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Ealing Trailfinders Community Department | What We Offer

What We Offer

The Ealing Trailfinders Foundation and Community Department's vision is to be the number one multi-sports provider in Ealing, aiming to make lives better through sport. 

To make the most of our world-class facilities, throughout the year we provide a variety of sports clubs, camps, master class sessions as well as competitions for a range of sports not just at Trailfinders Sports Club but around the West of London. 

All our clubs and camps are run by highly trained and dedicated staff that have a real passion for what they do. 


We currently offer the follow clubs; football, mixed ability rugby, women's rugby and netball. We are currently looking to expand into Tennis, Dance and American Football.

Other Clubs

We also have affiliations with Ealing Trailfinders Cricket Club & Ealing Trailfinders Amateurs.


Our popular holiday camps come in two formats. Primary school age participants can get involved with our multi-sports camps, taking part in a variety of different sports and activities, developing their physical literacy. Secondary school participants can take part in our more specialist masterclasses, focussing on the finer technical and tactical aspects of their specialist sport, which currently includes rugby, football, cricket & netball. More information can be found here.

School Partnerships

We build partnerships with local schools: Wetherby Senior School, Clifton Lodge, Ada Lovelace CofE High School, Notting Hill and Ealing High School & West London University all benefit from our professional multi-sport facilities and coaching team. 

Our professional multi-sport community coaches provide support to the schools mentioned above at Trailfinders Sports Club and other schools on-site. Services range from wrap-around activities, supervised lunchtime play and curricular support. Tackle numeracy & tackle literacy programmes help curriculum delivery in those areas by providing small group support. Alongside physical activity, this helps raise standards whilst promoting physical fitness along with other benefits such as concentration, decision-making and cognitive function.