Hatfield Peverel Football Club

This week is national girls football week encouraging girls into football. Hatfield Peverel FC have successfully launched our first all girls team this season playing at under 10s in the Essex girls league and we are now looking for more girls from school.

Year 3 onwards to help us move to 2 girls teams next season. We also have girls playing league football successfully in mixed teams within the club. Why not bring your daughter training at the club now in preparation for next season. All coaches FA qualified and CRB checked. For more details contact terry Lingley or Donna Fletcher. #wecanplay

terrylingley@hatfieldpeverelfc.co.uk

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