Girls’ football centre for Frodsham and Helsby

GIRLS aged 5-11 will be able to play football at a new centre to be set up by Frodsham Junior Football Club.
The club – established in 1979 – have been awarded the rights by the FA to launch an SSE Wildcats Girls’ Football Centre.
It is to start at Helsby High School on Friday, April 13.
The centre will enable girls from Frodsham, Helsby and surrounding villages to regularly play football at organised sessions in a safe environment and in a fun and engaging way.
More than 200 SSE Wildcats Girls’ Footballk Centres have already been established by the FA across the country and another 800 are expected to launch this year.
At Helsby there will be weekly sessions for at least 12 weeks.
There will also be opportunities for parents, carers and siblings to engage in the sport at the same time, through “Family Sessions” including Walking Football.
Tara Jennings, a current player for Frodsham JFC Girls Under-18s said: “I started playing football at a similar age to a lot of the girls that will be taking part in these sessions and that’s when my love of football began. It’s so important to encourage them to enjoy the game from a young age and SSE Wildcats provide a great resource for that.”

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