Lionesses win EURO 2022

Get involved in Female Football

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The Lionesses have inspired us all to be involved in the beautiful game.


The Lionesses have inspired us all and that includes the next generation of female footballers as well as adults, thanks to their incredible success in the Women’s EUROs 2022. They beat Germany 2-1 in the final at Wembley on Sunday, having gone unbeaten throughout the whole tournament.

There are many ways you can get involved in female football across the County, please see below.


Weetabix Wildcats

Wildcats is a non-competitive football session for girls who want to give it a go for the very first time or want to play with other girls their own age. Most importantly, Weetabix Wildcats is all about having loads of fun and meeting new amazing friends.



Squad Girls

Aged 12-14 and keen to kickstart or continue your football journey? Squad Girls’ Football sessions are just what you need! A fun, non-competitive way to play football locally with friends, old and new. Whether you’re completely new to the sport, are looking to transition from Weetabix Wildcats, or simply want to give it a go, Squad Girls’ Football is designed to help develop skills and build confidence, whilst encouraging girls to play their way.



Get into Coaching

The FA’s Introduction to Coaching Football Course is the perfect online football coaching course for anyone looking to take a more active role in the game. Whether you are currently coaching a team or looking to get into coaching, this course will help you create a safe, fun, and positive football environment.



Female Coaching Community

If you are female and actively coaching in Norfolk Football, why not join our Female Coaching Community. We host informal CPD sessions across the season to support the development of our female workforce. The community provides an opportunity to continue to expand knowledge about the game, meet likeminded individuals and create a positive support network.

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Volunteers are the heartbeat of all Grassroots Football Clubs. Volunteering is a great way to stay involved in the game as well as giving something back and allowing others to enjoy playing.




Refereeing is a great way to keep fit, meet new people, stay involved in football, and earn a bit of additional income. Whether you are wanting to challenge yourself and officiate at the highest level possible or simply referee your local youth Club, The FA Referee’s Course is perfect for you.



Women’s Walking Football

Both The FDC in Bowthorpe and The FDC@OpenAcademy host Women’s Walking Football Sessions every week. The sessions are the perfect way to keep playing the game, keep fit and make new friends. Alternatively, it is ideal for getting a taste of football if you’ve never played the game before but are wanting to give it a try.



Find Football

If you are looking in general at ways to get involved in football, you can use England Football’s ‘Find Football’ tool, which allows you to search for all active clubs in your local area.