Football (Womens)

Seagals Football - Friendly football sessions in Brighton for LGBT & friends.


Thursdays - Outdoors

WEEKLY SESSIONS

Seagals meet every Thursday from 7:30-9pm at The Manor in Kemptown.

Our sessions are open to all ages & abilities, it's all about having fun and being social.

We start with a warm up and then straight into friendly matches - some weeks we also introduce coaching. Drop us a text if you'd like to join or just turn up and you'll receive a friendly welcome! Most weeks we head out to the pub after for food and/or a social drink.

The nearest bus stop is 'St Marys Hall' which serves popular bus routes 1, 1A, 7 & 23.

WHAT TO WEAR

The pitch is 3G so you can wear trainers, astro/turf trainers (TF), hard ground (HG), firm ground (FG) or artificial ground (AG) boots.

Wear whatever you feel comfortable playing in - there are changing rooms, toilets & showers available.

WHAT IT COSTS

£5. You can play once without being a member but you must join BLAGSS after that. 

OPPORTUNITIES

We are affiliated to Sussex County FA so are provided with exhibition game opportunities including 'Football v Homophobia' throughout the year. In addition we arrange friendly small-sided matches/tournaments against local amateur sports groups which are open to all our players. 

Sussex FA Women's Festival - June

BLAGSS entered a squad of 18 for Sussex FA's women's 6-a-side recreational festival on Friday 22nd June. The festivals aim to bring together social, vets and beginners teams across Sussex to play in a friendly environment officiated by FA referees.

Both teams fought hard across their six fixtures, with many newbies playing their first games outside of our weekly training so a huge achievement for everyone involved. Well-earned pints & burgers were enjoyed afterwards!

BLAGSS Seagals

Captain: Hayley // Results: L W W L D D

BLAGSS Brighthuns

Captain: Laura // Results: D W W W D L

Specials mentions:

** Sas (Brighthuns) for attending her first ever festival since joining us as part of the Gig Buddies scheme

** Tash (Seagals) for player of the festival, a driving force in midfield