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5aside.org

5aside.org has 5-a-side, 6-a-side and 7-a-side football leagues running across London including Islington. Includin a women's league.

ABLEize Disability Information and Services

ABLEize is the UK's largest disability, mobility and health directory and highlights websites offering disability arts, UK's largest selection of disability sports, employment, carers support, live in care and contacts for many disabled and special needs care services and a whole host of related products and…

The Access to Sports Project

The Access to Sports Project offers to young people coaching and competitive opportunities in a variety of sports and activities including: archery athletics badminton basketball baseball boxercise fitness football multi-sports netball roller skating tag rugby The Project also offers opportunities for young people to gain…

Active Islington

Islington Council Leisure Team promote sport and physical activity in Islington. To find out where to do sport and physical activity in Islington go to http://www.islington.gov.uk/active.

All in Islington, Activity for Disabled People Localo Offer Flash

All in Islington has detailed information about sport and physical activity for disabled people in Islington. It shows weekly sessions and sports clubs for disabled people, and has accessibility information for the borough’s leisure centres.

All Nations Men's Football League

The All Nations Men's Football League is based at different venues. In Islington this is at Islington Arts and Media School.

Arsenal Disabled Supporters Association (ADSA)

ADSA was set up at the end of 2006/2007 season to represent, and give the clubs disabled supporters a voice. Our aim is to try and deal with any problems or complaints you may have and enhance your match day experience. Both the Stadium Tour…

Arsenal Disabled Supporters' Association

Founded at the end of the 2006/07 season; the Arsenal Disabled Supporters Association (ADSA) was created to give all disabled supporters a voice in issues that directly affect them in following and watching Arsenal Football Club. In a bid to combat some of the key…

Arsenal Double Club at Mildmay Community Centre

 Mondays starting 20 January 2020
After-school club and football sessions. Free club for children and young people aged 8 to 13. The Arsenal Double Club programme has been running since 1998 and combines football and literacy sessions to help children with their school work and give them a chance to…

Arsenal in the Community

Arsenal Community projects provide sport sessions and pathways to accreditation which take place in schools, leisure centres, housing estates and parks. Sports include:  bowls double club (sport combined with homework, maths, English help) football including walking football and football for disabled people

Barnard Adventure Playground

Barnard Adventure Playground isn’t just home to a dragon – we’ve got jaw-dropping canyon cliff rope swings too. Come and jump from a platform across a swamp of hungry crocodiles. Let your imagination loose! Feeling bold? You can put on the performance of a lifetime…

Calthorpe Project

People from all cultural and diverse backgrounds participate and enrich our activities. Our volunteer and training programme helps people learn new skills, provides opportunity for social interaction and outdoor exercise as well as offering horticultural training for adults with learning difficulties. Environmental and food growing…

Camden and Islington Youth Football Club, Inclusion/Disability Sessions Localo Offer Flash

 Saturday, 10am to 12pm, term-time; 11am to 1pm from 15 June
Football sessions with coaches for children, 7 to 16 years, with special educational needs and disabilities, SEND. No need to book, just turn up and play!

Cape Adventure Playground

At Cape Adventure Playground adventurers can get creative, explore nature and play outdoors, making full use of the labyrinth of rope bridges and tree houses. Bounce on a trampette, create a theme song on a piano or design your next costume in our play building.…

CitySport

CitySport offers the space and equipment for a range of sports to be played either individually or as part of a team. The venue is open to the public and City University students. CitySport is able to accommodate the following sports: Badminton (6 courts) Basketball (2…

Copenhagen Youth Project

A neighbourhood based youth project offering music, art and sport based leisure activities for children and young people aged 7 to 24 years, with an emphasis on developing young people’s skill and potential. We offer a youth club, football sessions, and a wide range of…

Crown and Manor Club

The Crown and Manor Club prides itself on a history of providing a safe haven for boys and young men. Open to members between the ages of Seven and Twenty Five. Our facilities comprise a gymnasium, games room, access to technology and spaces suitable for…

