Middlesex FA

Recent county news
  1. The Middlesex Sunday Intermediate Cup final, between Black Bull, who compete in the Premier Division of the Harrow Sunday Challenge League and Jolly Coopers, from the Premier Division of the Chiswick and District Sunday League, was played last Sunday at Preston Park, home of Harefield United FC.
  2. This season’s Middlesex Intermediate Cup final was staged on Thursday last, by Hanwell Town FC at their excellent Reynolds Field ground. This final was contested by AFC Wembley, from the Harrow Youth League and Harefield United Reserves, who play in Division 1 of the Herts Senior County League.
  3. The London Female Football Network (LFFN) was launched on 27th March 2017 and is a joint initiative between the AFA, London FA and Middlesex FA to encourage, promote and support new and existing females involved in football, from coaches to administrators.
  4. 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.
  5. This season’s Middlesex Junior Cup final was played on Thursday last, at the Ranch, home of Hanworth Villa FC. It was contested by New River, who are enjoying their first season in the Premier Division of the Hertford and District League and Lampton Park, who currently play in Division One (West) of the Middlesex County League.

Forthcoming Events

25 Apr 2017
07:45PM -
Middlesex Charity Cup v Hampton & Richmond Borough