Women & Girls' Football

Women and Girls Football continues to be the Number 1 female team sport as just shy of 3 million Women & Girls play some form of the game in England. It is our aim to engage with female players whatever their age or ability and to signpost them to opportunities that are right for them.

The Women and Girls' national game

With the launch of the 2017-2020 Women's and Girls' football strategy, the FA aim to:

  • Double Participation
  • Double Fans
  • Have consistent success on the world stage

View the full strategy here.

The Women and Girls' game in Middlesex

County Cups 
Please click here to read about the various County Cup competitions available to female clubs in Middlesex.

Capital Girls' League
In line with the new Women and Girls strategy they are widening the age group offer and will run from U7 to U18. If you are interested or have any questions please contact the league secretary on CGL@middlesexfa.com. You will also be able to download the interest form by clicking HERE.

To find out more about the Capital Girls' League, please visit their website.

Futsal
The Middlesex FA runs County, schools and CGL Futsal competitions for both schools and youth clubs and you can find out more about this aspect of our work by contacting Kelly.Hancock@middlesexfa.com.

Opportunities to Play
We already have a number of clubs running female teams and our Find A Club tool can help you locate a club near you. The County FA also fields a Women's Representative Team made up of players from the County. If you are interested in playing representative football, please contact Craig Nicholson at craig.nicholson@middlesexfa.com

SSE Wildcats

Launched in 2017, the SSE Wildcats programme aims to provide girls across Middlesex with increased opportunities to play football. The programme will see 200 SSE Wildcats Girls' Football Clubs opening throughout England this spring, each run in conjunction with the local County FA and their key partners. For more information on SSE Wildcats in Middlesex, click here.

Other Opportunities
The Middlesex FA  runs a mentoring scheme for female coaches and referees which can help women and girls to take their first steps in these rewarding roles. We also offer a range of volunteering opportunities, which can link in to our Football Futures programme. 

Current Participation Numbers
Adult teams – 34
Youth teams – 77
College/University sessions – 10 drop in participants
Disability teams - 1
Female Referees - 26

SSE Wildcats centres - 5
Information updated June 2017

Clubs

If you are looking to find a local club to join in your local area then why not visit our ‘Find a Club’ search tool?   

If you need any further assistance or advice then contact our Football Development Administrator Sarah Whipp on Sarah.Whipp@middlesexfa.com or phone 0208 515 6905.

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