Women & girls football is on the rise in London!
Women & Girls Football continues to be the #1 female team sport in England, with just almost 3 million people playing the game!
There are now more opportunities than ever before for women and girls in London to get involved in the game - regardless of age, ability or ambitions. Whether you want to be part of the next generation of Lionesses and take to the world stage or just want to play casually, there's an opportunity for you.
SSE Wildcats: A programme designed to inspire girls aged between 5-11 to get into the game! The sessions take place on a weekly basis, either after school or at weekends, subject to local organisers. Click the SSE Wildcats box below to find local organisers.
London Leopards: A scheme will consist of football sessions led by female coaches, to engage girls aged 7-11 years old who might never have played the sport before. The focus of the initiative will be to introduce young girls to football in a fun and relaxed atmosphere, with emphasis placed on the social and fitness aspects of the sport.
Capital Girls League: Launched in 2011 as a joint venture between the Middlesex FA and London FAs with the aim of increasing the number of young females playing football across the capital. Click the Capital Girls League box below for more information and to find a team.
London County Saturday Youth Football League: This is a youth football league covering the London area with girls divisions from U7 to U21. Click the London County Saturday Youth Football League box below for more information and to find a team.
Greater London Women's Football League: GLWFL is an amateur competitive women's football league based in Greater London. For more information and to find a team, click the Greater London Women's Football League box below.
The St Mary's FA Women's High Performance Football Centre: The aim of 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 game. The centres will provide an educational and community-based setting to recruit, develop and deploy coaches, who will lead and inspire player development specifically in the women and girls game. For more information click here to contact Nathan Simpson, Head of Coach Development at St Mary's.