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May 06, 2014   |  5:22PM AET

Football NSW Female Football Week

Football NSW Female Football Week

Football NSW is in the midst of celebrating Female Football Week with various programs and promotions supporting womens football.

Football NSW is in the midst of celebrating Female Football Week which sees various programs and promotions implemented to support women in football.

From Coaching Courses and School programs to Referees courses and football clinics, the week will be dedicated to females and their opportunities within Football.

Female Football Week is a great opportunity to celebrate the opportunities available for female participants to experience our great game from all different viewpoints as Football NSW Game Development Manager Hayley Todd pointed out.

“Female football opportunities are continuously growing and FNSW are proud to support and acknowledge all females in our sport.

“With the Westfield Matildas set to defend their AFC Women-s Asian Cup title from the 14th – 25th May in Vietnam, there is no better time to celebrate and highlight the success of female football in NSW.”

Football NSW Female Football Week – What’s on?

School Program – James Erskine Schools Gala Day – Wednesday 7th May
Purpose: To provide Football activity to schools that run FNSW football programs
Venue: Erskine Park Public School
Time: 12pm-2pm

School Program – Active Afterschool Care – Thursday 8th May
Purpose: To provide Football activity to schools that hosts the Australian Sports Commissions Active After School Care programs
Venue: TBC

Ellyse Perry Challenge – Friday 9th May
Purpose: To provide female students an opportunity to take part in a sports day including football and cricket activities.
Venue: Blacktown International Sports Park. Ellyse Perry is a current dual international in both sports after making her debuts at just 16 years of age.
Time: 9am-4pm

Skill Training Certificate Part 2 plus Referee Course – Saturday 10th May
Purpose: The Referee course will be conducted to provide an opportunity for interested female candidates to take the first step in their refereeing career in a fun female friendly environment.
Skill Training Certificate part 2 will also be conducted to complete the coaching accreditation component to Female Football Week.
Venue: Valentine Sports Park
Time: 8am-4pm

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