Girls Untd Myerscough

Girls United Festival

Girls United is coming to Myerscough College

Lancashire FA would like to offer your girls players aged 6-9 years) at the club the opportunity to attend our final Girls United event of the 2014/15 season which will be a 4v4 Non Competitive Festival on Sunday 7th June- 10am to 12pm as part of the very popular (Over 15,000 people attend) Myerscough College Open day)- Each player who attends will receive a FREE Family ticket for the rest of the day however this information will only be sent once your club has registered to attend and you will need to download tickets with information by Lancashire FA which you will be sent after registering- Deadline for registering your team/group/individual will be Friday 5th June at 5pm - Details on the open day: http://www.myerscough.ac.uk/?page=events-view&id=1372

The project is aimed at introducing more girls aged 6-9 years into football opportunities that are available within our Grass Roots clubs in Lancashire and also give current younger players to experience “Playing” rather than just “Training” week in week out.  Players can attend as individuals, girls “development squads” from clubs, schools or other organisations that wish to attend.

The session for the players will consist of fun football games (4v4) along with others and will be led by FA Licenced Coach who has an enormous amount of experience working in the female game working within female Football Futures volunteers. A Star guest will also be in attendance to support the project launch but you will have to be here to meet them!

While the girls are playing football Lancashire FA’s Women and Girls Officer Michael Nadal will be available to chat to clubs regarding the ongoing development of the project and also to answer questions from coaches, teachers or volunteers in attendance.

You must register in advance of the day to help with organisation via the individual registration form (If attending with a parent or Group/Team registration form if attending with a development squad or organisation).

Both of these forms are available to download below
along with details of the day - all ticket information that you will require will be sent to you once you have registered.

The long term project is aimed at assisting our clubs to recruit, retain and develop new teams over a longer period of time in readiness to establish teams at U9’s/10’s into their local leagues.

If you have any questions please contact Michael Nadal (Women and Girls Football Development Officer or ring 01772 624000.

Wildcats

Girls across the UK will be provided with increased opportunities to play football after a new nationwide participation programme was announced.

Related News

View All