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Inspiring Positive Change

The Football Association has today provided an update on the progress made across its women’s and girls’ game strategy – Inspiring Positive Change – since it launched in October 2020. The strategy aimed to create a sustainable future for women’s and girls’ football in England through eight transformational objectives to be achieved by 2024. Following

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England Football Learning

England Football Learning event supports coaches in creating a more inclusive environment for diverse communities Representatives from various football clubs in the southern region, including Arsenal, Brentford, Chelsea and Crystal Palace Club Community Organisations (CCOs), joined The FA and Premier League Charitable Fund at Brentford FC last week for an England Football Learning event to

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The FA marks one year of its Football Your Way Plan

The Football Association [The FA] has marked the first anniversary of its Football Your Way plan by hosting a multi-team camp, at St. George’s Park with England players from across the Senior Men’s Deaf, Partially Sighted and Cerebral Palsy squads, and the Senior Women’s Deaf team. Launched in October 2021, the landmark disability Football Your

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Two new Women’s High Performance Centres launched

The University of Essex and Birmingham City University have joined eight existing universities, which are partnered with England Football Learning, to offer support for women’s and girls’ football coaches at specialist Women’s High Performance Football Centres [WHPFC] across the country. The centres provide an educational and community-based hub to recruit, develop and deploy coaches and

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The FA and NIKE announce partnership for the women’s game

The Football Association (The FA) have announced a multi-year partnership with Nike to become official ball supplier of the Barclays Women’s Super League (BWSL), Barclays Women’s Championship (BWC) and The FA Women’s Continental Tyres League Cup from the 2022/23 season. The agreement will see Nike’s Flight ball technology being introduced for the first time when

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What a performance!

What an incredible performance from the Lionesses last evening. The introduction of new coach Sarina Wiegman seems to have spread confidence like confetti throughout the squad. Whilst other teams have struggled in the second half throughout the tournament Weigman’s substitutes seem to just make the side better. In last night’s Semi-Final it was Sweden who

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