Check out this article for info on Female Football which also gives advice and tips for clubs, players, parents andRead more
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The League affiliation forms for 2018-19 are now on-line they can be found at www.sglfl.co.uk under online forms.
If these can be completed as soon as possible, the list of clubs so far is here:
Due to the increase in the number of teams for the 2017/18 season, the league require more registered referees for Saturday (Youth) and Sunday (Open Age) matches.
To register with the league is simple, just complete the online form on our website at http://www.sglfl.co.uk/online-forms/sglfl-referee-affiliation-form/Read more
As you may or may not be aware – The FA have released a new GamePlan For Growth Strategy for female football (2017-20). The aim is to double participation by 2020, to do this each County FA is being challenged to construct a Women & Girls Strategy for the next 3 years. Over the next couple of months I will be undertaking research to create a strategy that focuses on the wants and needs of everybody involved in female football within Staffordshire, not only this but in addition how we can support anybody who wants to develop or support the female game .Read more
To commence season 2017/18 The Staffordshire Girls & Ladies Football League will provide female football from Under 8 to Open Age across the countyRead more
Staffordshire Girls League have this evening been awarded Staffordshire FA’s Charter Standard League of the Year.
Andy Bryant the League Chairman accepted the award at St. Georges Park on behalf of the League, and praised all the Committee, Clubs, Managers, Volunteers and Players that have made the league the success it has become.Read more