Nuttall inspires Bromham Girls

Watford Ladies Captain Anneka Nuttall inspired girls from Bromham CofE Primary Schools at the Girls Football Week event that was held last Friday.

Anneka Nuttall alongside coaches from Bromham Youth AFC, FA Skills and Bedfordshire FA encouraged 60+ girls to have fun and try football for the first time during 2 sessions throughout Girls Football Week at Bromham CofE Primary School.

These sessions linked the Year 3 and 4 girls to their most local all-girls team and all the girls were invited to continue playing at the next club football session.

During the week of the 10th-16th October, The FA, its partners and the Bedfordshire FA focused on impacting the lives of as many girls as possible during Girls Football Week. The aim of the week is to engage a further 22,000 participants with a focus on Further and Higher Education.

There were many organisations that got involved with FA Girls’ Football Week encouraging/delivering female-specific football sessions in local clubs, schools and community groups. Between 10th-16th October there were many Girls Football Week sessions including FA Skills sessions throughout Bedfordshire.

Other clubs and organisations delivering Female football activity during Girls Football Week in Bedfordshire are:

- Wigmore Valley Air Scout Group
- Alameda Middle School
- Shefford Town & Campton Ladies FC
- Stopsley High School
- St. Joseph’s Catholic Primary School
- Warden Hill Junior School
- Ramridge Primary School
- Slip End Village School
- The Meads Primary School
- St Christopher’s Academy
- Bromham Youth AFC
- Vandyke Upper School
- St Matthew’s Primary School
- Luton Town Football Club
- University of Bedfordshire


Twitter: @BedsFA

For any questions relating to FA Girls Football Week in Bedfordshire, please contact:
Marc Di Carlo, Participation & CYP Officer
(07984266441 /

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