Girls PLaying Football

Under 16s

Opportunities for players aged U7 - U16

Girls Football in Hertfordshire is thriving

More and more young players are getting into the grassroots game

There has been a huge explosion of interest in female football in recent years, with a professional women's league established, England matches attracting audiences of millions on TV and the Lionesses playing in front of a sold out crowd at Wembley for the first time.

This has also been reflected at grassroots level, with a massive growth in girls taking up the game. With high profile heroes of their own to provide inspiration, we have seen an incredible 50% increase in the number of girls teams in Hertfordshire in just two years. 

Whether it's a Wildcats Girl's Football Centre that lets girls get a first taste of the game in a fun and friendly enviroment, or playing regularly with one of the many girls teams or clubs across the county, there has never been more opportunity for girls to get into the game.

 

our Local girls only league

Herts Girls Football Partnership League

The Herts Girls Football Partnership League (HGFPL) is an FA Charter Standard football league for girls and young women that want to play the beautiful game in the county.

The HGFPL provides competition for players from U8 - U18 - offering formats for all ages, from small sided to 11v11.

HGFPL on Full Time

 

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.