Football in Middlesex spans all age ranges, all abilities and all genders. We have a growing number of youth teams specifically for girls. Whilst girls can now take part in mixed football through youth football, with growth in the female game this is becoming less a necessity and more of a choice. Within Middlesex there is an opportunity for you whether in Enfield or Staines, whether it is your daughter’s first experience of the game or maybe she wants to move out of mixed football to an all-girls team.
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FDO East (Ealing, Hounslow & Richmond)
Ebony Beckford - 020 8515 6911
FDO North (Barnet, Brent & Enfield)
Kelly Hancock - 020 8515 1912
FDO West (Harrow, Hillingdon & Spelthorne)
Chris Abel - 020 8515 1926
Email - Charterstandard@middlesexfa.com
Capital Girls League
Capital Girls League is a tri-county partnership league with Middlesex FA, London FA and Amateur FA with the aim to increase the number of young females playing football across Greater London. The league has grown dramatically over the past few seasons reaching more than 1,000 girls and over 80 teams. We cater for girls from U8 and above.
Our younger age groups are organised through a Central Venue format (U8s-U10s) at two venues; North (Chase Lodge Playing Fields) and West (Rectory Park, Northolt). This allows girls at that age to find their love for the game and enjoy playing football with all the other teams on a fortnightly basis.
From U11 and above, the teams are organised through a home and away format. We have been able to grow our league to have multiple divisions at each age group, enabling all the girls to have competitive exciting football to develop them as a player.
The aim is hit all areas of Greater London with Capital Girls League divisions, to become the leading league in the Counties for female football. If you are interested in joining, or have any question please contact League Secretary Samantha Read at email@example.com
The FA have developed an initiative designed to inspire girls aged between 5-11 to be involved in football. Wildcats Girls’ Football Centres provide girls with regular opportunities to play football and take part in organised sessions in a fun and engaging environment.