Get involved with Wildcats Girls' Football Clubs
Have fun, make friends, play football.
In 2017 The Football Association launched a new initiative called Wildcats, designed to inspire girls aged between 5-11 to be involved in the sport.
Wildcats Girls’ Football Clubs provide girls with regular opportunities to play football and take part in organised sessions in a fun and engaging environment created exclusively for girls. 200 clubs have been established across England throughout the spring and summer.
The sessions take place on a weekly basis, either after school or at weekends, subject to the local organiser. They will provide a safe environment where girls with no football experience can; have fun engaging with sport, develop fundamental skills, try a variety of sessions, learn new things and create foundations for a lifelong love of sport.
Alongside the football for girls activities, there will also be opportunities for the attending parents, carers and siblings to engage with sport in ‘Family Sessions’, e.g. Soccercise/Walking football at the same time.
Each Wildcats club will be run in conjunction with local County FAs and utilising qualified coaches and local facilities to offer girls a location nearby where they can get involved.
Wildcats were established with support from UEFA, FIFA and The Youth Sport Trust.
For more information on Wildcats sessions near you, please contact Suffolk FA Girls' & Women's Football Development Officer Rebecca Bolton.
To find out more about The FA Girls' Wildcats Football Centres and the benefits of Wildcats click here