The FA's SSE Wildcats Football Centres offer Worcestershire girls the chance to play

SSE Wildcats Girls’ Football Centres from The FA will provide Worcestershire girls aged 5-11 with regular opportunities to play football. The initiative offers organised sessions in a fun and engaging environment created exclusively for girls. More than 200 clubs were piloted across England in 2017 and the scheme is now being extended to more than 900 centres with 26,000 participants across the country.

SSE Wildcats Girls’ Football sessions take place on a weekly basis, either after school or at weekends, and provide a safe environment where girls can try football for the first time. SSE and The FA hope the initiative will inspire participants to engage with football, meet new friends, develop fundamental skills, learn new things and create the foundation for a lifelong love of football.

The following sessions are taking place in Worcestershire:  

  • Albion Foundation, Wednesdays 6-7pm, University of Worcester
  • Bromsgrove, Mondays 5-6pm, South Bromsgrove School
  • Catshill - Wednesdays 6-7pm, Catshill Middle School
  • Cookley - Saturdays 2-3pm, Cookley Sport and Social Club
  • Droitwich - Fridays 5:30-6:30pm, Droitwich Spa Football Club
  • Evesham (Prince Henry's) - Tuesdays 6-7pm, Prince Henry's School
  • Evesham (TDMS) - Thursday 6-7pm, The De Montfort School
  • Inkberrow Eagles - Thursdays 6:30-7:45, Inkberrow FC
  • Kingfisher, Tuesdays 6-7pm, South Redditch Sports and Social Club
  • Malvern, Fridays 5-6pm, Dyson Perrins
  • Pershore, Thursdays  (details tbc)
  • Stourport Swifts, Sundays 10-11am, Stourport-on-Severn High School
  • Warndon Villages, Thursdays 6-7pm Perdiswell Leisure Centre
  • Welland, Thursdays 6-7pm, Hanley Castle High School
  • Worcester City, Sundays 10-11am, Worcester University
  • Wyre Forest Phoenix,  Saturdays 9:30-10:30am, Mill Lane, Kidderminster

To sign up for your local session click here

The initiative is in line with The FA’s Gameplan for Growth, with the target of doubling girls’ participation in the sport by 2020. The strategy for women’s and girls’ football at grassroots level includes initiatives alongside SSE Wildcats, such as FA Girls’ Football Week and Primary School Girls’ Festivals.

Kelly Simmons, FA Participation and Development Director, said: “Since the launch of SSE Wildcats we have seen great enthusiasm from the girls taking part to continue learning and playing football. The centres have proved a huge success and we are pleased to be able to considerably grow the size of the initiative in 2018, offering a much higher percentage of girls across the country the opportunity to enjoy football in a safe and inspiring environment.”

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