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Girls Football in Jersey

Wildcats, Fun Weeks and After School Sessions

Whether they want to kick a ball for the first time, learn new skills, or become the island's next top player...

There are lots of opportunities for primary and secondary school girls in Jersey to enjoy football in a fun and engaging environment.

The Jersey FA runs weekly girls only Wildcats sessions for school years 1 – 6, After School Skills Sessions for secondary school girls and Holiday Fun Weeks as well as supporting female local clubs opportunities.  

Our popular Holiday Fun Weeks, some of which are just for girls, are scheduled throughout the year. 

The aim is to provide girls with fun and enjoyable sessions, helping them to make new friends, while increasing activity levels and a love for football. The programmes are all delivered by our female qualified coaches.

Get in touch

Community Team

Email: community@jerseyfa.com 

Phone:
01534 730433 

HOLIDAY FUN WEEKS - (girls in school years 1-6)

Community action girls

We run three Girls Only Fun Weeks throughout the year for girls in school years 1 - 6, who can also book onto our Mixed Fun Weeks too.

The Girl Only Fun Weeks run Monday - Friday (9am - 3pm) at Springfield Stadium 3G Pitch.

They are for all abilities, with sessions based around fun and enjoyment. The weekly schedule consists of themed coaching sessions, technical games, fun competitions, lunchtime and end of day festivals and tournaments. 

HOLIDAY FUN WEEKS: FIND OUT MORE

WEETABIX WILDCATS CENTRES (GIRLS AGED 5-11)

Weetabix Wildcats

Weetabix Wildcats football centres offer girls the chance to try football for the first time and then provide regular opportunities to play. Sessions take place on a weekly basis during term time and are focused on helping girls make friends, have fun and be active through football.

In Jersey Weetabix Wildcats is delivered to local schools and at Springfield Stadium which is available for children from all schools. 

  • Tuesday > D’Auvergne School > 3 – 4pm > School years 1 – 6
  • Wednesday > Springfield Stadium > 4pm – 5pm > School Years 1 – 6
  • Thursday > Janvrin School > 3pm – 4pm > School Years 1 – 6
  • Friday > Rouge Bouillon School > 3pm – 4pm > School Years 1 – 6

WILDCATS: FIND OUT MORE

Squad Girls Aged 11 – 14s

Squad Girls Football

The aim for this new Squad Girls programme is to provide girls between the ages 11 – 14 a run relevant and engaging recreational offer that allows them to develop their football skills in a safe, inclusive environment. 

The sessions are delivered on Tuesdays from 4 – 5pm at Springfield Stadium 3G.

Click here to book onto a Squad Girls session

FEMALE LOCAL FOOTBALL CLUBS

Female Local Football Clubs

Some of Jersey FAs affiliated clubs are now offering girls only opportunities within their minis and juniors’ sections with some clubs entering their girls’ teams into the JFA Combination League or clubs organising female only fixtures. 

Click here for details of each club

What You Said

"My daughter loves the sessions, its great to see the girls from the Jersey FA supporting the programme. I think this really helps with confidence." - Parent

"My little girl has just started the Wildcats Saturday sessions and she loves it. I have seen her confidence grow in the few weeks she has participated and this is down to the relaxed atmosphere and definitely the girls only sessions  which have helped her settle in much easier." - Jersey FA Wildcats Parent

"My 8 year old daughter has gained confidence and is developing her skills and knowledge of the game. She really enjoys the All Girls Saturday sessions." - Jersey FA Wildcats Parent

reporting concerns

If you feel that an adult is mistreating someone under the age of 18, there are various confidential ways you can report this.

By "mistreating", we mean behaving towards under-18s in a physical or verbal way you believe is threatening or makes the young person feel scared or bad.

Find out more and watch a short film that the FA has produced, voiced by Jersey's Graeme Le Saux, explaining how to report your concerns. Of course, everything is completely confidential.

Safeguarding