Following discussion and consultation over the weekend International Surrey Football has made the decision to postpone our 2 remaining men and women’s friendlies, scheduled for June 5th and June 12th, due to a number of factors outside the Surrey’s control. This follows one of the busiest summers in our history hosted by Surrey with spectators in attendance for the first time since 2019. With 4 games played in May, 1 game each in Merstham and
Her Game Too was founded by football fans to tackle and call out the sexist and misogynistic abuse suffered by women and girls in football. (HerGameToo) Studies show that 64% of girls quit sport around the ages of 16-17. (GM Moving) The right to play sport is for everyone and the struggle for that right has been felt by sportswomen in Afghanistan for decades. In 2007 the Afghanistan National Olympic Committee established the first Afghanistan
International Surrey Football is pleased to announce that the final game in a 4 match series of home fixtures for Surrey’s senior men’s team will be against the Cascadia Association Football Federation. The North American region, which has played a number of games including some in Surrey, has not previously played the Surrey men’s team, although were scheduled, alongside Parishes of Jersey and Yorkshire, to participate in the 2020 Southern Frontier Cup, a 4-team mini-tournament
(Photo credit: Sheena Booker) We’re pleased to announce that the Surrey Women will be playing 2 games, 1 game taking place in both May and June as part of the team’s summer fixture plans which will also mark their first games in front of spectators having debuted in 2021 in a behind closed doors friendly against the University of Surrey women’s team at Merrist Wood College, which Surrey won 8-1. The two-game series of women’s
International Surrey Football is delighted to announce that we will be welcoming the Chagos Islands team once again to Surrey, this time taking place in Dorking at Meadowbank stadium, home to National League South side Dorking Wanderers and the Surrey County FA. Surrey and the Chagos Islands, are two of the closest teams in WUFA, not in terms of actual geography, the 5,900 miles that separate the largest of the atolls, Diego Garcia and the

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