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International Surrey Football is delighted to announce we have been selected by the World Unity Football Alliance (WUFA) to host the inaugural edition of the WUFA Women’s World Unity Cup, WUFA’s first major football tournament, and what will be one of the largest women’s non-FIFA international football tournament ever held, taking place in Surrey between 19th-25th June 2022, becoming the premier “women’s world cup” tournament in non-FIFA football. International Surrey Football was selected by the
Today the FA announced the first 2 rounds of the 2021/22 Women’s FA Cup which will see a number of Surrey clubs vying for one of England’s most prestigious domestic titles. Below we have listed games featuring Surrey clubs, some with some games likely to include a number of Surrey women’s players. 1st Qualifying Round – (12th September 2021); 51 Sutton United Women v Meridian Ladies59 AFC Acorns Ladies v Leatherhead FC Women60 Badshot Lea
International Surrey Football is pleased to announce a partnership with London & South East Regional Women’s League side, Whyteleafe Women FC. Founded in 2016, in one of its first seasons the team won the Greater London Women’s Premier League after going the entire season unbeaten. The partnership between the non-FIFA team and the East Surrey club will see the two sides pool resources to develop and grow the media coverage of the club side as
Credit: Sheena Booker (@girltinyshooter), April 2021 The World Unity Football Alliance (WUFA) is pleased to announce the WUFA Women’s World Unity Cup. WUFA’s first-ever major tournament and women’s event is intended to take place in the Summer of 2022. The host federation will be confirmed later this year. WUFA is excited to deliver this truly ground-breaking event to fans of both non-FIFA football and women’s football. The WUFA Women’s World Unity Cup will be one
International Surrey Football will take on Maghreb FC this weekend in the World Unity FA World Series third-place play-off as we look to bounce back from consecutive defeats to the Chagos Islands. It will be the first time we’ve ever locked horns with Maghreb FC, so ahead of the game we caught up with Maghreb’s Ayman Dahdouh to learn more about who Maghreb are, what they represent and where they might cause us problems on

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