2nd USPE European Police Championship Football Women GB Police Women’s football team will be playing in the 2nd USPE European Police Championship in Prague this week. They will face hosts Czech Republic in their first game on Tuesday 21 June before playing Denmark and then Norway on consecutive days – a really tough schedule. Pools and all fixtures
The GB Police Ladies Football Selection Camp took place in the North East between 4th – 6th May 2016. Twenty five female Police Officers arrived to try and put themselves into the mix for one of 18 places to represent their Country at the European Police Football Championships in Prague 20th – 27th June. The current
GB Police women’s rugby team will take on Bedfordshire University in a ‘Town v Gown’ charity event on 12 March in Luton at Venue 360. Entry is free, kick off is at 1.30pm and there will be a post match raffle in aid of COPS (care of police survivors). Please come along and show your
The last game prior to the 2016 Inter Services campaign for the RAF LRT, saw them take on the GB Police team on 24 February 2016 at Thame FC. Despite an intense week of training in Gibraltar, the RAF got off to a quick start, gaining early possession. RAF Zara Mcintosh had an early chance
On the 9th January 2016 The British Police Ladies took to the field to face a sea of white shirts sporting the familiar red rose. This was the first 15’s game for the Police side and the squad was selected by coaches John Foster and Claire Purdy after seeing the girls train and play during
Thursday 8th October saw GB Police Ladies Football team take on the National Hungarian Police Service in a must win European Qualifier. The GB squad of 15 were made up from 9 different UK forces. The team warmed up with a short training session before flying to Budapest, where it was straight into match day.
The RAF Ladies representative team took on the GB Police ladies team in a warm up match before the GB Police’s European qualifiers. The game looked to be going to the RAF until a killer free kick in injury time leveled the score 1-1. A bright start from both teams saw RAF Captain Zara McIntosh beat