South Asian Heritage Month (July 18th – August 17th)
The theme for South Asian heritage Month 2023 is “Stories to Tell”, as is all about celebrating the stories that make up our diverse and vibrant community. Middlesex FA will be marking South Asian Heritage Month by sharing stories of those who make up our truly wonderful workforce.
The first blog entry has already been published and was written by Surekha Griffiths, who has been awarded the Middlesex FA Grassroots Match Official of the year for the 22/23 season.
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Middlesex FA Staff Sleep Out for Ealing Foodbank
Tonight, Middlesex FA’s staff team will be sleeping in the grounds of Rectory Park, experiencing a night under the stars. The team are taking this action as a move of solidarity with those less fortunate who may have no fixed abode or need to utilise any of the services the Ealing Foodbank provide.
You can show support to the Middlesex FA staff for their actions, but most importantly help to provide vital funds to one of the most used Foodbank sin the capital.
The 2023/24 season referee courses are now live on our website. With dates confirmed for 8 courses throughout the season, we have something for everyone, with courses running in Staines, Northolt, Brent and Enfield. This includes 2 subsidised female only courses at Rectory Park & Silver Jubilee Park. Register your interest in becoming a referee for a chance to join one of our courses this season.
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100FC will be back again for another year and launching shortly!
Do you have female coaches within your club that are looking to get into coaching and would like support through a free place on the FA Introduction to Coaching Football Course? If the answer is yes, then they can apply to become part of the 100FC coaching programme.
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Middlesex FA Host Annual Awards Evening
On Thursday 13th July 2023, Middlesex FA welcomed more than 150 members of the Middlesex Football Family to Brentford FC's Gtech Community Stadium to celebrate the successes of the 2022/23 season.
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Middlesex FA Host Weetabix Wildcats Football Festival
Middlesex FA hosted the 3rd Annual Girls’ Wildcats Festival at Rectory Park on Saturday last, 1st July. This successful and enjoyable event was first held in June 2019 and was re-introduced last year after the Covid enforced break.
Seven teams in the U8-U11 age group attended and they all played each other once, giving a total of 21 matches of 10 minutes each. Denham United pulled out on the day but fortunately Harefield had sufficient players available to provide another team, their third in total, thus preventing disruption of the timetable. So, the competing teams were West Harrow Warriors, West Harrow Wolves, Harefield Reds, Harefield Blacks, Harefield Whites, Hope Church and Brent Schools.
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