Disability Sports Coach Localo Offer Flash

 Term-time only; Saturday, 10-11 (5 to 11 year olds); 11am to 1pm (11+ and adults; older children from the first session are welcome to stay on for the second session at no extra cost).
Join our multi-sports club for children and young people with disabilities aged 5 to adults. Our weekly club sessions are an opportunity to: have fun and make friends; enjoy and experience Paralympic and multi-sports including football, Boccia, sitting volleyball, dance, golf, and many more; get active with professional…

Elizabeth House Community Centre Localo Offer Flash

After-school and holidays
Holiday playscheme Monday to Friday 26-30 Oceober 2020 for children aged 4.5 (reception) to 13 years from 9 am to 5.30 pm  Cost: £100 per week (c£50 concessions)Booking: childrensactivities@elizabeth-house.org.uk Food Parcel Distribution: Elizabeth House Community Centre responded to the Covid-19 crisis by launching a food/care…

FA Level 1 in coaching Football, at Market Road Football Pitches

 5 sessions: Tuesday 3rd, Thursday 5th, Tuesday 10th, Tuesday 24th, Thursday 26th March 2020 Time: 10am - 6pm Venue
Run by Adult Community Learning (ACL), Islington Working (iwork) and GLL, this course  is for young Islington residents who are interested in becoming a football coach. Candidates who are successful in passing the course, will be guaranteed an interview for one of the casual coaching…

Female Football Sessions for under and over 18s with Mixed Disabilities and Learning Disabilities Localo Offer Flash

 Under 18s Friday, 7-8pm and Over 18s Wednesday 6-7pm
Arsenal in the Community are running female specific football Sessions for under and over 18s with Mixed Disabilities and Learning Disabilities. Sessions for under 18s take place every Friday, 7-8pm at William Tyndale School Football Pitch. Sessions for over 18s take place every Wednesday, 6-7pm…

Finsbury Leisure Centre

Finsbury Leisure Centre has:  four outdoor football pitches four squash courts a six-court multi-sports hall for badminton, basketball and table-tennis exercise studios offering a range of fitness classes including pilates and yoga activity rooms

Finsbury Park Rugby Football Club

Finsbury Park Rugby Club is a Community Rugby Club Providing coaching for Senior and Youth.

FloRéal Sports

FloRéal Sports offers American flag football to young people.

Football Pitches

Islington has five parks with football pitches for hire: Highbury Fields Paradise Park Rosemary Gardens Tufnell Park playing fields Whittington Park You can also play football at leisure centres: Finsbury Leisure Centre Market Road football pitches, next to Islington Tennis Centre Sobell leisure centre William…

Football Sessions for Adults with Learning Disabilities Localo Offer Flash

 Thursday, 11.30am-1.30pm
Arsenal in the Community are running football sessions for adults with learning disabilities. There are also sessions for visually impaired and blind people (over 14s), upper and lower body amputees, deaf (under 18s) and people with mental health diagnoses. To find out more about any…

Football Sessions for Deaf or Hard of Hearing Children Localo Offer Flash

 Sunday, 11am to 12.30pm (dates tbc, phone or email for details)
This session, run by Arsenal in the Community, is open to all children and young people, girls and boys, under 18.

Gay Gooners

Arsenal Football Club’s LGBT supporters group, ‘Gay Gooners’ was established in early 2013 and now has more than 90 members. The GayGooners are the biggest LBGTQ fan group of any football club in England. We exist: - to provide a social group for LGBTQ Arsenal…

Girls' Football

 Every Friday during summer 3-5pm
On Fridays we run a girls’ football session at Half Moon Pitch  

Go Mammoth

Go Mammoth runs sports leagues across London including Islington: basketball; http://www.gomammoth.co.uk/basketball/london/ 5-a-side football; http://www.gomammoth.co.uk/5-a-side-football/london/ netball; http://www.gomammoth.co.uk/netball/ and also fitness classes, yoga and boxing; http://www.gomammoth.co.uk/fitness-classes/  

Highbury Fields sports facilities

Highbury Fields has: 11 tarmac tennis courts (all of which are floodlit) a seven-a-side floodlit artificial turf football pitch four floodlit tarmac netball courts basketball hoops for casual use one table tennis table next to the tennis courts for casual use The tennis courts, football…

