• We will be hosting the Future Champions Cup, a corporate 5-a-side football tournament, at QPR's Loftus Road Stadium on 15 May 2024
  • The tournament aims to raise funds for the work we do with children and families in the community, supporting them to thrive socially emotionally and academically
  • Corporate teams will play on QPR's renowned pitch, with a full day of competition, followed by an evening of celebration, including drinks, buffet, and prize-giving

This Spring, West London Zone are hosting the inaugural Future Champions Cup, a corporate 5-a-side football tournament to support the work we do with children and young people in our community. We work in an area of deep inequality where 1 in 5 children don’t have access to the support and opportunities they need to take on life positively. With your help, we can support more children so that they can thrive into adulthood.

Get involved

On the day

We’re raising the goalposts for future generations, and we’re inviting you to participate in a football tournament with a difference. Your team will have the unique opportunity to play on a football league pitch and experience the thrill of a championship setting with friends, family and colleagues. Included in your package:

  1. Squad of Eight
  2. Play a minimum of four matches
  3. Team shirts
  4. Shared box to change in
  5. Drinks reception and buffet

Your support will directly help the young people we work with, empowering them to aim high and become future champions in their own right.

How to get involved 

Register your squad: To book your team, contact Susan Robbie at [email protected]

Sponsorship opportunities: Interested in sponsoring the tournament? Contact Susan Robbie at [email protected] to hear more about our Gold, Silver and Bronze packages.

Join the squad

Transforming life chances with sport

By collaborating with schools, local communities and voluntary sector partners, our Link Workers build trusted relationships with children and families, so that they can thrive socially emotionally and academically. Our two-year support plans are tailored to each child’s unique strengths, needs and aspirations. When Katie joined the West London Zone programme, she was at the tipping point of need. She was increasingly withdrawn both in and out of school, and so her Link Worker designed a personalised plan to build her communication skills and confidence through football. As Katie progressed, her grades improved, and she was chosen for the Under 16s female squad at Queen’s Park Rangers – a huge achievement! With your help, we can support more young people like Katie to reach their potential.