Women's & Girls' Coaching
GET INTO COACHING
Coaching is a great way to get involved in the game by becoming an FA qualified coach, not only are you taking the first steps into a rewarding career, but you can become a role model for the next generation of female coaches and players.
There are courses suitable for everyone no mater their experience or ability there is a starting point for everyone.
Get In Touch
Call the office weekdays 9am - 5pm
Call: 020 8515 1919 (Option 5)
100FC is an award winning coaching programme for females (16+) across London, run by Amateur FA, London FA and Middlesex FA. Women are supported with their first steps in coaching through funding for qualifications, coaching placements and ongoing coach support through mentoring.
The programme aims to address the shortage of female coaches across the capital and support the rapidly increasing player participation numbers with a ready, willing and able workforce who have been given the opportunity to flourish in a safe and developing coaching environment.
Opportunities to be part of the programme are available for both clubs (placements for coaches) and coaches (women aged 16+ in London) through an application process.
Being part of 100FC for coaches includes:
- A season's commitment to the programme
- Opportunity to coach within a grassroots club/programme
- FA DBS, BT Playmaker and Introduction to Coaching Football Course included
- Ongoing mentor support and CPD opportunities throughout the year
- Access to the 100FC network of coaches
Look out for opportunities to be part of programme on our website and socials.
WOMENS HIGH PERFORMANCE CENTRE
The aim of The St Mary’s FA Women’s High Performance Football Centre (WHPFC) is to support and drive The FA’s ambition to increase the number of qualified coaches and improve the quality of coaching, both central to the growth of the women's and girls’ game.
The centres provide an educational and community-based setting to recruit, develop and deploy coaches, who will lead and inspire player development specifically in the women’s and girls’ game.
Establishing a connection with the England talent pathway and FA WSL clubs, the WHPFC will provide talented players with an environment to facilitate both their academic and football ambitions, providing a variety of services such as, coaching, sports science and sports medicine and scholarship opportunities.
Interested in what support they can offer? Contact WHPFC@stmarys.ac.uk or visit the link below.