We are comprised of 5 inter-university league teams (4 competing within BUCS leagues and 5 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.
During the 22/23 year, we raised over £3,500 in our Movember and Breast Cancer Awareness campaigns.
We undertake volunteering within the local community annually. 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.
All students who wish to join QMFC must attend trials. These will be held throughout late September/October followed by a winter trial in January. 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.
Fridays 19:30 - 21:30
Equipment: Participants need Astro turfs for training and football boots for competitive matches. They also need shin pads. All playing kit is provided by the club.
Commitment levels required: Attendance at weekly training sessions and availability to play both Wednesdays and Saturdays. A 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 evaluated for technical footballing drills along with match-play situations. Join our Facebook Page for more information about when these are.
QMFC compete in BUCS and LUSL as well as the Merger Cup.
Day: Wednesdays and Saturdays
Time: 2 pm KO
Venue: Our home ground Chislehurst or away against various London Universities.
QMSU Sport Leagues: 7-a-side & 11-a-side
QMSU also offers Get Active Football sessions for just £2.30 per session and is 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.
Get involved with community sport and the popular football referee programme: Football Referee Hub
How 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.
President - Lewis Caffrey (email@example.com) or (firstname.lastname@example.org)