RfL Beginner Football Festival

Race for Life Women's Beginner Football Festival

Liverpool County FA is pleased to announce details of our first-ever Race for Life Women’s Beginner Football Festival, which is to take place on Saturday 30 June 2018.

This is no ordinary football festival.

This is about women uniting in aid of one key goal – to come together, play football, raise money – to BEAT CANCER.

Liverpool FA would like to invite ALL women to join our fun-filled festival of football, designed especially for ladies keen to give football a go for the first time and raise money for Cancer Research UK.

Who can get involved?

- There’s no age barrier
- We welcome teams and individuals; if you don’t have a team, we can help you find one!
- Mums, sisters, aunties, friends – it doesn’t matter
- Football mums who watch their children play and want to try it out for themselves
- Women who used to play and are looking to get back into it

Want to get involved? Here are the details:

Venue: Anfield Sports & Community Centre, Breckside Park, Lower Breck Road, Liverpool, L6 0AG
When: Saturday 30 June 2018, 10.00am – 1.00pm
Cost: £30 per-team – all profits are to be donated to Cancer Research UK
Format: 5-a-side (maximum of 12 teams will be able to take part)

Please click here to download a team registration form

Anna Farrell, Football Development Officer at Liverpool County FA, said: “We’re so pleased to have teamed up with Race for Life to deliver our first-ever Women’s Beginner Football Festival. We want to see more women playing and trying football across the region; however, we also feel we have a responsibility to raise awareness and support the work that Race for Life and Cancer Research UK does across Merseyside. 

“We hope that this festival, the first of its kind in Merseyside, is just the start and the first of many more to come, in addition to the establishment of weekly Women’s Beginner Football sessions. We welcome women of all ages and abilities to come down, play football, have fun and raise money as part of Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life.”

For more information on Cancer Research UK, please visit www.cancerresearchuk.org 

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