Boxing Day in the United Kingdom is the day after Christmas Day and falls on December Traditionally, it was a day when employers distributed money, food. If the day after Christmas falls on a Saturday or Sunday, the following Monday is designated as the official public holiday. This year, Boxing Day. Boxing Day takes place on December 26th and is only celebrated in a few countries; mainly ones historically connected to the UK (such as Canada, Australia. Traditionally, matches on Boxing Day are played against local rivals. I Iffälä, Ihr Kinderlein kommet Ingwer Invocabit Italienische Ostertorte Indian Summer Ikone Ilex Imker Irish Stew. Or, as the somewhat laboured words of the hymn have it: Other well known pantomime characters include her sons Wishy Washy and Aladdin. Boxing Day am Boxing Day is also a time when the British show their eccentricity by taking part in all kinds of silly activities.