Squad Girls Football

Squad Girls’ Football

A fun and friendly environment for girls age 12-14

If you’re aged 12 to 14 and are keen to kickstart or continue your football journey, then Squad Girls’ Football is just what you need!

Offering a fun, non-competitive way to play football locally, Squad Girls’ Football caters for all, whether you’re completely new to the sport, are looking to transition from Weetabix Wildcats, or simply want to give it a go!

Sessions are designed to help develop core skills, both on and off the pitch, whilst allowing you to have your say about how the sessions run and what activities you take part in.

From gaining confidence and learning key leadership skills, to perfecting your passing and dribbling – Squad has it all! What’s more, Squad provides the perfect place to make friends for life and have loads of fun and laughs along the way!

Things to note:

• Sessions usually last around one hour
• Each session has around 15 – 20 participants
• No commitment required, you can come to as many or as few Squad sessions as you like!

Visit the England Football website for more information and #FindYourSquad today!


Interested in offering Squad Girls' Football sessions? 

If you are interested in providing Squad Girls' Football sessions and would like any further advice or information please get in touch with us and we'll be happy to help. For more detailed information about Squad Girls' Football, what is involved with providing sessions and the support you would receive in terms of funding and resources, please download the Guidance document.

If you have any questions about Squad Girls' Football in Hertfordshire please contact Beth Dawes on 01462 650224.

FA Women and Girls Strategy 2020-2024

Inspiring Positive Change

The FA's strategy pledges to create a sustainable future for women's and girls football in England, outlining eight transformational objectives to be achieved by 2024.

These include ensuring girls have equal access to football in schools and clubs, developing high performance pathways for players, and supporting the development of female coaches and referees throughout the game.

Download the Strategy Document