Game Sense Girls - Expanding Age Bands!

New Year, New Term, More football opportunities!

Our new Game Sense Girls player development program started in September and our youngsters are doing fantastically well!

For the new Spring Term we are expanding our age bands and offering football for players in School Years 1,2,3&4!!

Three free introductory sessions are available for new players to see how they enjoy themselves and settle into the game and our coaching sessions.

Practice sessions will be during term time only on Thursday evenings from 5-6pm indoors at Oakfield Sports Centre opposite Hautlieu School. The sessions will be lead by Coach Tiff Sundby who is supported by Brody, Talia and Leah Morris.

Practice sessions start again on 9th January 2020.

Club Chairman Aaron Travers stated, "A girls program has always been in our thoughts since Game Sense United formed four years ago. Recently we have achieved a higher level of Charter Standard status through our clubs growth and provision of football opportunities within the community. This season we felt we are in a position to support girls football in a safe and fun environment and sessions will be delivered by an all female coaching team.

Our current GS development program has already seen three female players represent the Jersey Primary School team and the Jersey FA Player Development Centre, however we feel that an all female coaching team is an important ingredient to increase female participation and provide football opportunities to young girls.

We are delighted with how our first term has developed and our coaches are now wanting to progress our current players further whilst also introducing new girls to the game"

Part of the GS United Club Philosophy is to provide the opportunity for new coaches to take their first steps on the coaching pathway and support them throughout their coaching journey. This is another great example of how we are doing exactly that.

Aaron continued "We have acquired four enthusiastic young female coaches who are passionate about the sport and are looking forward to developing our Game Sense Girls Program during the coming seasons"

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