Greenwich FC needs a trophy cabinet!

Over the years Greenwich FC - an Oxleas service user football team - has amassed a few trophies and medals. Now the side is looking for a nice display cabinet to show them off in.

Greenwich Community Psychiatric Nurse, Hamid Ghazzali, helps run the team. He said: “Obviously in the present economic climate there’s not a lot of money about, so if anyone has a spare display cabinet they don’t want anymore we can find a good home for it.”

Recently Greenwich FC won a league organised by the trust and lost in the final of a World Mental Health Day tournament at Millwall FC – even more silverware.

Getting on for almost 20 years with the trust, Hamid currently works in the Greenwich Recovery team at The Heights in Charlton. He went on: “Last season we were runners up in the London-wide Positive Mental Attitude (PMA) League, a seven-a-side competition with 17 teams in it.

Liverpool fan, Hamid, said: “Now we and five other teams have started our own Grassroots League. Football is a great way of keeping fit and it gives those that get involved in the team a real focus in their lives.

“We now have a pool or about 20 players on our books all of whom live in the borough of Greenwich.

“And I would like to say a big thank you to Bridge 86, a local mental health charity working alongside the community in south London. It provides our football kit.”

If you can help with Hamid’s quest for a cabinet you can call him on 020 8269 4177 or email

Photo caption

Pictured is Greenwich Community Psychiatric Nurse, Hamid Ghazzali, standing second from the right in back row, with some of the members of the Greenwich FC squad.

Published on 22nd November 2010