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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…
Powerplay has leagues across the country for football and netball, including Islington: football netball
PlayFootball offers football leagues for men and women at Market Road football pitches.
Finsbury Park Rugby Club is a Community Rugby Club Providing coaching for Senior and Youth.
The Market Road football pitches are known throughout London. There are two full-size third-generation artificial surface pitches that are marked for 11-a-side and 5-a-side football. Leagues, block bookings and a comprehensive programme for juniors are available. The pitches are next to Islington Tennis Centre.
The school has a third-generation floodlit football pitch that is available for public use in the evenings and on weekends. The pitch is 32m x 23m, making it perfect for 5-a-side football. Bookings are managed by GLL on behalf of the school: http://www.better.org.uk/leisure/williamtyndale
The All Nations Men's Football League is based at different venues. In Islington this is at Islington Arts and Media School.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org; follow on Twitter @IslingtonWFA
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…
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…
Our football programme places an emphasis on social and cultural education, also helping to progress young people from grassroot kick-abouts to taking part in competitive football at various levels. Young people take on leadership roles within every session, organising teams and refereeing. All young people…
Open access pan-disability football session for disabled young people.
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…
This session, run by Arsenal in the Community, is open to all children and young people, girls and boys, under 18.
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!
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…
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…