Source: Sean Ryan for FA

Yeovil Town Ladies launch SSE Girls Wildcats football centres

Seven brand new girls Wildcats Centres are being launched by Yeovil Town Ladies Football Club (YTLFC) across the region. The Wildcat initiative, created exclusively for girls, offers organised sessions in a fun and engaging environment. The new Centres will be launched during the FA’s inaugural Girls’ Football Week (Monday 23 April – Sunday 29 April).

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Source: The FA

Jess Sigsworth FA WSL2 Player of the Month

Doncaster Rovers Belles’ Jess Sigsworth has been selected as the FA WSL 2 Player of the Month for March. Sigsworth ensured her side made it nine league wins in a row in the FA WSL 2 after two impressive performances this month. Netting in both games, Sigsworth maintained her status as leading goal scorer in

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Neville aims for top spot

England may have moved to a new high of second in the FIFA world rankings but newly-appointed boss Phil Neville admits it’s all about top spot for the Lionesses. The former Manchester United and Everton defender will lead his country on home soil for the first-time when England tackle Wales in a World Cup qualifier

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Houghton and Nobbs return to England line up

Steph Houghton and Jordan Nobbs have given Phil Neville a boost with their recall to the England squad for the resumption of FIFA Women’s World Cup qualifying next week. Houghton and Nobbs, of Manchester City and Arsenal respectively, are back in the fold after each missed the SheBelieves Cup in the United States earlier this

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Arsenal stars surprise junior super fans

Make Dreams Goals, The SSE Women’s FA Cup campaign which encourages 7-15 year olds to share their dreams, has surprised two young super fans with a kickabout they’ll never forget. Arsenal and England players, Jordan Nobbs and Leah Williamson, shocked Gunners fans Hollie and James after they submitted a dream of one day playing with

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