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Elmbridge Primary School Girls Football Team

Runners-up in the GPSFA Girls League Play-off Finals 2021


Well done to Elmbridge primary school girls football team in their play-off finals. In our first game of the tournament, they beat Kingsway 6-1 in a convincing win. In our second game, we managed to score two well-earned goals to beat Castle hill 2-0. In the teams third match against Coney hill they drew 1-1 after leading the match for the majority of the game unfortunately the opponents equalized in the last minute. In the fourth game we played Churchdown and lost our first game of the day 1-0. In the teams final match, we played Hempsted knowing that a win would make us overall winners. However, even with the teams best efforts and numerous chances created the game finished at a 0-0 draw. This resulted in the team finishing runners-up of the tournament with a superb display by our team and unlucky not to be overall winners.

Well done to Molly, Chloe, Fatima, Zahraa, Elouise, Amira, Tilly and Olivia.

The Player of the tournament goes to Elouise.

Thank you to all the parents for their support of the team and the help of transport to the match.

Elmbridge Primary School Girls Football Team Runners-Up in the ESFA Schools 7-A-Side 2021

Well done to the Elmbridge girls football team who finished runners up in the ESFA 7-A-Side tournament at Oxstalls sports park.

They played St Pauls in their first match in the league and won 1-0 in a close match. In the second game they beat Upton 1-0 and this set them up for their last match against Robinswood which the team needed to at least draw to get through to the semi finals, they played some of their best football and had a resounding 2-0 win to make the semi finals.

The semi final match was played against Longlevens, where in the game the team could of been 2-0 up if it wasn`t for some good goalkeeping by the opposition, with Elmbridge also hitting the crossbar. The match headed to a penalty shootout with Molly saving two penalties to send us into the final. 

 The final was a close affair against Hempsted where neither team could get ahead in the match resulting in yet another nail biting penalty shootout. Unfortunately Elmbridge were edged out 4-3 on penalties to finish a well deserved runners up. 

A big well well done to Molly, Chloe, Fatima, Zahraa, Amira, Elouise, Sophie and Tilly.

Girl of the Tournament - Chloe Robinson 

Elmbridge Primary School Football Team Runners-up in the ESFA Schools' 7-A-Side 2019

On Thursday 26th September, the Elmbridge football team played in the final of the Gloucestershire 7-a-side tournament after two great qualifying rounds. In our 1st game we beat Carlton 5-0 with Charlie and Aayaan scoring two and Theo getting the other. Our 2nd game we played a tough match against Fieldcourt, the match was very even but Fieldcourt ended up winning 1-0. In our 3rd game we had to win to qualify. We played Dinglewell, a brilliant corner from Zak led to another Charlie goal and when Aayaan passed the ball in the bottom corner after a 1 on 1 we won 2-0. We had qualified. In the semi-final we played Longlevens, we wanted revenge from last week. We played brilliant in defence and attack, when Charlie put a great ball into Aayaan who took his chance and slotted it in the bottom corner which meant we had beaten Longlevens and qualified for the final. We played Fieldcourt and unfortunately fell short losing 4-0. It was a great effort from all of the team and everyone played really well. Thanks to the teachers and all our parents for support. Aayaan, Charlie, Harry, Lewis, Theo, Zac, Deshay and Jayden. 

Elmbridge Primary School Girls Football Team 2019 (Hartpury College Five-a-side Football Tournament)

Hartpury 5-a-Side Tournament On Thursday 14th November, a Year 6 and Year 4 team took part in a girls’ indoor five-a-side tournament at the new Hartpury sports academy. The Year 6 team were just edged out of the final on goal difference but did the school proud with their hard work and skill. The Year 4 team, in their first tournament, showed some great determination and skill against other schools who played with Year 5 and 6 children.  Well done to the Year 4 players who thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Well done to all the teams:          Year 6 Kaitlyn, Chloe, Martha, Isobel, Winnie, Holly and Sophia.  Girl of the match went to Chloe.                       Year 4 Fatima, Chloe, Sophie, Zahraa, Elouise, Molly, Amira and Matilda. Girl of the match went to Zahraa. 

Elmbridge Primary School Girls Football Team 2019

Well done to the Elmbridge School Girls Football Team who played in the women's World Cup themed event at Oxstalls Sports Park on Friday 12 July.

There were two year groups that played four games each, the Year 4/5 girls won one game, drew two and lost one.

The Year 3 girls in their first tournament showed great determination and skill and they also won one, drew two and lost one.

Well done girls.

Year 4/5 - Millie, Lottie, Bethanie, Tianah, Joanna, Jeslyn, Sophia and Chloe.

Year 3    - Rumana, Molly, Amira JT, Lily, Amira B, Tilly and Chloe.


