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The FA announces new streaming platform for women’s football

The Football Association [The FA] will launch a new over-the-top [OTT] live streaming platform, exclusively dedicated to women’s football, from the start of the 2019/20 season. The FA Player, which will be free to use and available online and via a dedicated mobile app, will provide unprecedented live access to over 150 domestic women’s football

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The FA joins forces with Google Cloud

The FA is joining forces with Google Cloud to help drive success for all England teams. As part of a four-year partnership, Google Cloud will become the official cloud and data analytics partner for England and St. George’s Park. The introduction of G Suite applications such as Google Drive, Sheets and Hangouts has already improved

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The winners from the 21st annual FA Women’s Football Awards

The FA Women’s Football Awards has celebrated another exciting year for women’s football. The 21st annual FA Women’s Football Awards were held at St. George’s Park, the home of England teams. The ceremony celebrated the very best of the women’s game including grassroots, domestic and international football. The full list of winners: Unsung Hero –

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The FA WSL Academy Cup and Plate semi-finals

This weekend the first of the Semi-Finals of The FA WSL Academy Cup and Plate competitions will take place. The FA WSL Academy Cup Semi-Finals Sunday 24 March Manchester United        v              Reading Sunday 31 March Arsenal                              v              FA East Region

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Barclays to sponsor The FA Women’s Super League

The Football Association [The FA] and Barclays have today announced a landmark partnership, the biggest ever investment in UK women’s sport by a brand, with Barclays unveiled as the title sponsor of The FA Women’s Super League with effect from the 2019/20 season. The multimillion-pound partnership – running until July 2022 – will see the

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We Only Do Positive!

Gareth Southgate has called upon parents and coaches to support The Football Association’s Respect campaign, having led the contributions to a ‘We Only Do Positive’ handbook.   Research from The FA has shown that 90% of young players perform better with positive encouragement and the insight has shaped the Respect campaign’s new mantra [having been

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The FA bids to host UEFA Women’s EURO 2021

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

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In Pursuit of Progress

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

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