Girls' football, at the grass-roots level, is on the up and up. The FA has made huge strides in creating opportunities for women and girls to play our national sport. Indeed, football is now officially the biggest female team sport in England!
We appreciate that sometimes the football set-up at grassroots level can seem unwelcoming to females - young and old. We aim to change this. We can offer a welcoming environment and positive support to girls wanting to play football. We aim to ensure that all the coaches training our female players have experience of girls' soccer.
We are committed to promoting girls' football and to ensuring girls feel welcomed and valued at our club. We will provide personal support to any girl who wants to start playing but who feels a little nervous. We completely understand the reasons for this. But we say - Don't be afraid! Just contact our club secretary, Debbie Sayers, at Salisburyroversfc@outlook.com to discuss any aspect of plans for girls' football.
SSE Wildcats Girls’ Football Club in Salisbury!
The Football Association and SSE have teamed up to launch a new initiative,
SSE Wildcats Girls’ Football Clubs provide girls (aged 5-11) with regular opportunities to play football and take part in organised sessions in a fun and engaging environment created exclusively for girls.
Salisbury Rovers is delighted to offer an FA/SSE Wildcats Football Club in the centre of Salisbury. Our 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!
Our weekly sessions are just £2 from Sunday 22 April, 2pm to 3pm, Five Rivers Leisure Centre, Salisbury, SP1 3NR. Free places are available if finance is an issue.
You can find our Wildcats information letter here and our Wildcats registration form here.