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Kempton Girls’ Football Club in Middlesex
increase its number of football teams
A Grow the Game grant was awarded to Kempton Girls’ Football Club to
increase the number of girls’ football teams at the club and help promote the
club in the local community to recruit new players.
The grant has assisted Kempton Girls’ increase the number of qualifications
that their coaches have, and improve the club’s standard of coaching over the
coming years.
An extra bonus was their Grow the Game cheque was presented to them by
former Chelsea Ladies goalkeeper Sarah Quantrill!
“The funding has allowed the teams to be coached by experienced
coaches and also our own coaches to receive additional
training, and has also helped more girls to join the club.”
Georgie, Under-15 player, Kempton Girls’ Football Club
Aller Park Rangers Football Club in Somerset
received £5,000 to develop three newteams
providing football opportunities for more players
Aller Park Rangers Football Club is based at
Somer ton Spor ts Ground in the SouthWest of
England.The Foundation presented them with a
Grow the Game grant that is enabling them to
continue to provide football opportunities for more
players from across South Somerset.
Rangers will develop three brand new teams over
the next three years: a new Mini-Soccer team for
local young players, an additional youth team and an
adult side, for those players who are moving from
youth into adult football.
“This funding will enable the club to
continue to grow and offer football
opportunities to players of all ages
and abilities.”
Steve Morrison, Chairman, Aller Park Rangers
Football Club
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The Football Foundation Annual Review 2012