Girls Football Centre

The Girls Football Centre will be a direct pathway into our Girls Development Centre, both of which cause no conflict with players' existing grassroots commitments and act as an additional session to develop players technical abilities, increase confidence and make friends in a safe and professional environment. Read more

Inclusive Football

We are currently running a host of sessions in partnership with Welwyn Hatfield Council and a Day Care Centre in Hatfield, Herts. The sessions we run are open to anyone with any disability who wants to play regular football. Read more

SSE Wildcats Centres

SSE Wildcats Girls’ Football Centres from The FA provide girls with regular opportunities to play football and take part in organised sessions in a fun and engaging environment. 200 clubs were established across England in 2017 and a further 800 are in place in 2018. Read more

Play Rangers

Stevenage FC Foundation have teamed up with Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council this summer to provide a huge range of FREE activities around the borough as part of the Council's Big Summer. Read more

Premier League Kicks

PL Kicks, which started in 2006, has a long history of using the power of football and the value of sports participation to help hard-to-reach youngsters in some of the most high-need areas. Read more

Premier League Girls

The Premier League Girls Football Programme was founded to drive up female football participation using the League’s successful satellite club model developed in the Premier League 4 Sport programme. Read more