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BE INSPIRED BY THE WOMEN’S WORLD CUP AND GET INVOLVED

9 June 2015

Get involved with our activities for women and girls and be inspired by the Women's World Cup!

GIRLS FOOTBALL SESSIONS



Evening sessions for girls aged 12+ are hosted at Wigan Youth Zone on Monday evenings from 6.00pm-7.00pm.

These are fun football sessions mixed with structured training and 5-aside matches at the end of each evening, with the potential for fixtures against other youth zones across the area.

Fun based football sessions are also held at West Lancashire Youth Zone on Tuesday evenings, also from 6.00pm-7.00pm and are open to all ages.

For more information call 01942 488530 or email Steph Greensill on s.greensill@wiganathleticct.com

WIGAN ATHLETIC LADIES FOOTBALL CLUB



Wigan Athletic Ladies Football Club are looking players in all age groups from 7-18 to join them, with training sessions throughout the week.

The club was formed in 1999 by Florence Mather and currently runs teams from Under 9s all the way up to open age, competing with local teams such as Bolton Wanderers, Preston North End and Burnley to name just a few.

You can learn more about the inspiring history of the club and their impact on local football by [clicking here].

For more information contact Flo Mather on 01942 703800 or flo@walfc.co.uk

You can also follow them now on Twitter with @wiganalfc and on Facebook at facebook.com/wiganathleticladies

FEMALE FIT FANS

After a popular first year of male Fit Fans sessions, the course was launched for female participants on Tuesday 5 May and runs for 12 weeks, offering the chance for anyone over 18 to take part in football and sports sessions, as well as receiving FREE health checks and workshops.

The course is free of charge, and aims to keep you healthy whilst having fun.

For more information on how you can get involved call 01942 488530 or email Chris Baxter on c.baxter@wiganathleticct.com

IN FOCUS: LATICS WIN NORTH WEST FINAL OF KINDER+SPORT GIRLS CUP

Late last year 13 secondary schools sent girls teams to compete in a tournament at Power League Soccerdome in Wigan, with the winners, St. Mary’s Catholic High School, Astley, going on to successfully represent Wigan Athletic in the North West finals.

Find out more about both tournaments in the videos below.





Wigan Athletic Community Trust have been helping to improve female participation in football and sport in the Wigan area, with girls now making up 34% of the participants across all of the Trust’s projects.

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