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May 2021

London FA Senior Cup Final

Tooting & Mitcham v AFC Wimbledon

at Hendon FC

Silver Jubilee Park, Townsend Road,

London, NW9 7NE

on Monday 31st May 13:00 kick off. 

Online advance ticket sales for the final are available here

Tickets will be available on the gate, cash only, however in order to buy a ticket on the gate, you need to either email London FA or acquire a pay on the gate ticket via the link.


This is so London FA can control the amount of people entering the ground to ensure we do not exceed the Covid Capacity Limit.



On arrival, every single person’s temperature will be taken and their hands to be sanitised.

If your temperature is above the threshold after 3 tests or you are showing Covid-19 symptoms, you will not be permitted to enter the ground.  

Face coverings, covering their nose and mouth should be worn unless exempt.


Social distancing must be adhered to at all times.  



Hendon FC, Silver Jubilee Park, Townsend Lane, London, NW9 7NE

By Car

From Staples Corner travel north along the A5, towards Edgware, through West Hendon past Sainsbury's on your right, to the junction with Kingsbury Road at the traffic lights. Turn into Kingsbury Road and Townsend Lane is the 3rd turning on the left, at the top of the hill. The ground is in the bottom left-hand corner of the Silver Jubilee Park. Please note that on-site parking is limited and the car park is often closed well before kick-off. There is plenty of side street parking, but please park courteously.

By Train

The nearest National Rail station is Hendon (Thameslink). Buses 83 and 183 pass Hendon station and close to the ground. The best stop to alight 83 is Slough Lane (avoids walk up & down a steep hill), and 183 is Townsend Lane.

By Tube

The nearest tube station is Kingsbury (Jubilee Line). Approximately a 20-minute walk along the main road (turn right out of the station) and right down Townsend Lane. Or bus 183 to the top of Townsend Lane.

By Bus

Buses 83 and 302 stop at Slough Lane, and 83 and 183 at Townsend Lane, for a 5-10 minute walk to the ground. 

Click here for Map


Caroline McRoyall is standing down from her role as Chair of Tooting & Mitcham United over the summer as she and her family move to Eastbourne.


Caroline has been Chair of the Club since August 2019 and enjoyed the Club’s on field success over the first half of the 2019/20 season until it was cut short by Covid. At the start of the delayed 2020/2021 season Caroline took on the additional role of match day Covid Officer to ensure the risk of Covid-19 was reduced.  She has also acted as a consultant for the Club and will continue to assist in this capacity.  


Caroline McRoyall said, ‘Despite the challenges of Covid-19 in the past two seasons, I have enjoyed my time at the club, it has given me a real insight into the running of a club at this level and the staff, coaches, volunteers and supporters have all been great.  I hope to still catch a game or two in future seasons, particularly if any away matches are close to the sunshine coast’.


Steve Adkins, Main Board  Director said ‘We are really sorry to see Caroline leave her role as Chair of the Club, she has done a fantastic job; everyone has nothing but praise for her support, energy and enthusiasm. Whilst we will miss her on match days, I am delighted that the Club will have a continuing relationship with her. I intend to return to the role of Chair until there is a new appointment


Easter camp sees 60 primary school children come to site
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Over the Easter holiday's Tooting & Mitcham United welcomed over 60 primary school children to the club helping them access hot food, physical activities & learning! Funded by the HAF we were able to provide breakfast, lunch, loads of healthy snacks and a full day of outdoor activity and learning. A massive thank you to our amazing youth team coaches who delivered our activities, the host of incredible visitors who helped the young people understand more about healthy eating, mental well-being and even BSL. Plus a huge thank you to our academy scholars who volunteered across the two weeks making the programme a massive success. We are incredibly proud of the work we do supporting our local community and we look forward to continuing that important role

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