The popularity of women’s football continues on an upward curve following the London 2012 Olympics, research has revealed
A study by The FA Women’s Super League (WSL), which explored public perceptions of women’s football both before and after the Games, found a huge increase in both awareness and excitement in the sport.
Sports fans across the UK can become part of the Olympic legacy this weekend by heading down to where it starts for every great champion – their local sports club.
Sports clubs and community groups across the country are putting on special events or activities as part of Join In Local Sport – a new initiative aimed at capturing the enthusiasm for sport generated by the London 2012 Olympics.
So what do we do now?
The sun has set on London 2012 and, to be honest, I’ve been feeling a little bit lost these last couple of days.
Scotland stars Darren Fletcher and Ifeoma Dieke have kicked off the Scottish FA Regional Performance Schools.
The first intake of pupils were delighted to hear from the inspirational men’s and women’s national team players, as they gathered at Hampden ahead of the first day of term at the seven schools.
Wembley FC step into the football spotlight tomorrow as a host of ex-internationals come out of retirement for the club’s FA Cup Extra Prelimary Round tie.
The semi-pro side – whose website is powered by Club Website – play in the ninth tier of English football, but tomorrow (Saturday) lunchtime their line-up will include over 280-caps worth of international footballing talent.