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Values and Criteria

County Football Associations

There are 50 County Football Associations across the country, responsible for developing and governing all aspects of local football in England. Each will employ a team of development officers and most have an officer specifically responsible for girls and for disability football. These individuals can be a great source of local knowledge.


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Values and Criteria

Weetabix Wildcats

Fun football in a safe and friendly environment for girls aged 5-11. Weetabix Wildcats is a non-competitive football opportunity for girls wanting to try the game for the first time or who simply want to play with other girls their own age and have fun. If you want to build a link between your school and a local Weetabix Wildcat opportunity contact your County FA.


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England Football Accredited

England Football Accredited Clubs

Football clubs accredited by The FA have positively changed the football landscape over the last 20 years, creating the ideal environments to nurture players, coaches, and volunteers. They are a great starting point if you are looking for a club to signpost your pupils on to opportunities outside of school. England Football Accreditation replaces The FA Charter Standard.


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Values and Criteria

Disability Football

There are some fantastic resources available on the England Football website including ‘Football Your Way’ offering guidance and ideas, challenges and resources designed to help young people and adults return to training and playing in a fun and safe way. There is also information on the growing number of local clubs and leagues available for players with a wide range of disabilities. If you are looking for a specific opportunity local to your school contact your County FA.


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