#LetGirlsPlay Football Sessions
Pssst…not sure if you’ve heard - the BIGGEST ever Women’s sporting event hosted in England is coming this summer, the UEFA Women’s EURO 2022.
This is an incredible moment that will inspire women and girls to want to get involved in our much-loved national game.
So how can you maximise this opportunity?
Whether you’re already delivering women and girls’ football or want to take that first step to bring it into your club, #LetGirlsPlay Football Sessions are not to be missed this July. Sign up now to get involved – you could even win some England tickets if you’re one of the first clubs 50 to register!
What do #LetGirlsPlay Football Sessions look like?
During the week, at the weekend, morning, or evening – you decide! Our aim? To celebrate the UEFA Women’s Euros 2022 and give women and girls’ the opportunity to get involved with football in their local community – any age, any ability.
Whether you want to use one of your own session plans or want a bit of inspiration from our free resources – it’s up to you. All we ask is that you capture your sessions and shout about it across social media using #LetGirlsPlay.
How do I get my club involved?
All it takes is three simple steps…
1. Click here
2. Set your club up on the England Football Events Portal
3. Get your session(s) added
FAQs for Clubs and Providers
Find more info and resources to download here
1. Wildcats and Squad applications open in August
2. FUNDING OPPORTUNITY IN AUGUST!
Sported have partnered with Barclays to launch the new Barclays Community Football Fund, offering small grants, training, kit and exclusive ticketing offers to make football more accessible in communities across the UK.
Barclays believe in creating opportunities for all through access to football. Through the Barclays Community Football Fund, we want to grow participation in football at every level.
Grants of £500 are available for groups wishing to start offering football, those keen to expand their existing provision to new audiences or those already delivering football to under-represented young people. Alongside the grants, the programme will be offering training and support resources to groups to help reduce inequalities in the participation of football.
The programme will focus on including girls and young people from lower socio-economic and under-represented groups: including racially diverse communities, people with disabilities, and people from the LGBTQ+ community.
Applications are currently open to Sported members, then will open to non-Sported members from August.
Find out more here