If you are interested in playing football at university, either competitively or for fun, EUWAFC has plenty of opportunity for you!
We have 3 competitive teams who compete in the Scottish Universities Leagues, as well as a social recreational programme which takes place once a week for anyone from the complete beginner to the more experienced player.
Football Trials (for 3 competitive teams):
Friday 13th September on 3G1&2 16:00-18:00 Competitive Team Trials.
Saturday 14th September on 3G2 10:30-13:30 Competitive Team Trials.
Sunday 15th September on 3G2 14:00-16:00 by invite only& Returning Players.
Location: Astro Turf Pitch, Peffermill Playing Fields
(see map below)
Recreational and Development Team Open session:
Friday 13th September 14:00-16:00.
Saturday 14th September 12:00-14:00.
Location: 5-a-side pitches, Peffermill Playing Fields
(see map below)
Futsal open session:
Monday 16th September 7:30-9:00 am.
Friday 20th September 7:30-9:00 am.
Location: Pleasance Gym (Sports Hall)
46 Pleasance, Edinburgh EH8 9TJ
Sign up for these at the Sports Fair during Welcome Week or by filling out the form below.
This will take place at the Centre for Sport & Exercise (CSE) in Pleasance 10-4:30 Wednesday 11th &Thursday 12th September.
If you cannot make either of the sessions, do not fear! There is still opportunity to come along and join EUWAFC - let us know by any means or at Sports Fair that you are interested but cannot come on the 14-15th Sept!
For more information, do not hesitate to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or send us a message on Facebook or Twitter
Information about the trials will be available at the Sports Fair when you sign up but please ensure you bring appropriate clothing (eg football shorts/shirt/socks), football boots (no metal studs), shin pads, plenty of water and possibly a jacket depending on the weather.
Missed Trials This Year?
It's quite common that sometimes people are unavailable for trials, change their mind, or simply don't know that they're happening. If this is you DO NOT BE DISCOURAGED! We would still love for you to be a part of the club. Our first piece of advice would be to get involved with our Recreational programme, if you contact us we will be able to put you in a team and get you playing straight away. If it is one of our 3 teams you were aiming for then playing Rec is a great way for coaches to watch you and, come January when we hold open training sessions for a week, there will be an opportunity for you to impress them again and potentially become part of their squad. If you are currently playing for a club team and/or have played a a high level previously, please get in touch at any point as there are many ways that you can still become a part of the setup after trials.