Women in Football

by on Mar.06, 2015, under News

There is much debate around Women in Football at the moment.

The Club has the following female involvement: –

2 Managers
2 coaches
8 girls teams
2 Ladies teams
1 Veterans team
1 Girls only academy
1 Club Secretary
1 Treasurer
2 welfare Officers
A new Parents Representatives Group with the chair and secretary both mums and the group predominantly female

BUT we are not complacent and need more girls and women involved in our Club.

What else can we do to get a balanced representation across the club?
We welcome your ideas and involvement.

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