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A Premier League Charitable Fund and Sport England funded initiative that provides women and girls from 14 upwards with weekly after school football sessions, competitive opportunities, as well as signposting to femlae FA Charter Clubs.

With an investment of over £2.4m over the next two years from Sport England, Everton in the Community has been delivering season-long coaching programmes within the city.

Historically, females are more difficult to engage in sporting activities than males once they reach secondary school. This programme has so far engaged with over 150 females in just 12 satellite sessions.

For more information or to be become involved with the programme, contact Everton in the Community's Assistant Co-ordinator & Sports Coach, Dale Davies via email at dale.davies@evertonfc.com.

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Get Involved

Everton in the Community couldn't operate without your generous help. You can donate here, right now. 

There are so many reasons to volunteer your time to the Pass4life scheme. Volunteering can be an active route into employment, can offer the chance to learn new skills and experience something new. It's also a fun way of giving something back to the community and a chance to make new friends. So don't delay, volunteer today!

If you'd like to get involved in the work of Everton in the Community in any way - be it volunteering, fundraising, offering expertise or anything else, don't hesitate to get in touch with our friendly team. Call 0151 530 5253 or email community@evertonfc.com.


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