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Prism FC

Prism FC secured their league 1 status at the first time of asking after having a steady and progressive campaign in league 2 last year. Shankly once said, the success to a good team is a solid spine and this is exactly what bodes well for Prism! Expect big things from them next time around…​


Body Coach

Body Coach have one of our very own plying his trade at the back and although this could be frowned upon by some, it’s fair to say his organisational skills are priceless and have gone a long way to keeping them in the top flight. Moving aside from boosting his ego even further, Body Coach actually have a complimentary blend of players throughout, which is no surprise as some of their results have been of high value this campaign.


Crews Hill

Crews Hill never cease to surprise. Despite struggling for most of their league 1 tenure, when their squad is fit and firing on all cylinders , they match anyone. What they lack in agility and speed, they make up for in passing ability and attractive football.


Green Giants

On their day, Green Giants can give anyone a game, with a high energetic and grafting ethos providing the spine of their team. Giants have endured mixed success in the league and although their battling spirit has seen them beat all of the top teams, we feel the cup competition could be their best shot at silverware this season.



Crusaders are tipped to win our new award for next season – “Team of the Year” for their punctuality, fair play and record of never being in debt! On the football side of things, their not a bad team either! Crusaders boast a mixture of young talented, with an ‘experienced’ head in goal, ensuring the discipline remains in tact at every match. A great side to watch with quick football and devastating speed!


RBC Tigers

RBC epitomise the ethos of this league. Whilst they take their football seriously and are competitive in every game, their attitude towards their opponents on and off the field is faultless. Despite modelling a slightly dubious orange Brentford kit, their football is normally a joy to watch and with a handful of titles to boast, they are always challenging for silverware!



After losing a key team member early on in the campaign, they have since rebuilt and come back stronger as a team unit. Their togetherness is clear to see and on their day their football is a joy to watch. Long may it continue…


Three Lines

Three Lines make up our final trio of sides to have joined last year. Unfortunately, they have struggled to adapt to the pace of indoor football, so maybe there is some truth in the myth?! Having said that, they have always conducted themselves professionally and with one season’s experience under their belt, they could go on to greater things next time around…


Team Lila

Team Lila offer us our European hit! Predominately Portuguese based, this side have shown some expansive football and how the beautiful game should be played minus the sunshine! Prone to struggle with the early kick offs as no doubt they’re still mid way through a siesta, next season’s night owls could come back to haunt us!



After a short sabbatical, RCS have come back hungrier, faster and more competitive. After running the eventual cup winners, MDU right to the wire last year, they have rarely taken their foot of the gas in the league and look set to enjoy a spell in the top division next Campaign – well done!


Old Danes

Old Danes, on their day, are by far the most talented and free flowing side PMI have ever witnessed. Their mix of mature and slightly younger players gives them the edge over most sides within the PMI umbrella. Their record of league titles speaks for itself!


The Lane

The Lane are one of three teams to have been with us from the very start. Although they have seen many players come and go and even strayed from the traditional red kit for a period, their name has lasted throughout! A great bunch of guys on and off the pitch and we hope they’re still with us in many years to come…


Ricky Raiders

Take a bow! This group of old school friends have take the division and their first spell with PMI by storm! The general rule of indoor football and especially at PMI suggests that teams take one even two seasons to adjust to the pace and style of play, but Ricky Raiders have blown that theory out of the window! Well done chaps and good luck next time around in League 1…


Ricky All Blacks

All Blacks fall into the category of ‘original members!’ This group of local lads (giveaway is in the name!) came together to dominate the league titles and cup evenings. There notorious battles with Renault, Los Reyes and more recently Old Danes have gone down in history as 5-aside gold! A brief spell away at one of the outside leagues gave a few sides a chance to win some silverware, but All Blacks soon realised that the grass was certainly not greener and we’re delighted to have them back – wouldn’t be the same without them!



One of three new sides this campaign in League 2 and the first and only side to boast three female players! Don’t be mislaid by their profile picture; their female compatriots have played pivotal roles to their recent success with a chance of promotion still a pipeline dream…

Musketeers 2015 Cup Winners


Musketeers have been the surprise package for me this campaign, as every week they appear to field a different set of players and yet continue to hold their own in the top half of the league! Granted, injuries have taken their toll on this team, but they are always an outside bet for silverware in the cup competitions; a Tottenham Hotspur of the PMI league: should always achieve more!