FFN Evening 2

Female Football Networking

are you Currently involved in female football within the east riding?                    do you want to develop female provision at your club?                                                        DO YOU want to find out more INFORMATION about women & girls football nationally and locally? 

If yes, then join us for our Female Football Network Evening! 

More information:


With female football participation on the increase, the National team now ranked 3rd in the World and the Women’s World Cup just around the corner, it’s an exciting time to be involved in the female game. 

The FA launched the GamePlan for Growth in 2017, with the aim of doubling participation by 2020. Investment and resources in the female game have increased and as a result we are seeing a positive impact on the participation rates in female football both locally and nationally. 

The East Riding County FA are hosting a Female Football Networking Evening and inviting all those involved in grassroots football to attend. 

The agenda for the evening will include: 
A look into the FA’s vision for female football 
ERCFA provision and vision for Women and Girls Football 
Provision within the County through Key Partners/Organisations
What’s next? What clubs can do/access to help increase participation? 
How we can all work together to drive female football forward in the East Riding

Event Details
Date: Tuesday 4th June 2019
Time: 6:30pm – 9pm 
Venue: David Lloyd Club, Raich Carter Way, HU7 3DB (in the function room).

If you would like to attend please email Kirsty.leake@eastridingfa.com to book your place by 5pm on Monday 27th May 2019. 

Refreshments will be provided at the evening. 

It would be great to get as many people in attendance at what will be an informative evening and a great opportunity to network with those interested and invested in developing female football within the County. 

For more information or if you have any questions, please contact Women and Girls Football Development Officer Kirsty Leake.