Middlesex FA

Recent county news
  1. The Middlesex FA run the annual Team Nineteen 5-a-side Inter-college Tournament which took place at Barnet Power League on Wednesday 15 March. Team Nineteen is the FA’s programme taking place in Further education, Team Nineteen has an aim and concept of addressing the drop off in football participation for 16-19 year olds, through student led, fun football leagues. The focus really is on the experience of the student!
  2. Continuing our count down to the final of the FA County Youth Cup this Saturday against Cornwall FA, it's time to introduce our next set of players who'll be involved on the day. This time, we introduce the remaining members of our defence and three midfielders.
  3. Middlesex Football Association seeks a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to be responsible and accountable for the day-to-day running of the Association and to deliver the priorities and targets of the County FA Business Plan and The FA’s National Game Strategy.
  4. The Middlesex FA Adult Cup final programme got off to a very good start at the Orchard, the well appointed home of Bedfont & Feltham FC, on Sunday last. This final, for the Sunday Junior Trophy was keenly contested between Ruislip Rovers, from Division 3 of the Middlesex County League (Sundays) and Cricklewood Railway, who play in Division 1 of the Harrow Sunday Challenge League.
  5. Middlesex football recently lost one of its biggest supporters with the sad passing of Alan Simpson OBE. As well as being the very long serving President of Hampton & Richmond Borough Football Club, Alan was a keen follower of football in the County.