Futsal Club Enfield in the Community

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In the Community
Supporting EN3
Reporting Fly Tipping
working with other Community Groups
Community Smiles
Ponders End Community Development Trust
and Futsal Club Enfield

Supporting EN3 is looking to take over the disused bowling green in Durants Park
as a community base for the club and the homeless in the community
as a hub for helping provide meals, cleaning clothes and providing advice

we have been in touch with the new councillors and we are awaiting news


Supporting EN3
Winter 2021
funded by Arnold Clark,
Supported by Enfield & CM Futsal Club

Community Games 16
COMING SOON
Saturday 11th December @ The QUBE
in conjunction with the Ponders End Community Christmas Fair

Futsal Club Enfield in the Community is the main title for a large amount of stuff we have done and continue to do in our Community.

Community Games
Supporting EN3
Partnering with Ponders End Community Trust

Coming Soon
Snickers Just Play
Wildcats
Soccercise
Youth Section returning FREE

One of our greatest days 25 players at Brunel University playing in the Middlesex County Play off for the National Finals
Under 10 played 2 lost 2
under 12 played 3 drawn 1 lost 2
under 14 played 3 lost 3
under 16 played 2 drawn 1 lost 2

This event was all FREE and we had a great time taking players across London on Train, Underground and Bus to play in this competition.

in the beginning

Futsal Club Enfield have been working in the Community since 2007, but Futsal in the Enfield Community started back in 2005 with the Enfield Futsal League

The Enfield Youth League started from a project that Martin May was running at the Aspire Centre in Edmonton Coulty School.

Funding from Enfield Council YOFE Fund helped with Venue Hire, Referee Fees and Trophies.