FA Girls Football Week

FA Girls' Football Week returns!

Middlesex FA staff
FA Girls' Football Week is back! Running from 6th – 12th November, the week long event is our opportunity to get more girls involved in the game.

It’s that time of year again – FA Girls’ Football Week is back this November!

What is Girls' Football week? 

Running from Monday 6th November – Sunday 12th November, The FA Girls’ Football Week is our opportunity to engage as many girls in the County as possible in football. The national campaign will help to achieve The FA’s aim to double the number of females playing football by 2020.

With this in mind, here at Middlesex FA we’re encouraging as many clubs, leagues, organisations, schools, colleges, Universities and other groups as possible to join the rest of the country and put on sessions to celebrate FA Girls Football Week and give even more girls the chance to play football.

How can you get involved?

Whether it’s an ongoing session or something brand new to kickstart girls’ football – follow this link and register your session!

The type of activity you run can include playing, training or educational activities – it’s completely up to you.

Once registered, you will have access to all the resources you need to support you!

Middlesex FA Football Development Officer, Craig Nicholson, said:

‘The FA Girls’ Football Week is a great opportunity for both new and existing providers of girls’ football activities to raise awareness of their activities, recruit new players and volunteers and most importantly, encourage females to get involved in football.  

We’ve had great engagement from our clubs, leagues and educational institutions in previous girls’ football weeks, so I’m incredibly excited to see what everyone has in store for the upcoming week.’

For more information on The FA Girls’ Football Week in Middlesex, please email: craig.nicholson@middlesexfa.com. For help registering an activity, please email: Info@FAGirlsFootballWeek.com.   

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