As part of our London 2012 legacy commitments, we support a range of sports clubs and teams.
Baku United FC
Baku United FC is a futsal club based in London with matches reguarly taking place at the Copper Box Arena.
Established in 2008 by the Odlar Yurdu Organisation, today the now professional club is part of England’s National Futsal League. In 2014, the club became first English side to reach UEFA Futsal Cup and has amibitions to reach the Elite Round this prestigious European futsal tournament.
Baku United FC’s vision is that futsal in England should not remain only on the amateur level but it has to move a leading position in the European futsal. Given the football and team sports’ traditions in England, the above mentioned vision doomed to success subject to right approach and commitment.
For more information visit www.bakutd.co.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Leyton Netball Club
Leyton Netball Club is a multicultural and diverse club, which is always pleased to welcome new players.
Reguarly training at the Copper Box Arena, the club offers an excellent standard of training and teams participate in a range of leagues ensuring continual development and challenges for players. The club has recently been promoted to the England Netball Premier 2 national league and currently have tw teams in the Essex Met netball league.
The club prides itself in having Pat Meadows, current England selector and ex-England player, as its Head Coach who is supported by talented and experienced Assistant Coaches and volunteers. Leyton Netball club is committed to providing a safe supportive environment for you to participate in netball. We work towards the ethos set out by the governing body, England Netball, in becoming an accredited club as part of the Club Action Planning Scheme (CAPS).
For more information visit www.leytonnetballclub.org.uk or email email@example.com
London Titans Wheelchair Basketball Club
Established in 1998, London Titans Wheelchair Basketball Club is the leading wheelchair basketball club in London and the South East. The Raiders first team currently compete in the Super League, placing the team amongst the top eight teams in the UK. The Raiders second team competes in the 1st Division South and the Raiders third team competes in the 3rd Division South.
For more information visit www.londontitans.org or emails firstname.lastname@example.org