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More women than ever getting active

By Dan Pope | December 15, 2016

Record number of women playing sport reflecting positive female initiatives in recent years

New FA Cup TV deal could "transform" grassroots game

By Dan Pope | October 25, 2016

FA chief executive says record overseas deal could have transformational impact at grassroots level

FA Girls' Football Week triples participation target

By Dan Pope | October 22, 2015

More than 16,000 female players took part in FA Girls’ Football Week this month - more than triple the original target.

FA launches Girls' Football Week: 5-11 October 2015

By Dan Pope | September 24, 2015

The Football Association has launched Girls’ Football Week in a bid to encourage more schools, colleges and universities to run female-specific football sessions.

World Cup boost for women's and girls' game

By Dan Pope | July 30, 2015

Lionesses' World Cup adventure provides opportunity to build a legacy that must not be spurned.

FA tells girls 'We Can Play' in bid to boost participation

By Dan Pope | June 9, 2015

New campaign aims to shatter lingering preconceptions about women’s and girl’s football.

Free football sessions for women and girls in June

By Dan Pope | June 3, 2015

Football Association marks Women's Sport Week by announcing month of free football sessions

Women's game "thriving" as World Cup offers further boost

By Dan Pope | May 22, 2015

Wembley Stadium. 31 July 2012. The Olympic Games. Great Britain 1 - 0 Brazil.

Mixed football age limit raised to under-18s in England

By Dan Pope | May 22, 2015

Boys and girls in England will be able to play football in the same teams up to under-18s level next season, after the Football Association raised the age limit this week.

Women's game "a world away" from early days - Stoney

By Dan Pope | March 24, 2015

Casey Stoney has been celebrating the positive change in women's football during her 117-cap England career.