Elmbridge Primary School Girls Football Team Runners-up in the Hartpury 5-a-side Tournament 2019

Well done to the Girls 5-a-side Football teams who put on a fantastic display of their football skills at the recent Hartpury College Tournament.  The Year 6 ‘A’ Team and Year 5 ‘B’ Team both finished top of their groups. The girls played each other in the semi-finals with the ‘A’ Team going through on penalties. The final was a closely fought contest and the girls ended runners up for the second year running.  Well done to Emma, Milena, Sana, Erin, Poppie & Taya (Year 6) Kaitlyn, Ruby, Taya, Winnie, Holly & Isobel (Year 5). 

Elmbridge Primary School Girls Football Team Runners-up at Hartpury 5-a-side Tournament 2018

Elmbridge Primary School Girls Football Team

Runners-up in Hartpury 5-a-Side Tournament 2018

Elmbridge girls football team played at the Indoor Five-a-Side Tournament at Hartpury College. They had wins against Dinglewell A team and St Mary’s B team and drew their other two games against St James’ B team and Finlay A team to qualify for the semi-finals where they overcame St James’ A team to take their place in the final. They then played St Pauls in a tight game which ended 0-0 with Elmbridge losing out on penalties 3-2.

Well done to Emma, Milena, Taya T, Sana, Taya W and Erin and a big thank you for all the support received.


Elmbridge Primary School Girls Football Team Runners-up ESFA 7-a-side 2018

Congratulations to Elmbridge Girls’ Football Team!

On the 11th October, the Elmbridge Girls’ football team played at Oxstalls Sports Park on the new 3G pitch. The girls won their group with draws against Finlay and Upton, and wins against Churchdown and Meadowside, playing some scintillating football. The finals of the tournament were played between Highnam, Elmbridge and Abbeymead with Elmbridge drawing against Abbeymead and just losing out 1-0 to Highnam. Thank you to all the parents for their Support

Elmbridge Primary Girls Five-a-side Football Team Finals Night 2018

Congratulations to the Girls football Team on Five-a-side Finals Night.They progressed through to the Semi Finals by finishig top of their group and remaining unbeaten.They lost in the semi finals in a tough match and ended up third overall in the tournament, from the thirty three schools that entered.

Well Done to-Laiba, Rubie, Lainey, Erin, Aliyah, and Erin.

Elmbridge Primary School Girls Football Team Finished in -Third Place

(33 Football Teams entered)

Elmbridge Primary School Girls Five-a-Side Football Team 2018

Well done to the Girls Football Team in the Five-a-side Tournament at GL1.They won all of their League Matches to top their group and qualify for the finals night .

Well done to Aliyah, Rubie, Erin, Lainey, Jasmine, and Erin.

Elmbridge Primary School Girls Football Team Runners-up in the County Finals

Congradulations to Elmbridge Primary School Girls Football Team at Oxstalls Sports Park in the County Finals.They played each team twice in the county finals losing 1 drawing 5 and winning 2, They showed great team spirit,skill and determination to finish runners-up in the county finals.

Elmbridge Primary School Girls Football Winners of the ESFA 7-a-Side

Well done to Elmbridge primary school girls football team, who won the E.S.F.A. 7 a- side tournament at Oxstalls sports park.  Elmbirdge won their group by beating Meadowside 2-0, Widden 1-0, and drawing 0-0 with Longlevens. They played in the finals group with Upton-St- Leomards and St Peters school.They played each team twice, beating Upton 1-0 then drawing 0-0.

They beat St Peters 1-0 then drawing 0-0. To finish top of their group and win the tournament. 

They now go onto play in the county girls football finals, date yet to be confirmed. 


Well done to  Erin T, Rubie, Aliyah Y, Lainey, Aliyah W, Chloe, Milena and Erin S. 

Thank you to all the parents for their support.

Elmbridge Primary School Year 4/5 Girls Football Team

Well done to the girls year 4/5 football team who played away at Kingsholm Primary School. 

They showed great skill and teamwork to win 3-0.

Well done Aliyah, Ava, Rubie, Erin.T, Amara, Taya, Erin.S and Lainey.

Elmbridge Primary School Year 3/4 Girls Football Team

Well done to the Girls year 3/4 Football Team who showed great determination to win there first ever game against Kingsholm 2-0

Girls Football K.O. Cup

Elmbridge  1  Waterwells  0


Elmbridge Girls football Team progressed through to the semi-Finals of the cup with a hard fought victory over Waterwells. Fantastic determination and team spirit from all the girls will set them up with a home Semi-Final against Upton-St-Leonards:

Well done to Erin, Rubie, Ella, Seren, Etoile, Lainey, Kimberly, and Izabela

Girls Football Five-a-Side Finals Night at GL1 (Elmbridge Runners-up)

