WANTED: FA QUALIFIED COACHES

To apply please send your CV to info@shecanplay.uk

We are looking to add to our coaching teams in 12 NEW locations;

PlayFootball Birmingham
20, Great King Street North, Birmingham, B19 2LF
PlayFootball Swindon
Unit 29 Bramble Rd, Kembrey Park, Swindon, SN2 8HB
Gosling Park
Stanborough Rd, Welwyn Garden City, AL8 6XE
PlayFootball Romford
King George Playing Fields, Eastern Ave W, Romford, RM7 7AY
PlayFootball Bury
Bury College Millenium Centre, Market Street,
Bury, Manchester, BL9 0DB
PlayFootball Luton
Stopsley High School, St Thomas’s Road, Luton, LU2 7UX
PlayFootball Colchester
St Helena School, Colchester Retail Park, Sheepen Rd, Colchester, CO3 3LE
Drapers Field
22 Gordon Rd, London, E15 2DD
PlayFootball York
Stirling Road, Clifton Moor, York, YO30 4TU
PlayFootball Gillingham
London Rd, Gillingham, Rainham, Gillingham, ME8 7RJ
PlayFootball Shepherds Bush
 41 South Africa Rd, London, W12 7RW
Crystal Palace National Sports Centre
Ledrington Rd, London, SE19 2B

 

To apply please send your CV to info@shecanplay.uk

*All coaches must be DBS checked, FA qualified, up to date safeguarding and first aid.

A great turn out for She Can Play’s 5 a side Women’s Tournament

She Can Play & PlayFootball hosted their first 5 a side tournament of the year at Romford in February with a quality turn out. All players keen to attend more Women’s 5 a side tournaments in the future so keep an eye out on She Can Play’s social media pages for their next event.

SHE CAN PLAY LAUNCH 12 NEW WILDCATS CENTRES

 

GIRLS' FOOTBALL SESSIONS

Have fun, make friends, play football

 

The Football Association and SSE teamed up to launch a new initiative in 2017 called SSE Wildcat Centres, we are delighted to be able to announce SHE CAN PLAY will deliver 12 Wildcat centres in 12 NEW locations. Our girls only fun filled, football sessions are designed to inspire girls aged between 5-11 to learn new skills, make new friends and really feel part of the She Can Play team. All our centres are delivered by FA qualified She Can Play Coaches.

The sessions are suitable for girls aged 5-11 years old.

 Register today and receive your first session free.

Locations

PlayFootball Birmingham
20, Great King Street North, Birmingham, B19 2LF
PlayFootball Swindon
Unit 29 Bramble Rd, Kembrey Park, Swindon, SN2 8HB
Gosling Park
Stanborough Rd, Welwyn Garden City, AL8 6XE
PlayFootball Romford
King George Playing Fields, Eastern Ave W, Romford, RM7 7AY
 
 
PlayFootball Bury
Bury College Millenium Centre, Market Street, Bury, Manchester, BL9 0DB
PlayFootball Luton
Stopsley High School, St Thomas's Road, Luton, LU2 7UX
PlayFootball Colchester
St Helena School, Colchester Retail Park, Sheepen Rd, Colchester, CO3 3LE
Drapers Field
22 Gordon Rd, London, E15 2DD
 
PlayFootball York
Stirling Road, Clifton Moor, York, YO30 4TU
PlayFootball Gillingham
London Rd, Gillingham, Rainham, Gillingham, ME8 7RJ
PlayFootball Shepherds Bush 
 41 South Africa Rd, London, W12 7RW
Crystal Palace National Sports Centre
Ledrington Rd, London, SE19 2B

 

Phoenix Sporting Goods Becomes SCP’s Official Equipment Supplier

To celebrate International Women’s Day we are delighted to announce Phoenix Sporting Goods as She Can Play’s Official Equipment Supplier.

Phoenix Sporting Goods was born on the 5th May 2015, to create and distribute a range of strong, performance led brands to the grass roots, sports education and professional markets. With inspirational leadership and world class customer service, Phoenix Sporting Goods aid inspiring athletes and their coaches, from grassroots to sporting professionals.


‘For me it’s very important to create a positive and professional environment for our players to feel comfortable in. Phoenix Sporting Goods are able to provide us with professional,  innovative and robust equipment that will excite, inspire and develop our players.’ 

Kat Clifton – Founder of She Can Play

To view Phoenix Sporting Goods fantastic selection of equipment please see below.

www.phoenixsportinggoods.com

MORE OPPORTUNITIES FOR MORE GIRLS TO PLAY FOOTBALL ACROSS THE UK

She Can Play & Play Football Celebrate Partnership

She Can Play & Play Football Celebrate Partnership

Specialist Football Provider PlayFootball and coaching brand She Can Play are celebrating the FA ‘Girls’ Football Week’ by announcing that they will be bringing more football to more girls throughout the UK.

PlayFootball continue their mission to get more people playing more football by signing a 5 year partnership with She Can Play as part of their Girls football strategy. The female first coaching brand, established by former professional Kat Clifton, share PlayFootball’s mission to drive participation in the game. She Can Play creates a positive learning environment for female development by running high quality coaching sessions run by an outstanding network of coaches, many of whom have represented teams from the Women’s Premier League and Super League. This unique partnership will see new tailored coaching sessions for girls all over the UK at PlayFootball venues.

