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The London FA is pleased to announce that the Female Football Forum will run on October 5th at the London Soccer Dome in Greenwich.
This will be the second time this event has run and they are hoping that it will be bigger and better than last year's. The idea of the event is to get people talking about the women's game and give them the opportunity to ask questions relating to it, whether it is from the coaching aspect, playing, scouting or refereeing.
This year's guests include Kay Cossington who is the FA National Women's Project Officer and Linda Veryard, who is an England Women's Talent Scout for the International teams. Other guests will be announced nearer the time.
This event is Free to attend and is open to anyone involved in the female game or who would like to find out more. The guest panel will speak about their experiences in the game, and then the panel will be open to the floor for questions.
Emma Barnes, Women & Girls FDO, London FA says: ''We are really pleased that we have been able to organise this event for a second year. From the positive feedback we had from last years event, we wanted to be able to get more people involved this year. So whatever your involvement, and in whatever capacity, why not pop along and find out more.''
The Forum will also be running an earlier session for local schools who will be invited along to attend and find out more about women in football.
If you would like to find out more information or would like to book onto the event, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
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