Female Football

Kick on for women coming to Nambucca and South Grafton

January 19th, 2021
Get outside and discover the basics of football in a supportive and inclusive environment designed for women who just want to get out, get active and have fun!
 
No football or sports experience required!
 
An introductory football program, Kick-On for Women is designed specifically for women to fit into their busy lives whilst juggling their commitments of family, work and friends.
 
The idea was born from the demand for mothers, sisters and female spectators wanting to be involved in the sport, however, desired a format that welcomed their inexperience, less active lifestyle and limited time availability.
 
We have two Kick On for women programs in the area for the eight-week program:
  • Nambucca Heads – Monday’s commencing 8 Feb 6:15 pm at Coronation Park (TBC)
  • South Grafton – Monday’s commencing 8 Feb 6:30 pm at Rushforth Park
With a commitment of just 45-minutes a week, after general office hours, the program has a strong focus on fun, inclusion and friendship, is run by accredited facilitators and provides participants with the opportunity to spend time focusing on their own fitness and well-being in a judgement-free environment.
 
Kick-On for Women aims to encourage women to become active, energised and connected.
 
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