Everton in the Community deliver the PL Girls project in partnership with The Premier League Charitable Fund and The Football Association. 

The project aims to provide opportunities for females aged 11+ to take part in the sport in a local community setting. A total of 90 professional clubs run the programme and over 51,622 women and girls have been involved since the programme began in September 2013. 

The programme has two main objectives:

• To increase the number of women and girls playing football on a regular basis
• To increase the opportunities for women and girls to develop skills and confidence and progress within the pathway as a player, coach or official

At Everton in the Community we deliver 12 PL Girls sessions per week. 

Click here to view range of images from past PL Girls events.

Benefits of participating in the PL Girls project include:

• Participant-centred sessions.
• Representing Everton Football Club in multisport fixtures against other Premier League clubs.
• Opportunities to volunteer and gain qualifications.
• Opportunities win Everton Football Club merchandise and match tickets.
• Opportunities to meet players of Everton Football Club.
• Gain fitness and new skills.
• Meet new people.
• Provides pathways to community clubs.

For more information on the PL Girls project please contact Poppy Comer at poppy.comer@evertonfc.com or on 0151 530 5261.