Football (Women)


In the 2022/23 season, our main aim for the club is for all players to get back into the game and play as much football as we can! We will look to develop players abilities whilst introducing new players to the game. At QMWFC we offer the following:

  • 1st Team: Our 1st team competes in BUCS southern Division 2A and LUSL Premier. This team is for more experienced and committed players, who have played regularly prior to university. Matches are played on Wednesdays and Sundays.
  • Development Squad: Our development squad focuses on players developing their football skills and playing friendly matches with other teams, players can also play in the new social leagues.
  • Coaching qualifications: QMWFC works closely with the Community Foundation (previously Community Sport) to increase the number of girls playing football. Here we run weekly after-school outreach sessions with young girls at a local primary school. All members will have the opportunity to become a coach or referee in the local community with official FA-level badges.
Socials: With regular socials ranging from curry night to Hail Mary, QMWFC offers a wide range of activities for members to get involved in.


Taster Session

Monday 26th September 2022

Time: 6.00-7.30 pm

Meet by East Gate on campus at 5.30 pm, then we all walk to St Paul’s way school.

What you need to bring: Training is held on AstroTurf, so players need to bring suitable footwear for this, we do not advise studded boots. Shin pads are preferred but optional.

Selection process: There are no trials. Everyone will represent the university. You will play in either the 1st team or development squad. Team selection takes ability into account. However, dedication and determination hold high value to the club and thus the composition of the fielded teams, so there is movement of players between teams.


Mondays 6.00-7.30 pm at St Paul's Way School [All teams]

Meet by East Gate on campus at 5.30 pm, then we all walk to St Paul’s way school.

Equipment: Training is held on astroturf, so players will need suitable footwear for this with studded boots not being permitted, shin pads are optional. For fixtures, playing shirts will be provided, so players are solely required to bring boots, shin pads, and navy shorts and socks.


BUCS 2A, BUCS 4B, BUCS Cup, LUSL Premier, LUSL division 1, LUSL Cup, FA People’s Cup

Community Foundation 

Get involved with the Community Foundation and the popular football referee programme:  Football Referee Hub

Find more information here

How do new members join? 

  1. Message the Instagram page (@qmwfc).
  2. Sign up to attend the taster session - this first session is free!
  3. Purchase your subs - at the Hub (Mile End), BLSA reception (Whitechapel) or online.
  4. Enjoy! Take part in the sessions, and compete in the matches.

Personal Fitness

QMSU offers a gym on the Mile End campus, Qmotion, as well as a sister-gym in Charterhouse Square, Fitness to Practice, both with competitive student membership rates. This is ideal for students who want to purchase a gym membership - which is separate from a Club Sport subs - to improve and maintain peak physical fitness.

With every gym membership, you get a free 60 minute one-to-one session with trained instructors which includes:

  • A personalized gym programme tailored to your own fitness goals;
  • A full demonstration of exercise and techniques, and guidance on resistance machines;
  • Information and advice on nutrition;
  • A 60-minute review session every 6-8 weeks to re-evaluate and re-customise a new programme to avoid plateaus.


Committee Members 2022/23

Presidents - Sara Soltanpour

Treasurer - Sakina Gulamhusein

1st Team Captain - Paula Fernandez Garrigues

2nd Team Captain - Zahraa Al-Mahdawy

Community Sports Officer - Mihaela Ivanova 

Charity Officer - Joanna Tofunmi Da'Costa

Social Secretaries - Mia Kench and Queenie Argent

1st Team Welfare Officer - Molly Homer 

2nd Team Welfare Officer - Caroline Sgorbati


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