Rectory Park Aerial View

Rectory Park

Your destination for all things football

The county’s one and only football hub. 

Rectory Park is truly unique. Opened in July 2018, the FA Parklife development is home to two 3G pitches, 120 square metres of community space and is the headquarters of Middlesex FA. 

The hub has been designed to benefit the community (it is not a football club) with pitches, community space and changing facilities created to give the sense that you are in a true footballing environment. One which we hope will enhance the experience of playing the national game

How can you benefit from the fantastic facilities at Rectory Park? Find out below.

 

facilities

Conceptual image of the artificial pitches at Middlesex FA's Rectory Park site

artificial Pitches 

Rectory Park is home to two full-size floodlit 3G artificial pitches which will be marked out for all forms of football (This includes 5v5, 7v7, 9v9 and 11v11). To enhance spectator experience, one pitch seats up to 140 people. The artificial pitches will be constructed to FIFA one star standard, they will be present on the FA 3G register and available for training and competitive football.

 

 

 

 

Conceptual image of the community space at Middlesex FA's Rectory Park site

Community Space

The community space at Rectory Park will host both learning and community activities with each room designed to accommodate multi-purpose events. Users of the facility will have access to Wi-Fi, IT and projector screens. The hard flooring is perfect for dance and other recreational activities and each room has been carefully designed for privacy and efficiency. The dividing wall to each room can be opened up should a larger space be required.  

 

Conceptual image of the social space at Middlesex FA's Rectory Park site

Cafe / bar 

The social space is ideal for people who wish to relax whilst activities are taking place in either the community space or on the pitches. Hot and cold food is available as well as drinks, free Wi-Fi, televised sports and comfortable seating.

 

 

 

 

Conceptual image of the changing rooms at Middlesex FA's Rectory Park site

Changing Rooms

Warm and clean, our changing rooms include heated showers, private W/C, hairdryers and are compliant to Football Foundation standards.






Conceptual image of the office block at Middlesex FA's Rectory Park site

Middlesex FA headquarters

Middlesex FA staff are based at Rectory Park in a new, modern, fit for purpose office. The designated 'Board Room' will be fitted with IT facilities made available for the public.




Conceptual image of the parking at Middlesex FA's Rectory Park site

Parking 

The car park will have 110 spaces, including 10 electric car bays with charging points.


Note: All images shown were taken at the St George's Park Sheffield Graves site and have been used to give an example of how similar spaces at Rectory Park may look.

FAQS

Frequently asked questions

Please contact us using the enquiry form below with details of your club and pitch requirements and we'll get one of the team to follow up with you.  

The facility will be open from 9am-10pm, Monday-Sunday. 

The project is a collaboration between Ealing Council, London Marathon Trust, The Football Foundation, The FA and Middlesex FA.

Kelly Simmons
This signifies an important next step in our national Parklife programme and an exciting chapter in the history of Middlesex FA, who will now become custodians of the centre for the benefit of thousands of people right across the county.
- Kelly Simmons, Director of Participation and Development at the Football Association parklife programme