London Titans FC are holding two recruitment days this summer in partnership with Queens Park Rangers Community Trust.

The West London LGBT team are outgrowing their current level and stepping the Middlesex County Football League, who play on Saturday afternoons and are looking for new players to get involved.

The two open sessions are scheduled for Sunday July 2 and Sunday July 23 at Clapham Common, starting at 1pm.

Potential new recruits will be put through their paces in a series of fitness and tactical drills, before entering into a small sided game. Special training provision will be made for any attending goalkeepers.

Alongside the Middlesex County Football League, the club will once again enter two teams in the weekly London Unity League (LUL) playing on Sundays, against other LGBT teams from across the capital, as well as competing in the Gay Football Supporters' Network (GFSN) League against teams from all corners of the UK.

In addition to league commitments, we’ll continue to travel to tournaments across the country and further afield, following our upcoming trip to Miami to participate in the World OutGames this month.

As well as weekend footballing commitments, the club offer weekly skills and fitness training sessions on Tuesday evenings, alongside 5-a-side competition each Thursday.

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There are multiple opportunities for potential players to get involved with the club, and the flexibility to tailor it around other commitments.

Our club prides itself on offering a safe, stimulating and friendly space for players of all backgrounds across the sexuality and gender spectrum. Whether you are a regular player, or someone with a desire to channel their energies into team sport.

For more information contact club manager, Phil Steer, at manager@londontitans.com, or visit www.londontitans.com.