Middlesex FA Charter Standard Club of the Month November 2020, established in July 2019, which supports adults in the community experiencing mental health issues and substance misuse. We promote respect, equality, inclusion, diversity and wellbeing.
The club has a Health Partnership with NHS West London CCG and welcomes players of all abilities. We provide fun, friendly and free football sessions every week at our London FA Just Play Centres in North Kensington. Sessions are delivered by FA qualified coaches including our Founder & Head Coach TK ,who was recently awarded Middlesex MiddlesexFA Grassroots Coach of the Year - Adults 2020 at the Grassroots Football Awards.
We have 3 teams that compete in the NWL Mental Health League and are commissioned by The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea to deliver educational courses as part of the Community Leadership Programme.
New weekly Futsal event at Westway Sports centre - Every Wednesday Pitch 6 at 3PM - 4:30 PM.
We hold a Community Football For All session every Monday to Friday for adults in Kensington & Chelsea from 3 pm to 4.00 PM see our timetable below
Westway Sports Centre
1 Crowthorne Road
Funded By The Royal Borough Of Kensington & Chelsea - Grenfell Projects Fund
Turn Up & Play session takes place every Saturday from 12pm to 2pm at our London FA Just Play Centre:
Emslie Hornimans Pleasance
Funded by Golborne Community Champions & Sport England
Turn Up & Play session for adults ladies session only at Hazelwood Tower Blue Football pitch just near Hornimans pitch, takes place every Thursdays 4-6 PM.
The 2nd Friday of each month we have 3 teams in the Middlesex FA North
West London Mental Health League at Brunel University.
next season we will be entering our First Ladies teams in the league
Funded By The Kensington & Chelsea Foundation
Check out this great video of our team.
The club’s goal is to make sure that no one feels alone - specifically those who struggle with mental health. The aim to kickstart a chain reaction where people can exercise, be part of a team that promotes self-worth, belonging and to feel part of something bigger.
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The club’s goal is to make sure that no one feels alone - specifically those who struggle with mental health. The aim to kickstart a chain reaction where people can exercise, be part of a team that promotes self-worth, belonging and to feel part of something bigger. There are over seventy players within the Just Turn up & Play sessions, bringing the local community together leading to Minds United competing in the Middlesex FA NWL Mental Health League.
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Middlesex FA Charter Standard Football Club