Female participation in football across northern NSW is on the rise around the region. Female participation is on the rise in 2022, 27% of all participants were female. This is an increase of 10% on season 2019.
Come celebrate our growing game with awards, activities and gala days during Female Football Week 2023.
Whether you’re looking to play community football, socialise through Kick-On for Women or looking to get a potential Miniroo off to a great start, this is the place to come for all the latest in female football around Northern NSW.
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Round Two of the NSW Football Legacy Fund now open
The NSW Government has announced that Round Two of the NSW Football Legacy Fund is now open. Earlier this year, the NSW Government announced that it will invest $6.21 million into football projects to help improve facilities and run programs to boost participation as part of
Training future Matildas at Wingham FC
Wingham Football Club has been awarded over $4,300 by the NSW Football Legacy fund to drive their Wingham Football Club Kick-Off sessions, ahead of the FIFA Women's World Cup this July. The WFC Kick-Off is an eight-week Miniroos program (aimed at children between the ages of