We have just been advised by The FA that the next Girls Football Week will be while the Lionesses are competing in the UEFA 2017 Euros.
The aim is to get as many girls playing football as possible and help to double the number of girls playing by 2020.

The Club was the top performing club in the County in the two 2016 Girls Football Weeks and is already constructing it’s plan for events during the 2017 Week – watch this space,

In the meantime the images from the FA email sent to all clubs is below. This picture is of our Under 10s Wildcats!!! Wow!!

WJFC - FA Girls Football Week Save the date 0417WJFC - FA Girls Football Week save date 2 0417

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