The 2023 Female Football Week officially kicked off today with plenty to celebrate and showcase across the football community.
It will be one of the biggest celebrations of women’s football that northern NSW has ever seen, coinciding with the lead up to the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023.
The week is a great opportunity to showcase the passion and talent of female footballers, coaches, referees and volunteers in the community.
There are a range of activities and events planned, including coaching and referee masterclasses, football sessions for beginners, networking events, awards and gala days.
"The 2023 Female Football Week is going to be bigger and better than ever before,” NNSWF Female Participation and Inclusion Officer Nat Boyd said.
“There's something for everyone, from grassroots players to elite athletes.
"Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity to be a part of the biggest celebration of women's football in northern NSW."
Mark Your Calendars
Female Football Week takes place from Friday 19 May to Sunday 2023.
Find out about all the events and activities taking place HERE.
Clubs! Register your events
Female Football Week is the ideal time for clubs to celebrate existing players, recruit more players and female volunteers.
Clubs will receive FFW updates, have the activity promoted on the NNSWF website and receive FFW advertising collateral. By registering you will receive extra exposure!
Showcase Your Commitment to Women's Football
Don't miss this amazing opportunity! Join us in empowering and celebrating women in sport by showcasing your commitment to diversity and inclusion.
You can do so by:
- Hosting an event or activity during Female Football Week (e.g. a panel discussion, workshop)
- Promoting the week on social media with assets provided to clubs
- Creating content that highlights female athletes from your region
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