Summer of Culture UEFA Women’s EURO 2022

Jul 8 - Jul 21

Hounslow’s schools and communities are being offered support to set up new football-based sessions for women and girls across the borough.

There are opportunities to get involved in a range of football activities, including women’s football coaching sessions, online workshops, girls’ football and disability football.


Women’s Euros 2022 – Funding & Support UEFA Women’s Legacy Fund will support the setup of local sessions in Hounslow like “Soccercise” or women’s football coaching sessions. If your school or community group is interested in finding out more about this please get in touch with Sian Osmond at Middlesex FA Sian.osmond@middlesexfa.com.

EHVCS online workshops are one way to find out more. Learn about the Legacy funding available and types of activities already running in your local area. Visit the ehcvs.org.uk website or contact Sian Osmond Sian.Osmond@middlesexfa.com for more information.

Wildcats Football Centres offer girls aged 5-11 a chance to try football for the first time and provide regular opportunities to play. Clubs and organisations that are looking to set up their own Wildcats Centre should submit an EOI here. Squad Girls is a great opportunities to start up recreational football for girls aged 12-14 years old. The emphasis on fun, friendship and enjoyment. Clubs and organisations can get support for starting up 5-11 and 12-14 girls football – Middlesex FA.

Disability Football includes flexible, inclusive and accessible opportunities for everyone. Find out how you can get involved at Disability football. Find out more about Middlesex FA’s PAN Disability League New Youth Division, The FA Introduction to Coaching Qualification, Disability Football sessions in schools, clubs and disability organisations, and Women’s Powerchair Football. Contact lauren.mawdsley@middlesexfa.com

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