Hay and Belmont shake hands before their Herefordshire women's league fixture

Women's Football

Football shouldn’t stop when you’re 16! There are more women’s clubs in Herefordshire than ever and we are always looking to continue developing the women’s game and provide more options.

Whether you’ve played through the junior ranks, are an ex-player looking to get back involved or are wanting to play football for the first time, there are plenty of opportunities available. From competitive 11v11 football and 6aside football to walking football and recreational sessions, there is something for everyone.

Use the information on this page or get in touch for reccommendations on ways to get involved with womens football in Herefordshire!

FAQs

Don't worry, if you are unable to continue your pathway into women's football at your current club then contact Herefordshire FA. We can help put you in touch with a local women's football club or alternatively give you and your youth club some advice, guidance and support on starting a new women's team!

Many clubs run training sessions that are open to women wanting to just play recreationally without the competitive element. Alternatively, there are numerous recreational walking football sessions across the county which are open to women. Recreational sessions and walking football can be a great entry point into the game for both new and returning players. If you want help finding your nearest session, please get in touch.

Find your local women's football club with the map below. Let us know if you'd like us to help put you in touch.

 

Get In Touch

By Phone: 01235 558454
(9am - 5pm Monday - Friday)

By Email: 
Joe.Mathias@HerefordshireFA.com

Competitive football

Ladies Leagues

Herefordshire teams compete in both the local Herefordshire Development League and at a higher level in the Midwest Ladies League.

Local club sides are always keen to welcome new players so if you'd like to join a competitive side let us know!

You can keep up to date with the latest results and league tables here!

Become a Player

Thinking of becoming a player?

  • There are opportunities for everyone
  • Make new and lasting friends within the game
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