Empowering the future of women and girls’ football.

Our national game brings so much to millions already, but we’re taking it one step further in schools, to show the real power of football, with Barclays Game On.

Steph Houghton’s leadership skills as England’s captain and Raheem Stirling’s resilience in front of goal are examples of how football develops the person as well as the performer.

We are using football as the tool in secondary schools across England. Our aim is to develop and teach key life skills and demonstrate how they are transferrable outside of school in everyday life.

This is where the programmes extra-curricular elements really shine a light on all the opportunities available to girls to get involved with football. From coaches to marketeers – they run, organise, and deliver sessions for their classmates, not only introducing more girls to football, but also developing themselves for the future.

Go Big Game On

Women and Girls' Football

Women and Girls' Football

Discover how you or your daughter can get involved with football – from fun to competitive, there is something for all.


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Girls Football in Schools
#LetGirlsPlay

#LetGirlsPlay

Want girls to have equal access to football in school?


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