UEFA Women’s EURO 2022
Jul 8 - Jul 21
Hounslow is ready to welcome football fans to its Brentford Community Stadium this summer for UEFA Women’s EURO 2022!
The tournament is a fantastic opportunity for women and girls to engage in a healthy lifestyle through football. Find out how the tournament will help drive positive change in girls and women’s football at Legacy London
Want to get involved? Find a local football session in Hounslow via Find.englandfootball.com
Ticketing & Match Days
Sign up for information on full list of Matches – UEFA Women’s EURO 2022.
It’s time to rally your group, club or school! If you would like exclusive access for your group, register your interest now:
For more information regarding the current standings and already qualified teams.
Funding & Support
Hounslow’s schools and communities are being offered support to set up new football-based sessions for women and girls across the borough.
Women’s Recreation Football: To get involved in your local session please contact the organiser directly using the details below:
Gunnersbury Park – Contact via email: email@example.com
Street 45 at Heston Leisure Centre – Contact via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Just Play sessions in Osterley – Contact via email: email@example.com
NHW Women’s Mental Health League – Contact via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Super 5s League – Contact via email: email@example.com
Wildcats – Fun Football Centres for girls Adult Female Disability Football at Gunnersbury Park – Tues 11-1pm Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Find a local football session in Hounslow via the find.englandfootball.com website.
It’s time to rally your group, club or school! If you would like exclusive access for your group, visit UEFA.com
Schools Packs are available for Primary and Secondary Schools in Hounslow. Resources for KS2 and KS3 have been developed by an appointed educational agency Everfi. Schools can access FA Women’s Euros digital resources here: UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 Schools Programme | Show Your Heart (figc-fis.eu)
Find out more about resources including; PSHE, Heritage and Football Festival Packs, and an opportunity to WIN a Wembley Field Trip!
Coaching & education
Coaching is a great way to get involved in the game by becoming an FA qualified coach, not only are you taking the first steps into a rewarding career, but you can become a role model for the next generation of female coaches and players. FA Playmaker Course provides skills, guidance and tips so anyone can help create safe, fun, and inclusive football visit The FA Playmaker goes live! – Middlesex FA.
100FC is an award winning coaching programme for females (16+) across London, run by Amateur FA, London FA and Middlesex FA, contact email@example.com.
FA Referee Course for Women 14yrs+ is a discounted female only referee course available visit www.middlesexfa.com/news
WE REFEREE is a support group for women and girls refereeing in Middlesex. The group meet informally throughout the season with the purpose of supporting our female officials within their refereeing journey.
Volunteering is an excellent way to get involved with the UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 tournament. Volunteers will receive a uniform; food and refreshment whilst performing their volunteer role and the buzz of meeting fellow volunteers. In addition, you will get to see the excitement of the spectators, and the positive reaction when welcoming or assisting them enroute to the venue. For more information visit uefa.com/womenseuro/.
Women’s Euros Culture Programme
In partnership with the Football Association and other host boroughs for the
Women’s Euros we are working with current and ex- female football players, young people and community groups to collect an archive of memories about women’s involvement in football over time. The archive will culminate in an outdoor and indoor exhibition at Gunnersbury Museum and Park in July with elements of the exhibition touring Hounslow libraries later in the year.
This programme is led by Gunnersbury Park and Museum on behalf of Hounslow Council and supported by funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund.