Work on a multi-million pound sport facility at Rectory Park in Northolt is now underway.
From February 2018 the site will offer two full-size, flood-lit 3G artificial football pitches, six changing rooms, two community rooms and a pavilion.
The facility, which will become the new home of Middlesex FA, comes after Ealing Council secured £4.88 million from the FA, Middlesex FA, London Marathon Charitable Trust and Sport England.
It is part of the FA's Parklife grassroots football scheme, which aims to boost sporting opportunities in communities.
Cllr Bassam Mahfouz, the council’s cabinet member for transport, environment and leisure, said: "I'm delighted to see this exciting development in Rectory Park get started.
"These all-weather pitches, sports and community facilities will bring much needed and long-awaited phenomenal facilities to Northolt and the borough."
Middlesex FA will move to the spot from its current headquarters in Roxborough Road, Harrow.
FA bosses hope the site will help it hit its target of doubling the number of women playing football by 2020.
Kelly Simmons, director of participation and development at the FA, said: " This signifies an important next step in our national Parklife programme and an exciting chapter in the history of Middlesex FA, who will now become custodians of the centre for the benefit of thousands of people right across the county.
"In a year where The FA is dedicated to doubling the number of participants in the women's game as well as growing the recreational game for all sectors of the community, this will provide a catalyst as well as focal point for football and sport lovers locally."
Work officially started at the spot on April 18, where Cllr Mahfouz and council leader Cllr Julian Bell joined members of the FA to mark the occasion.
The site is primarily a football facility, but the council said it will be used for other sports as well.
Middlesex FA chairman, John Taylor, promised the site would offer playing time to all levels within football.
He said: "We are delighted to be working with Ealing Council and The Football Association to deliver the Rectory Park project.
"The excellent facilities will provide playing opportunities for football participants at all levels of the game in our area."
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