Isle Of Man FA are to hold a Female Friendly Club Workshop.
The workshop, which will provide grassroots clubs with advice on growing female participation, will take place on Wednesday, March 4th 2020.
The evening, which will be aimed at clubs who do not have a female section or wish to grow their girls’ section, will be held at Isle Of Man Sport Institute from 6pm-9:30pm.
Food and refreshments will be supplied on the evening.
The workshop session will be delivered by Sarah Thorp and Louise Gruchy-Craven, who are FA Consultants, along with Simon Elson, IOMFA Girls’ & Women’s Football Development Officer.
Douglas & District FC will also be attending to explain how they got to where they are today size-wise and any struggles they encountered along the way.
The Douglas based club who have grown their female player base, with the clubs end goal being is that they would like to set up a Women's team and compete in the IOMFA Women's League, club representatives will be on hand to talk about their journey and answer any questions.
Simon Elson said: “The Female Friendly Club Workshop is aimed at any clubs who want to make their club more inclusive to females.
“It will show you how to make your club more female friendly and how you can try and grow your female teams, Junior & Senior teams.
“This could be a club with no female teams or a club who only have one or two teams that wants some ideas on how to grow.
“This will be a great way to network with other clubs who may have female teams currently or have had them in the past or don’t have female teams but clubs can share their experiences and work together to grow female football on the Isle Of Man.”
Places at the workshop will be limited to two per club and places can be booked by clicking here
The closing date for bookings is on Monday, March 2nd 2020.
Otherwise, for more information on the workshop or women’s football in general Junior or Senior please get in touch with Simon Elson on 01624 - 649391 or contact Simon Elson via email; firstname.lastname@example.org