Upload your photos to our new Football Photo Gallery
Monday, 17 June 2024
Calling all alumni! With a mouth-watering month of football having just started, it was fitting that we launched our very own “Football from 1910s until now” photo gallery on Latymer Links.

The European Championships will be 30 days of football fever sweeping the continent, 24 countries dreaming of etching their name into the history books in Berlin on the 14th July.

To celebrate this, we have put together a photo gallery to celebrate footballing memories and successes associated with the school. You can see the Latymer pictures below this article or by going to News > Photo gallery. If you spot anyone you know in the pictures, you can tag them.

But we are sure that many more football-related pictures are in your photo albums, phones and treasure troves! If you have any photos from your football playing days at Latymer, please upload them to our photo gallery. Here is how:
  • Log into Latymer Links. If you already have an account, click “Your account” tab in the top right corner and follow the steps. If you have any issues logging in, please email us.
  • If you do not have an account, follow the instructions on the "How to register" page.
  • Once logged in, go to the photo gallery page (News > Photo gallery).
  • Once on the Photo gallery page, click the green “upload new photos” button on the right. Click “add files”, find the picture(s) you wish to share and click “start upload”. Once all done, click “finish”.
  • Don't worry, you will not be able to immediately see your pictures within the album as we need to approve them first. When this has occurred, you will then find your photos in the Football photo album.
  • When the photos are visible, you will be able to tag yourself and former school teammates and friends by clicking “Tag a member” on each photo.
If you have pictures to upload and get stuck, email us and we'll do it for you.

Our aim is to have a gallery full of photos spanning across decades, which will get you and your former school teammates/friends reminiscing and celebrating your school days on the pitch, particularly in a month where the sport will no doubt captivate the nation. And who knows, maybe this time it really is coming home?