Cumberland County FA is delighted to announce that 3 brand new Wildcats Girls’ Football Centres will be starting in the county in April 2020.
These new centres will join our 5 current centres from 2019, meaning there will be a total of 8 centres spread across Cumberland.
The Wildcats Centres are designed to give girls aged 5-11 their first experience of playing football in a fun and safe environment. All centres have FA qualified coaches with exit routes into grassroots football and Wildcats training.
Paul Carrigan, Cumberland FA Football Development Officer, said: “The Wildcats programme is a fantastic chance to offer every single girl aged 5-11 the chance to try the sport and hopefully fall in love with it. The fact we have 3 FA Charter Standard Clubs getting on board for 2020 shows the passion for growing the female game.”
In addition to the three new centres, Cumberland FA are delighted to have retained five existing centres delivered by Workington Reds in the Community in the West of the County.
2020 Wildcats Girls’ Football Centres
Carlisle City JFC based at Gillford Park (D Marks Stadium)
Warwick Wanderers JFC based at Down a Gate Community Centre
Gillford Park JFC based at Petteril Bank School
Workington Reds in the Community will continue to deliver Wildcats Girls’ Football Centres in the following venues:
Moorclose Community Centre
Moresby Primary School
Dearham Primary School
Bookwell Primary School
Sessions take place on a weekly basis, either after school or at weekends, at over 1,250 Wildcats centres across the country and are focused on helping girls make friends, have fun and be active through football.
More details on the sessions will follow.
If you have any queries in the meantime, please contact Paul.Carrigan@CumberlandFA.com or phone 01900 511800
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