Liverpool Feds Women's Football Club
Providing Girls and Women's Football in Merseyside for 200+ players every week.
The club was formed in 1990 out of Liverpool Hope University and has been providing football for girls and women across the city of Liverpool for the past 28 years. The teams range from U6 to U16 with 3 adult teams, the first team competing in the FA Women’s Premier League. The 4th tier of womens football
There are currently 200+ girls playing football every week and we are very proud of our clubs achievements to date. The hard work of a lot of volunteers connected with the club has also led to on-field success, namely our First Team were County Cup Winners last season and our youth sides consistently make it to the final of their domestic cups each year.
The club is ran by a committed group of volunteers many who have been involved since the inception of the club 28 years ago.
We aim to provide football to everyone, of every ability with multiple teams running at each age group.
How would this funding have an impact on your community?
If Liverpool Feds were to receive this funding we would be able to expand our reach & put on more coaching sessions. The money would be spent on facility hire which is the main expense of our club and something we struggle to afford every year. It will help all 200 people across the club.
"The Feds is like a family. I’ve been at the club now for over 6 years so it’s much more than just a football club to me - Rosie Kinvig"