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Arsenal in the Community are running Mixed Disability and Learning Disability football sessions for under 18s.
The FA Referees Course is designed for anyone aged 14 and up who wants to become a referee and move into part-time employment. It will also help with your overall knowledge and understanding of the game. There are both pracical and theory elements to the…
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!
We run fun football classes for children. The emphasis is very much on creating a fun environment to play football in and your Little Superstar will be able to progress at their own speed. Classes are suitable for boys and girls of all abilities and…
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…
There are 39 parks that offer opportunities to do sport. Listed below are sports facilities and activities in these parks. All the facilities are free and you can just turn up and play unless stated otherwise. Archway Park Basketball Bicycle polo Football The basketball and…
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.
FloRéal Sports offers American flag football to young people.
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
Mildmay Community Partnership hosts a range of activities and community groups at its community centre. Activities include capoeira, Zumba, and football for under 5s, and with Access to Sports tennis, football, and boxing.
North London United in partnership with Arsenal FC provides children and young adults, aged 5 to 17 years, with Down's Syndrome, an opportunity to participate in engaging and inspiring weekly DSActive football sessions. DSActive is a sports programme for people with Down’s syndrome administered by…
Pro Touch Soccer Academy aims to help, support and encourage potential young, gifted and talented football players. It offers football in Islington
Girls and ladies football training sessions.
London Blitz plays American football in Finsbury Park and trains in Market Road football pitches, off Caledonian Road, N7 9PL.
London Blitz plays American football at Finsbury Park and trains at Market Road football pitches, off Caledonian Road, N7 9PL.
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…
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/
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…
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…