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Female Football Week 2022

May 2nd, 2022

WITH Female Football Week 2022 just around the corner, North Coast Football and other governing bodies across the country will be celebrating the enormous female presence in the beautiful game, as well as acknowledging the significant contribution of those who make female football special.

Female Football Week 2022 will be held from May 6-15, and is a national initiative which gives the football community the chance to celebrate the immense growth of the women’s game and acknowledge existing players, coaches, referees and administrators in football.

Introduced in 2014, Female Football Week has become a nation-wide celebration of females in all aspects of football.

The 2022 Female Football Awards are part of Female Football Week, and acknowledge and celebrate the achievements of individuals that are making significant contribution to women and girls’ football throughout Northern NSW in the last 12 months.

The nominations are in, and the award winners will be announced at the Northern NSW Football Female Football Week Networking Night on Saturday, 14 May.

Contributions to female football will be awarded in five categories; Female Football Week Coach of the Year, Referee of the Year, Volunteer of the Year, Male Champion of the Year, and Club of the Year.

North Coast Football club Sawtell Scorpions won one of the major awards last season, taking out the Northern NSW Football Female Football Week Club of the Year.

North Coast Football clubs will be holding events as part of Female Football Week celebrations.

The Coffs Coast Tigers will be hosting a club BBQ at the conclusion of Thursday night training, as well as a number of festivities at the club’s men’s Coastal Premier League match on Mother’s Day.

Boambee FC will be hosting a skills session for girls aged between 6 and 16 as well as a club BBQ next Wednesday afternoon.

Coffs City United will be hosting a skills session for girls aged between 5 and 14 and a club BBQ next Wednesday afternoon.

And the Nambucca Strikers will be holding an open training session for under 10 girls and a club BBQ next Thursday.


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