Women's Football in Hertfordshire - Watford Ladies Development Squad lift the Hertfordshire FA Women's County Cup 2016

Women's Football

Get involved in local ladies football 

Unleash your inner Lioness 

From grassroots to the FA Women's Super League - explore the many ways you can get involved with women's football in Hertfordshire

With almost three million active female players, football is the biggest women’s team sport in England – but there is plenty of room for more people to get involved.

There are so many ways for girls and women to join in, no matter what your age or ability level, whether you just want to have a kickabout with your mates or whether you want to be the next Steph Houghton.

Hertfordshire FA supports a number of leagues and opportunities across the County for women and girls to play the beautiful game.

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The FA Women's & Girl's Strategy

game plan for growth

The FA plans to double the number of women and girls taking part in football by 2020.

We have three simple goals to increase the number and diversity of women’s coaches, referees and administrators in the sport at all levels.

  • Double Participation
  • Double Fans
  • Consistent Success on the World Stage

Download the Game Plan for Growth

Supporting the Women's Game in Hertfordshire
Did you know that you can watch some of the biggest stars in the Women's game in our county?


In Hertfordshire we are lucky to have one of the leading FA Women's Super League teams based in our county, with 2018/19 champions Arsenal Women playing home games at Boreham Wood FC. There you can see many of the top female players from around the world in action week in, week out. 

In addition we have several FA Women's National League sides that you can follow, with Watford FC Ladies playing home games at Kings Langely and Stevenage FC Women at The County Ground in Letchworth. 


Follow the links below to visit the club websites for tickets, news and opportunities to support your local team.

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