England celebrate a Chloe Kelly (centre) goal at St. George's Park

Under 16s


There are so many exciting opportunities for young players to get into the local grassroots game.

From Mini-Soccer for youngsters taking their first steps in the game, to kickabouts for those who don’t want the commitment of joining a club.

England’s success at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup captured the attention and hearts of the nation, as we look ahead with excitement to their adventure at the UEFA Women’s Euros this summer.

The bronze medal-winning Lionesses spoke of inspiring the next generation and creating a legacy. They certainly did just that – and The FA and Gloucestershire FA are here to foster that legacy.

Check out all the opportunities below to get involved in the local game.

Get In Touch

Alexis Lunn-Gadd

Football Development Officer (Women's & Girls')

Email: Support@GloucestershireFA.com

Phone: 01454 615888 (Option 3)

The FA Girls' Talent Pathway

The FA Girls’ England Talent Pathway was put in place to support the identification and development of those with elite potential.

It also ensures that appropriate playing opportunities are in place to enable players to fulfil their developmental needs and reach the ultimate goal of producing elite English female players to compete on the world stage.

Learn More


community trust girls football


Bradley Stoke Community School and Bristol University 1st & 2nd Teams


Redland Green School


Patchway Community College and Bristol & West Ladies FC


Cotham School, St Nicholas F.C, Bristol University 3rd Team and Gloucestershire F.A


Fairfield High School

Contact: Nathan Hallett-Young

Email: nathanhallettyoung@bristolroverscommunity.org.uk


Charlton Rovers

Contact: Alex Parker

Email: alex.parker@ctfccp.com

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