Middlesex FA is pleased to announce that from early in 2018, it will be relocating from its current Headquarters in Harrow to new premises at Rectory Park in Northolt.
Work began this week on a new purpose-built football hub at the site. The project is part of the FA’s Parklife programme. The Association has worked in partnership with the London Borough of Ealing and the Football Association to secure a lease on the site and obtain the funding needed to build the exciting new facilities.
The completed hub at Rectory Park will include two full-size floodlit artificial pitches, six changing rooms, a social space available for community use and car parking.
Kelly Simmons, Director of Participation and Development at the Football Association said:
“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.
“In a year where The FA is dedicated to doubling the number of participants in the women's game as well as growing the recreational game for all sectors of the community, this will provide a catalyst as well as focal point for football and sport lovers locally.”
Middlesex FA Chairman John Taylor added:
“We are delighted to be working with Ealing and The Football Association to deliver the Rectory Park project. As Kelly Simmons has said this is a very exciting time for Middlesex FA. In addition to providing the Association with a new purpose built headquarters building, Rectory Park will place us at the heart of the community. The excellent facilities will provide playing opportunities for football participants at all levels of the game in our County.”
For more information on the development, or to speak to someone about the use of the facility, please email: email@example.com.