Opportunities to play and have fun.
HOW TO GET INTO PLAYING FOOTBALL
There is no shortage of different forms of football for you to get involved in Huntingdonshire.
With almost three million active female players, football is the biggest women’s team sport in England – but there is plenty of room for more people to get involved.
And there are so many ways for girls and women to join in, no matter what your age or ability level, whether you just want to have a kickabout with your mates or whether you want to be the next Steph Houghton.
Did you know? Boys and girls can play mixed football up to Under 18 years old.
To find out information on women's football - Click Here
To find out information about the Cambridgeshire Girls Leagues - Click Here
If you’d like to play regular, competitive football then a club is for you - Find a Club - Click Here
Holiday Football Activities 5-11 Years Old
Looking for an Holiday activity for your child? Check out our Holiday programme: exciting football sessions designed for 5-11 year old girls and boys of any ability. For more information - Click Here
SSE Wildcats Girls' Football Clubs 5-11 Years Old
The SSE Wildcats training sessions offer girls aged 5-11 regular opportunities to play football and take part in fun and engaging activities created just for girls. You can attend the sessions each week, either after school or at weekends, and meet lots of other girls who enjoy playing football, learning new things and being active. Each SSE Wildcats club is run by qualified coaches who will help you learn lots of different skills, whether you’ve kicked a football before or not! For more information - Click Here
Monday Night Futsal for Women 16+
The programme offers women Futsal on Monday evenings 7-8pm at Hinchingbrooke School. To Book visit our Futsal page - Click Here . You can also Get in Touch and contact Gary Marheineke, Hunts FA Football Development Officer By Email: Gary.Marheineke@HuntsFA.com
Get fit with Soccercise
FA produce resources to help women get fit with football - Click Here
The Huntingdonshire FA, and its partners are committed to developing opportunities for people with a disability in football. Whether as a player, coach, manager, referee, or administrator we aim to offer support, guidance and opportunities for people with a disability to reach their footballing potential. For more information - Click Here
Futsal is an exciting, fast-paced small sided football game that is widely played across the world and is officially recognised by both UEFA and FIFA. The nature of the game places a large emphasis on technical skill and ability in situations of high pressure, and is subsequently an excellent breeding ground for football competencies that can be translated into other formats of the game. For more information - Click Here
Premier League and EFL programmes
The FA, Premier League, English Football League Trust and Sport England have teamed up to create fantastic playing opportunities for girls aged 11 and above. Eighty-five professional men's clubs all over the country are running weekly sessions so contact your local club for more information about their community scheme - Click Here
England Talent Pathway
The FA Girls’ England Talent Pathway allows female players access to appropriate levels of coaching and support, enabling the programme to reach our ultimate goal: producing elite English female players to compete on the world stage.
Organising a football festival?
Then why not download our football festival toolkit.
Kick-Off Your Career
Football can also provide you with a fantastic career away from the pitch.
Just Play 16+
The FA Mars Just Play! gives the casual footballer a chance to just turn up to a venue and play football. The Just Play kickabout is recreational football at its best – it’s about turning up for an hour of exercise and a bit of fun. It’s football for those who can’t or don’t want to commit to an eight-month long season of matches and training. For more information visit - Click Here
5-a-Side Centres 16+
If fast, competitive, small-sided and skillful football is your thing then you might be ready for 5-a-side. It can be a great way of getting an intense ‘after work’ work-out with a bunch of friends. And despite the official name it’s often played by four or seven players on each side, so however many of you there are you can still get involved. For more information - Click Here