Holloway School Sports Facilities

Holloway School has a range of sports facilities:  25m swimming pool a large multi-purpose sports hall for football, basketball, netball and badminton  a sand-based artificial astro pitch for football and other sports. Holloway School is not open for use the the general public. Access can…

Hornsey Lane Estate Community Association

We have a food store and distributing surplus food to residents local to Hornsey Lane Community Centre. We provide emergency parcels on request. We will sign post to other providers outside our locality.  The community centre will be closed between 24th December 2020 and 4th January…

Islington Borough Ladies FC

 Under 9s, Under 11s: Wednesday, 5-6pm; Under 13s: Wednesday, 5.30-7pm; Under 15s, Tuesday 6-7pm
Girls and ladies football training sessions.

Islington Borough Ladies Football Club

Islington Borough Ladies Football Club offers football to women and girls at Whittington Park, off Holloway Road, N19 4RS. Beginners. Tuesdays 7-8pm. Friendly match play. Ages 14+. £3/session 7v7 Women's League. Tuesdays. 50-minute game, 7-8pm or 8-9pm. Ages 16+. £30 per team per game Islington…

Islington Football Development Partnership

The objectives of the partnership are to improve football facilities in the borough of Islington and ensure that people of all backgrounds have equal opportunities to play the game. We operate an open gate policy at all our venues and hope this will encourage people to…

Islington Social Women's Football

A football session for women takes place: Tuesdays 6.30-8pm Arsenal Hub, 56 Benwell Road, N7 7BA £8 per player; pay as you go All abilities welcome Contact footballsessions@gmail.com; follow on Twitter @IslingtonWFA

Islington Tennis Centre

Islington Tennis Centre has: six indoor and two outdoor tennis courts a 50 station gym that has cardiovascular machines such as treadmills and rowers, resistance equipment including free weights and dedicated stretching areas and fitness aids such as Swiss balls a studio for fitness classes…

Jubba Youth Community Association

Through sport, mentoring, employment, and advice and guidance projects, JYCA has managed to engage, empower, develop and give opportunities to many young people. We support unemployed 16-24-year-olds to move into employment using the power of sport. As a youth charity, we use football and other…

Katabella Ladies FC

Katabella Ladies FC is a team of friends that come together to train, play and socialise.

King Henry's Walk Adventure Playground Localo Offer Flash

Make sure you’ve got your binoculars and maps handy because we’re going to explore! Get ready to make an award-winning nature documentary of Islington’s very own wildlife. Why not hop on the wooden bus designed by our very own adventurers or sail the seas to…

King Square Community Nursery Localo Offer Flash

Community Nursery
The nursery offers opportunities for investigation, choice and expression with a wide range of equipment and activities for learning and play. We also provide weekly sessions of yoga, football and drama, all facilitated by professional outside teachers and free to all children. Forest School is our new project…

Lauren Killingback Localo Offer Flash

Childminder
CHILDMINDER. Working with an assistant. I have over 10 years experience looking after children, from being a nanny to working in a nursery for the past two years. I have a level 3 childcare qualification. I will take children on daily outings to the park,…

LGBTQ+ Sports Project in Islington

Islington Mind's RainbowSports@Mind LGBTQ+ project is aimed at reducing isolation and improving physical and mental health within the LGBTQ+ community through sports and movement. It's fully accessible and inclusive, and it hosts everything from dance, yoga, football, cricket, to singing and gardening. For more information contact Sigal Avni; sigal.avni@islingtonmind.org.uk…

Light Project Pro International

Coronavirus update: Light Project Pro International is running a foodbank for local residents in the Caledonian and Holloway Wards. You do not need to register beforehand, just turn up on Wednesdays, 10.30am to 12.30pm; or contact us if you are shielding. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Usual Service: Light Project…

Little Kickers

Pre school football based physical activity. The programme was developed by FA qualified coaches and school teachers. At little kickers the focus is very much on fun rather than focusing purely on football, the programme incorporates a number of early learning goals. Valuable concepts such…