- Affiliated Football clubs
- Locating and Booking a football pitch
- Where can I play women’s football?
- Find yourself a Football Club
Haringey has ambitious plans to increase numbers taking up football, encourage people to keep playing football and improve the quality of football at all levels in the borough.
Haringey has many football clubs which are affiliated to one of the following county FA’s:
- London FA
- Middlesex FA
You can search for affiliated football clubs on The FA - Play Football website (external link).
Charter Standard Football Clubs
Haringey has a number of clubs who have achieved the FA’s Charter Standard accreditation. This means they have undergone checks, have policies in place and follow minimum operating standards.
Football clubs can contact their county FA officer for more information. To request more information about the FA's Charter Standard please visit the Charter Standard - Get Involved website (external link).
Haringey Council facilities
The following football pitches can be booked through Playfinder (external link):
- Bull Lane
- Downhills Park (external link)
- Down Lane Park (external link)
- Markfield Park (external link)
- Muswell Hill Playing Fields (external link)
- O R Tambo Recreation Ground (external link)
Lordship Recreation Ground football pitch can be booked through New River Sports and Fitness.
New River Sport and Fitness
With a range of grass and artificial pitches, New River Sports and Fitness has plenty to offer.
- Find out more about the Football offer at New River Sport and Fitness.
There are various places that women and girls can get involved with football across Haringey. Please see below for some great Spurs Ladies opportunities!
Adult women’s football (visit Get Active London Activity Finder for contact details):
- Alexandra Park Football club
- Haringey Borough Women FC
- Tottenham Hotspur Ladies
- Tottenham Hotspur Foundation
- London Football Academy
- Alexandra Park YFC
Visit the FA website (external link), enter your postcode and select which options you require: you will be provided with a list of clubs in your local area.
If you select the 'Charter Standard' option, you will see only clubs that have achieved The FA Charter Standard kitemark - ensuring a safe, positive environment in which to play football. All Charter Standard Clubs will have FA-qualified coaches and medics. In addition, volunteers at youth clubs who work directly with children must have an accepted FA enhanced CRB/DBS check and attended the FA Safeguarding Children Workshop.
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