Football (Men)

Queen Mary, University Of London (QMUL)




We are comprised of 4 inter-university league teams (3 competing within BUCS leagues and 3 in LUSL leagues) and a Queen Mary intra-university league. Both provide a platform for competitive matches for those interested and committed to 11-a-side football.We undertake volunteering within the local community. We’ve organised a successful football festival, which is repeated every year. We’re also in the process of kick starting a mentoring programme.Every year we continuously strive to improve the standard of football we play in order to achieve the best results possible. We also seek to have a good social atmosphere which allows all members to enjoy their football and be part of a unique club.Taster Session/Trials All students who wish to join QMFC must attend trials. These will be held throughout late September/October with additional opportunities to trial for people who have been effected by COVID-19. Follow the instagram page @qmufc for updates.They will be trialled on technical footballing drills along with match-play situations. Those who perform well will be invited to a second trial. From there players will be placed into inter-university squads.If not selected, or for players who wish to just play intra-university matches, they can join one of the 11-a-side intramural teams that will play on Wednesday afternoons at Mile End 3G pitch There may also be re-freshers trials at the beginning of Semester 2.TrainingMonday's 7.30pm-9pmEquipment: Participants need astro turfs for training and football boots for competitive matches. They also need shinpads. All playing kit is provided by the club.Commitment levels required: Attendance at weekly training session and availability to play both Wednesdays and Saturdays. Strong commitment is essential to play for QMFC and is a key factor in team selection, poor commitment could lead to expulsion from the club. The three strike rule will see a warning issued at first, followed by a game suspension for a second strike. If a player receives three strikes there will be a meeting set up within the committee to discuss your place at QMFC.Trials are held at the beginning of each semester and will be evauating technical footballing drills along with match-play situations. Join our Facebook Page for more information about when these are.CompetitionsQMFC compete in BUCS and LUSL as well as the Merger Cup.Day: Wednesdays and SaturdaysTime: 2pm KOVenue: Our home ground Chislehurst or away against various London Universities.QMSU Sport Leagues: 7-a-side & 11-a-sideRecreational FootballQMSU also offers Get Active Football sessions for just £2.30 per session and open to all abilities. It's a fun, social, turn up and play programme, visit the Get Active site for more information. There is also a team entered into the QMSU 11-a-side Football League which is Wednesday afternoons in Victoria Park.Community SportGet involved with community sport and the popular football referee programme :  Football Referee HubHow do new members join? Follow the instagram page and get in contact with the club committee members. Attend the trials Purchase your subs - at the Hub (Mile End), BLSA reception (Whitechapel) or online. Enjoy! Take part in the sessions, and compete in the matches.Contact DetailsPresident - Jake Godfrey  (