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Women from Wolverhampton are being encouraged to get into football for free at a special taster session organised by Birmingham County FA, Wolverhampton City Council and BME United Community Scheme.
Individuals or groups can register in advance for the event which kicks off at 9am on Saturday 25th October at the University of Wolverhampton's City Sports Centre, Wulfruna Street, Wolverhampton.
An all-female team of qualified staff will be on hand at the Futsal Festival which aims to provide women with a safe, enjoyable environment in which to try out this more flexible format of the game.
The event is part of Birmingham County FA's work to support Kick it Out's "One Game, One Community" Weeks of Action, promoting equality and celebrating diversity.
"We want to make sure that we have removed as many barriers as possible that might have prevented people from taking part, so are looking forward to welcoming as many women as possible to what promises to be an enjoyable day of football," said Shelley Gudgeon, BCFA Football Development Officer.
"The event is being held in an enclosed sports hall and all the coaches running the sessions will be women. No previous experience is needed - you just need to turn up dressed appropriately and bring your lunch and a drink. We will do the rest!"
For more information or to register for the Women's Futsal Festival, please contact Shelley on (0121) 357 4278 / (07866) 501274 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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