Bristol City Women Celebrate International Women's Day
Posted: Tuesday, March 8th 2016
Friday, February 3rd 2017
Newly promoted Bristol City Women are offering a limited number of local girls’ clubs the opportunity to become an official Sister Club for the 2017/18 season.
The FA has launched a new Sister Club Programme ahead of the new FA Women’s Super League 2017/18 season.
More than £100,000 has been invested by the FA into the programme, which aims to drive girl’s participation at grassroots level and attendances at FA WSL matches.
The Sister Club Programme will see girls’ clubs around the country become affiliated with their local FA WSL club. For the exchange of a fee, grassroots clubs can gain access to match tickets, player appearances, coaching sessions led by Bristol City Women players, camps, mascot spaces, and so much more.
"We have all loved coming down to some games and having player appearances." - Dursley Town Girls.
"We really enjoyed the training visit from Georgia Evans to our training ground." - Longwell Green Sports JFC.Bristol City Women’s midfielder and Welsh International Georgia Evans who ran the coaching sessions for the Sister Clubs last year commented: “The Sister Club programme is a great way for Bristol City Women to develop even stronger links with girl’s clubs and inspire the next generation of players in Bristol and the surrounding area.
“I am looking forward to working directly with our new Sister Clubs and I know the rest of the players are looking forward to welcoming them at our games throughout the season."
In 2015 FA WSL attendances rose 48 per cent on the previous season, with the average league attendance per match reaching 1,076.
Deadline is the end of February!
To find out more about becoming a Bristol City Women's FC Sister Club, contact Estelle Randall via email@example.com.
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