IN recent years, many young female players have progressed through QPR’s youth development teams into the women’s squads.
We continually support players throughout their journey, to help them transition through the female pathway.
Currently, five first-team players all progressed through our Youth Development Phase into the first team, which demonstrates our commitment to rewarding talent.
Players across all age groups receive a technical coaching programme, medical support, performance education and welfare support from our qualified and dedicated multi-disciplinary team.
We will be holding open trials for our U8 and U10 age groups and INVITE ONLY trials for our U12, U14, U16 age groups and women’s squads.
- U8s train once a week and play in the Middlesex Youth League (Mixed Football)
- U10s train once a week and play in the Middlesex Youth League (Mixed Football)
- U12s train twice a week and compete in the Middlesex Youth League (Mixed Football)
- U14s train twice a week and compete in the Middlesex Youth League (Mixed Football)
- U16s train twice a week and compete in the Junior Premier League (Female Football)
Our women’s squads train twice a week.
The first team competes in the London and South East Regional Premier Division and the reserve team competes in the Greater London Women’s League.
Players wishing to trial for the U12, U14 and U16 squads must meet the following criteria:
- Play/have played for a school team or
- Play/have played for a grassroots team or
- Have played for a FA Regional Talent Centre (RTC)
Players wishing to trial for the first team or reserve team must have experience in women’s, youth development, college or university football.
Spaces at our INVITE ONLY trials are limited and players will be invited to attend trials based on the information submitted in an application form, which is below.Create your own user feedback survey
If you cannot view the form, please CLICK HERE to complete it.
U12 and U14 players that are not invited to attend a trial with the above teams, will be offered an opportunity to attend trials for our FDP (Female Development Programme). FDP training sessions are delivered once a week throughout the season.