Rectory Park

In early 2018, Middlesex FA will be relocating from its current Headquarters in Harrow to a new purpose-built football hub at Rectory Park in Northolt. The project is part of the FA's Parklife programme and once completed, will be home to two full-size floodlit artificial pitches, six changing rooms, a social space, café and the Middlesex FA offices. Rectory Park is a large playing field in Ealing with poor sporting facilities. In 2014, as part of Ealing Councils playing itch strategy, they invited tenders for community and commercial groups to put forward proposals as to how to improve the sporting facilities. In March 2015, Middlesex FA were extremely proud to be awarded the key partnership and to work alongside the council on the project. For the past two years Middlesex FA have been working with the various partner agencies to secure the funding to make the project happen. On 18th April 2016, The £4.9m project commenced and is due to be completed in February 2018. The project is a collaboration between Ealing Council, London Marathon Trust, The Football Foundation, The FA and 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. The facility will be open from 0900 to 2200 hours.

Artificial pitches

Rectory Park will be home to two full-size floodlit 3G artificial pitches which will be marked out for all forms of football. To enhance the spectator experience there will be seated accommodation for 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. 

To find out more about how your club, group or organisation can make use of these pitches, please email


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 efficency. The dividing wall to each room can be opened up should a larger space be required.  


Social space

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.


Changing rooms

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


Middlesex FA Offices 

Middlesex FA staff will be 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.



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


More information

For more information on anything related to Rectory Park, please email


Note: 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.

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