We look at the success of the programme in Lincolnshire so far
With England's Lionesses beginning their Women's World Cup 2023 campaign, we visited Market Rasen Town Football Club and Barrowby Junior Football Club to see what the impact of the Weetabix Wildcats programme has had on their clubs and how the 2022 Euros success of the Lionesses has influenced participation at their offerings.
Weetabix Wildcats is non-competitive football for girls who want to give the game a go for the very first time, or want to play with other girls their own age. Most importantly, Weetabix Wildcats is all about having loads of fun and meeting new amazing friends.
Everyone is super awesome; from the friends that participants meet to The FA qualified coaches and volunteers who deliver the sessions.
Market Rasen Town Football Club Ladies and Barrowby Football Club have both seen success from the programme and the opportunities it’s given girls in their areas. They've started out offering Weetabix Wildcat sessions at their clubs for girls to have the opportunity to play, now growing to the point where Market Rasen will be entering a team into the Lincolnshire Women & Girls League next season and Barrowby JFC entering two teams of their own.
We visited both clubs to see the impact of the programme for ourselves, and find out how the success of the Lionesses has influenced their growth in participation over the last 12 months.
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