Delivered in partnership with The Football Association,
Premier League Girls Football aims to provide opportunities for females aged 11
and over to take part in the sport in a local community setting.
From the start of the 2016/17 season, Tottenham Hotspur are one of almost 90 professional clubs who provide a wide variety of
sessions aimed at different audiences, through the programme. The Tottenham Hotspur Foundation have taken part in the programme over the last three years, with more than 600 girls engaged in
the PL Girls Football programme in the last five years.
Clubs deliver innovative sessions such as glow in the dark
football to emphasise the fun, social element of the sport and soccercise that
uses football as way to keep fit. For participants who want to progress in the game clubs
create pathways with local community clubs to provide long term participation
opportunities, whilst many clubs also deliver elements of the female talent
The programme has two main objectives:
- To increase the number of women and girls
playing football on a regular basis
- To increase the opportunities for women and
girls to develop skills and confidence and progress within the pathway as a
player, coach or official
The programme achieves this by providing a fun and informal
environment, allowing participants to progress at their own pace and make
friends at the same time.
The programme culminates in an annual event held prior to
the Women’s FA Cup Final at Wembley Stadium providing young people the
opportunity to represent their club and meet new people.
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The Tottenham Hotspur Foundation is committed to providing opportunities and programmes for all our communities. If you are unsure whether this programme is accessible to you, please contact the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone: 0208 365 5138 for more information.
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