Tower Hamlets Sports Club Directory has details of many football clubs offering adult and youth football across the borough.
Women & girls' teams
Girls aged 4 - 13 are invited to train at Poplar Baths every Thursday from 6 - 7.30pm.
Formerly KIKK Utd, a senior women's team who play at Mile End Stadium are a FA Chartered Standard Club. Call 07834 316477 or email email@example.com
London FA Charter Standard Female Club of the Year 2015. The youth team and FA Wildcats train at Stepney Green Park on Wednesday evenings. They also have a Vintage Laces team for senior players. Fore more info visit their website.
Tower Hamlets Women's FC are FA Charter Standard and were East London’s first female team. Teams train every Wednesday at Mile End Stadium. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
SEN Junior Football
Inclusive coaching for young people aged 7+ with special education needs and friends. Saturdays, 1-2pm, Mile End Stadium.
We also have the Premier League Kicks programme running at Mile End stadium. Download the PL Kick poster for more information.
For more details contact Najma Sheriffu, Community Sports Officer at West Ham. Visit our disability sport section for more.
Coaching sessions delivered by A-Z Sports for young people aged 11-16. Sundays 3-5pm, Mile End Stadium. Sessions cost £2. For more details contact email@example.com.
Mental Health football
Tower Hamlets Tigers FC
A Mental health division team (for anyone registered under secondary mental health services and CMHT's).
Sessions are at Stepney Green Park 3G Pitch, Wednesdays 1pm-3pm.
For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07767 392067 / 0208 121 5033.
LGBT inclusive football
LGBT+ friendly and inclusive, providing a judgement-free environment where people can enjoy playing football regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity.
Training is at Mile End Leisure Centre on Thursdays 7-8pm, and home games at Millwall Park. Email email@example.com.
An extensive adult league based in Tower Hamlets, primarily targeting ages 16 to 21 years, but open to all and encourages participation from neighbouring boroughs.