To celebrate the partnership and promote awareness of ‘Girls’ Football Week’, PlayFootball and She Can Play will be giving away football themed prizes everyday throughout the week through their social media channels.

“She Can Play has had a meteoric rise since the success of our team reaching the final of the FA People’s Cup in 2016. Since then we have become official ambassadors of Sport England’s ‘This Girl Can’ campaign and delivered multiple sessions for young girls wanting to get into football. The partnership with PlayFootball represents the next stage of this journey, enabling us to develop our coaching offering and take it nationwide.”

Kat Clifton – Founder, She Can Play
info@shecanplay.uk

“The momentum behind girls’ football is inspiring, and the Lionesses success in the Netherlands this year has been a big part of this. We’re keen to ensure participation in this area of the sport continues to build. Bringing more high quality She Can Play coaching sessions to PlayFootball venues all over the UK will give more opportunities for girls to develop their skills, grow in confidence and join in on the fun. We’re delighted to announce our partnership with Kat, and see girls’ football continue to go from strength to strength.”

Richard Whitty – Head of Marketing, PlayFootball
richard.whitty@playfootball.net

 

SHE CAN PLAY new delivery partner for Essex FA

ECFA and SCP new delivery partners

ECFA and SCP official delivery partners for 2017/2018 season

 

In line with The FA’s strategy and a change in funding streams the delivery of the Essex FA Girls Player Development Centre has recently undergone a review.  In 2016 The FA grant that supported the PDC was cut and the programme needed to become self-sufficient.   With this in mind we have been working hard to establish a partnership with a local provider.

We are pleased to announce that moving forward the Girls PDC will be delivered in partnership with She Can Play UK.  We are confident that a quality programme will continue to be delivered and the strong links with the Girls Regional Talent Club in Colchester will continue.    This will enable players to access the opportunity for girls to be seen by RTC Coaches and attend an open training session with the programme.

Essex FA.

 

Click on the link below for more information and how to register for the trials. This season there will be four age groups to accommodate U10’s (Years 4 and 5), U12’s (Years 6 and 7) U14’s (Years 8 and 9) and U16’s (Years 10 and 11)

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/SheCanPlayECFAPDCTrialApplication

 

Good Luck!

Friday Night GIRLS’ only Football in ROMFORD

Friday night girls’ only Football !

ALL girls of ALL abilities are welcome to come and play Football. We provide a safe, friendly and positive environment so ALL girls can enjoy playing Football….in a league of her own.

CONTACT US to register your place

Girls' Only Football in Romford, Essex

Girls’ Only Football in Romford, Essex

Excited to announce we will be on the panel for SEASON Issue 03

https---cdn.evbuc.com-images-29918382-200368953847-1-original.jpgSEASON zine
Organizer of SEASON Issue 03: Love Launch
SEASON zine is a cross between a fashion magazine and a football zine. Named after the shared term for time, the publication documents the experiences and rituals of female fashion and football fans. Their perspectives on the world’s most popular sport are explored in thoughtful and intimate ways, focusing on why they care and what they wear.

 

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Join us to celebrate the launch of our LOVE issue with an afternoon of panels, socialising, activities, and FA Cup watching.
Panel 1: The Female Fan Experience in 2017
Since launching SEASON last year, we’ve met brilliant female football fans also striving to improve the perception of women in the game by revelling in our reality. Four of our favourites sit on this panel alongside our Editor in Chief to discuss their experiences, their work and the impact it’s making.
Amy Drucquer of This Fan Girl / Jacqui McAssey founder of Girl Fans / Boiler Room ladies manager Trisha Lewis / Retired sprinter turned Sky Sports Journalist Jeanette Kwakye

Panel 2: Playing for kicks
Ready to kick off or kickstart your playing career but don’t know where to go? There are plenty of fab teams popping up around London on individual missions to connect and empower women using football. We want to spread the word and asked four teams to share their stories and how to get involved.
Ellen Mercer of Wonderkid Football Club / Kat Clifton She Can Play

In addition to the three panels, we will be hosting activities and BIP-LING on the decks.
www.season-zine.com
@season_zine

 

You can order your tickets HERE 

Birmingham Are You Ready ?! #PeoplesCup

For the second consecutive year our She Can Play Women’s Squad reached the People’s Cup National Finals, this year in Birmingham.

 

SHE CAN PLAY THROUGH TO NATIONALS FOR THE SECOND CONSECUTIVE YEAR

SHE CAN PLAY THROUGH TO NATIONALS FOR THE SECOND CONSECUTIVE YEAR

 

Vassos from the Chris Evans Breakfast Show and John Chubb from Phoenix FM interviewed Kat the day after winning the Regional Round in Romford, check out the interview on the link below valid for the next 28 days on iPlayer.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08k12k0#play

 

John Chubb from Phoenix FM wanted to find out more on how She Can Play is inspiring the next generation of female footballers during an interview in the studio

John Chubb from Phoenix FM wanted to find out more on how She Can Play is inspiring the next generation of female footballers during an interview in the studio

Sports reporter Vassos interviewed Kat live on the Chris Evans Breakfast Show

Sports reporter Vassos interviewed Kat live on the Chris Evans Breakfast Show