both fighters a score in the 'points' column and if required add any deductions in the 'deds' column. Your totals will be calculated automatically. For tips on scoring a fight see the Scoring a Boxing Match section.
If a fight is stopped early, either for a stoppage or DQ, you can select 'Win KO' or 'Win DQ' for the winner beneath their Grand Total.
You can save your cards for later and pick them up again in the 'Resume Card' section. or mark as finished. All finished cards can be viewed at any time in the 'My Cards' section.
SCORECARDS assumes you are working on a 10 point must system, wherein for each round the winner must be awarded 10 points (not including deductions). The loser of the round will recieve 9 points unless knocked down in which he or she will receive 8 points.
In the event that you score a round even, both fighters are awarded 10 points.
Per round, if a fighter is knocked down they are deducted 1 point per knockdown. For example, one knockdown would normally result in a 10-8 round. 2 knockdowns would normally result in a 10-7 round.
Points can be deducted by the referee for various infractions. These are to be deducted from the total for that round. For example, if fighter A wins the round 10-9 but had a point deducted by the referee, that would result in a 9-9 round. A 10-8 round with a deduction for the winner would result in a score of 9-8.
There are occasions where a round may be scored differently to the above.
Boxing is a difficult sport to score as it is largely subjective. Each judge will have certain styles that they favour and this is why boxing often sees controversy surrounding the results of matches. With that said though, there are some key factors that every judge should use to determine a winner.