The Football Association has today submitted its official bid to stage the UEFA Women’s EURO 2021 in England. UEFA’s deadline for bids to stage the tournament is 31 August 2018, with a final decision on the successful host nation to be taken by the UEFA Executive Committee on 3 December 2018. The FA’s decision to
The Football Association [The FA] has today announced its new three-year equality, diversity and inclusion plan called In Pursuit of Progress. The new plan is part of The FA’s commitment, announced in January 2018, to ensure the diversity of those leading and governing football better reflects what we see on the pitch in the modern
Make Dreams Goals, The SSE Women’s FA Cup campaign which encourages 7-15 year olds to share their dreams, has made a young aspiring football photographer’s dream come true. Keira submitted her dream of one day being a football photographer and thanks to the competition spent the day snapping last season’s cup winners Manchester City
Chris Paouros and Nuala Walsh have joined The Football Association’s [The FA] Inclusion Advisory Board [IAB]. The appointments follow new terms of reference for the IAB, which were approved by The FA Board in May 2017 and see a change in its structure to comprise a Chair and six members. Paouros is a consultant specialising
Twice the Health and Nikita Parris call on students to #JoinOurSquad this Girls’ Football Week Buddy health and fitness duo, Twice the Health, and England Women’s forward Nikita Parris are calling on students across the country to #JoinOurSquad this FA Girls’ Football Week, 6 – 12 November 2017. The FA Girls’ Football Week is a
The Football Association has announced its intention to bid to host the 2021 UEFA European Women’s Championship. The FA shares UEFA’s ambitions to grow the women’s game and, following the success of this summer’s UEFA European Women’s Championship in the Netherlands, will officially enter into the bidding process later this year. In March this year
Disney has partnered with the England Women’s football team to challenge the clichés of what it means to be a modern Princess in an effort to promote and inspire girls to fulfil their potential. The Lionesses, led by captain Steph Houghton, have channeled their inner Disney Princesses including Belle from Beauty and the Beast, Jasmine
Kelly Simmons MBE, FA participation and development director, received the Leadership in Sport award at the BT Sport Industry Awards 2016 last week. Simmons, who has been a driving force behind the growth of and participation in the women’s game, was presented the award by England and Chelsea star Eniola Aluko and presenter Dan Walker.