On 19th January 2017 the Elmbridge  Primary girls 5 a side football team competed in the finals night at GL1. Our first match was against Linden and we beat them 4-1.Our second match was against Beech Green, after 8 tense minutes of playing the final result was 0-0.Our third and final match was against Hempsted- we needed to win this to go into the semi-final. We started of well and within the first two minutes we had scored. Two more goals followed after this leaving the end result 3-0 to us. In the semi-final we played Upton. After 8 tiring minutes of football,the score was still 0-0.Then it went to golden goal,Still none of us could score and it went down to penalties and we won 3-2 to reach the final.we played Highnam in the final and eventually lost 4-0,well done to all the girls for the great football and determination to reach the final.                                                                                         By-Seren Jones


Girls Five-a-side Football

Well done to Elmbridge girls five a side football team who topped their group by winning all four of their matches and will now qualify for the finals night at GL1.

Rubie, Etoile, Seren, Ella, Erin and Lainey.

Girls 7-a-side football league play-off finals

Well done to Elmbridge girls football team who put up a spirited performance in the finals of the girls football.They Qualified as one of the best four teams in Gloucester,they played three matches at Oxstalls sports centre drawing two and losing one.

Team-Rubie,Etoile,Seren,Lainey,Ella,Erin,Kimberly,and Erin

(I would like to thank the parents for all their support)

 Elmbridge primary year 4,5and 6 footballers played another match against Kingsholm at half time the score was 7-0 to Elmbridge. In the end we won 9-0 many thanks to all of the girls for all of their hard work. 
Well done to Elmbridge primary school girls football team as they played their first  league game of the season at Calton  primary school .The girls team were 3-0 at  half time  they eventually ran out of  winners at the end and won 5-0 the team was mei,Ella,Rubie Etoile,Seren,Lainey,Erin,and Kimberly.   By Tegan
Well done to Elmbridge Primary School girls year 3/4 football team who played in the Gloucester football festival at Oxstalls sports park. The year 3/4 girls played five matches winning 4 and drawing 1.
Congratulations to Elmbridge Primary School Y4/5 boys football team for collecting the bronze medal at Gloucestershire University Football Festival on Friday 20th May.

Well done to Elmbridge girls football Team who played in the Gloucester Schools Festival at Gloucester University on Thursday. The girls team finished top of their group. They palyed 4, won 3 and drew 1 to qualify for the semi-finals, where they played Water wells in a hard fought match. Elmbridge came out top on penalties 3-1 to qualify for the final against Robinswood, who eventually beat Elmbridge 3 -0 to take the winners medal.

Team - Mai, Ella, Rubie, Seren, Etoile, Lainey, Lucy, Kimberley and Erin.



On Thursday 25th February the Elmbridge school football team played Fieldcourt in the 2nd leg of the cup away. In the first half we were pressuring well but we couldn't quite score. A few minutes later there was a scramble in Fieldcourt's box and it came to Scott who scored . Which made the score 1-0.

Football Tournament

On the 13th January Elmbridge girls football team went to a tournament at GL1. 1st we played Abbymead and won 2-0. 2nd we played Hardwick and won 3-0 .3rd we played Huntley and we won . Finally we played Meadowside and they won 3-0 .Ella saved amazing pently that had to be read one. Thank you Mrs Howard and Mr Barnet and Mr Stevenson .By Megan 


Elmbridge 4 v Longlevens1

On Thursday on the 7th January the school football team played Longlevens at home. In the first few minutes they scored which made it 1-0 to Longlevens straight after that Thomas scored making it 1-1 at half time . In the second half we dominated the game and Dan then went on to score 2-1 to make it and then Tom scored two which ment that it was 4-1at the end of the game . A fantastic performance from Elmbridge aganst a Longlevens team who had previouse been unbeaten.

By Luca and Megan









On the 5 the Elmbrige school football team played Tredworth home. In the first half we were playing well and we were on the edge of the box where Tom scored to get us infront . In the second half, Tredworth were pressing and unfortunately the ball slipped through and they scored. A few minutes later we had the ball and Dan scored a left foot shot to make it 2-1 but with two minutes to go Tredworth responded quickly and look a shot that just went in the far corner. In the last minutes left Scott had the ball in the middle and took a long shot and beat the keeper. 

By Caleb and Megan




1 October the Elmbridge school football team went to play Dinglewell and in the first half it was neck and neck . At the end of the first half dinglewell was leading 2-0 the next half Daniel had a long shot and the keeper tap it on to the bar . After a few minutes Shiyak score a screamer from far out chipping the keeper which bought their spirit up. The final score was 2-1 to them. 

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On Thursday 15th January the Elmbridge Primary's  School's girls five-a-side took part in a tournament at Gl1. We played 6 matches; we won 1, drew 3 and lost 2.  All The girls played to their best and they all had a great time. - Misbah and Aalia 

Elmbridge Primary School Football Team 2012-13 ESFA Danone National Finals