The Warrington Junior Football League is looking to develop a girls’ league, which would commence in 2019/20.
Established as the biggest league in the North West, the Warrington Junior Football League is currently seeking interest from any clubs interested in entering a team for the inaugural season.
The girls’ league would run an initial spring/summer league – starting between April and May 2019 – with games taking place at Birchwood High’s new 3G pitch. This would act as an introduction for newly-developed teams preparing for a first season of competition.
All clubs interested in developing a female provision are encouraged to get in touch with Anna Farrell, Football Development Officer at Liverpool FA, via firstname.lastname@example.org or 0151 523 4488 (Ext. 110), as several opportunities are currently available such as the SSE Wildcats Centre programme and the Football Foundation’s Grow the Game funding initiative.
Speaking on the development of a girls’ league for the Warrington Junior Football League, Anna said: “This is a fantastic opportunity and we’re thrilled that the Warrington JFL is fully committed to developing the female game.
“Opportunities are currently available for clubs looking to develop a girls’ section through the SSE Wildcats Centre programme. In the New Year, any clubs can apply for the Football Foundation’s Grow the Game funding, which can enable a girls’ team to get up and running.”
Any clubs with girls’ teams wishing to enter the new Warrington JFL’s Girls’ League must:
Download and complete the team registration form by clicking here
Once complete, return via email to Gary Goodwin, Warrington JFL Secretary, via email@example.com