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Summer sessions

Midweek sessions are back! They’re a great way to get back into football with skills, fitness and a short match followed by a few pints in the pub. Tuesdays, Weavers Field, 6.45pm until September.

Based in East London, Ladies East End Academy is a women’s football team, where the emphasis is on fun, fitness and community.

We welcome players from a mix of backgrounds and abilities – from complete beginner to total over-achiever. Just come along to a training session and get involved.

Academy

Training

Training takes place every Saturday and Sunday morning throughout the year, with weeknight sessions running during the summer. The cost of each training session is on a pay as you train basis at £5 upon arrival.

SATURDAYS 10.00 – 12.00

SUNDAYS 10.50 – 12.30

TUESDAYS 18:45 – 20.30
(Summer time only, April to September)

League

We are part of the CWSFL League, a women’s Saturday social league which plays matches on Clapham common. If you want to play a little bit more seriously then we’re always looking for new members for the squad.

League

We are part of the CWSFL League, a women’s Saturday social league which plays matches on Clapham common. If you want to play a little bit more seriously then we’re always looking for new members for the squad.

Location

Weavers Fields, Derbyshire St, London E2 6HG

Closest stations:

Bethnal Green Underground
(Central Line – 5 mins walk)

Bethnal Green Overground
(Overground Line – 3 mins walk)

Founder & Head Coach

Naz Ahmed leads the coaching at the Ladies EEA. Here he speaks about why he set up the academy and what changes he’s seen in the women’s game over the past few years.

News

Latest news, events and training tips

Events: July-Sept

Events July - September 2018 Awards Social Saturday 14th July, The Old George, Bethnal Green Join us for our annual awards afternoon – will follow our usual training session. Pre season training begins Saturday 28th July Summer Midweek Training ends Tuesday 11th...

Coach talk: Naz

Coach talk Naz Ahmed Founder & Head Coach Naz Ahmed leads the coaching at the Ladies EEA. Here he speaks about why he set up the academy and the changes he’s seen in the women’s game over the past few years. How did you get into coaching? I played football...