About Fulham WFC

In May 2006, Fulham Football Club withdrew its funding of Fulham Ladies but agreed to allow club officers, parents and players to take over the reins in order that the team could continue playing at the highest level of women's football.  Prior to this, the Ladies had been a highly successful team, winning many honours, and at one time, was a fully professional organisation. As there was now no connection with Fulham FC, it was decided to alter the club's name to WFC Fulham in order to make this separation clear.  

Season 2006-2007 saw the club survive against all the odds, having initially lost its funding, facilities, equipment and all but three players from a large squad. There was the expected relegation of the first team from the National Division but the bonus of a county cup final appearance and the club’s continued existence.  

Season 2007/2008 saw WFC Fulham prosper with a talented squad of players. The first team was crowned champions of the Women’s Premier League Southern Division, becoming the first one ever to be promoted back to the National Division at the first attempt. The reserves also won the Women’s Premier League Reserve Section Division 2 South. The club was also named the runner-up in the Club of the Year award.

Season 2008/2009 brought the need to re-establish WFC Fulham as a National Division outfit but unfortunately this didn’t work out and relegation ensued once more.  The committee has now brought in new personnel for season 2009/2010 and has matched its ambitions to remain in top flight women’s football with the provision of first class facilities and full sponsorship.



Training takes place twice a week.

  • On Tuesday we train from 19:45 to 22:00 at Middlesex Stadium, Breakspear Road, Ruislip, Middlesex, HA4 7SB. 
  • The Thursday training session also starts at 19:45 and takes place at Burnham Upperr School.

Attendance is compulsory, and the management must be informed beforehand if a player cannot make a session. 

Players must bring footwear for all-weather soft bladed Tiger Turf surfaces and trainers as well as fluids and shinpads.


Home Ground

Fulham WFC play their home games at the Middlesex Stadium, Breakspear Road, Ruislip, Middlesex, HA4 7SB. Both the first team and the reserves play here, normally on a Sunday afternoon with a 2pm kick off. 

Please check the 'Match' tab for the latest information on match details.

Follow this link for a map: Middlesex Stadium

Tea, coffee soft drinks and alcoholic beverages are available at the bar. A selection of hot food is also now served on Sundays.