Women’s football tournaments for summer 2019




The season might be over but there are already a host of women’s football tournaments announced for the summer of 2019.

With the Women’s World Cup taking place in France over the summer break, we’re expecting interest in women’s football to go through the roof, especially if Phil Neville’s Lionesses squad bring home the trophy!

So here at Football in Bracknell we thought we’d try and list some of the tournaments that are taking place over the next few months so you can either get a team together, or enter your club in them.

Want to join a team? Or are you a team looking for players? Post an ad on our noticeboard.


Monday night league – every Monday at Goals Reading.

Goals football centre in Reading are running a women’s only 5 aside Monday night league which has grown from two to nine teams.

The next league is due to begin on 10th June. Goals are hoping to hold a trial game for new players before then.

If you are interested in joining the league as a player or entering a team, please call 01183 721 077 or email [email protected] and ask for Gurveen Clair.


Sunday 2nd June (Afternoon) – Woodley United tournament at Bulmershe School.

A six aside ladies tournament with squads of eight. The ladies competition is in the afternoon and comprises a round robin stage and knockout.

Download the booking form here.

Saturday 22nd June (Morning) – Westwood Wanderers tournament at AWE Aldermaston.

Ladies teams are five aside with a squad of seven. Entry is £35.

Email [email protected] for further details including booking form.

Sunday 7th July (Morning) – Abbey Rangers Tournament at Abbey Rangers FC.

Teams can enter online here.

If we are missing your tournament, please let us know in the comments or via the email address below.

Football in Bracknell is looking to improve it’s coverage of women’s football in the 2019/20 season. We are looking for someone to write weekly round ups of the action and possibly expand the role in to something more. If you are interested or know an eager writer, please email [email protected]

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