The Middlesex Schools’ FA Girls Representative Squads have both reached the semi-final of their respective National Cups and will enjoy home advantage in a thrilling double bill on Saturday 26th June.
Both matches are being played at the Coles Park Stadium on White Hart Lane, Tottenham. The home of Isthmian League club Haringey Borough, Coles Park has excellent facilities for spectators and a fine 4G pitch.
The Under-14 squad face Kent in the opening game of the double-header, which will kick-off at 12:00 noon. The winners will play Gloucestershire or Lancashire, who meet the preceding Sunday at Cirencester Town FC. Middlesex and Lancashire had been due to face each other in the 2019-20 Under-14 Girls’ Final, but due to COVID-19 the match wasn’t played, and the title was shared.
Following that at 2:15 pm, the Under-16 squad will entertain Gloucestershire. The visitors have defeated West Glamorgan and Worcestershire to reach the last four, while Middlesex have knocked out Kent and Sussex. In the other semi-final, Merseyside play Lancashire, kicking-off 45 minutes later than Middlesex and Gloucestershire.
Because of the costs of staging these ties at Coles Park, it is necessary for MSFA to ask spectators to pay a small admission fee on the day. Adults will be charged £5.00, senior citizens and students with valid ID £2.00, while children under the age of 18 will be admitted free.
Access to the Stadium will be via the Fenton Road entrance rather than White Hart Lane due to a market taking place in the car park. The turnstile will be CASH ONLY on the day. For satnav purposes, the postcode is N17 7JR. There will be no parking available at the ground due to the market, but an alternative is the New River Sports Centre (N22 5QW) which is a 4 minute walk away,