Home games for the U16 Girls will be played ay Bashley Hoburne.
Interested to be part of the new Girls under 15 team?
Please contact Claire Norville at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Date - Season 2018-19||H/A||Time||Opponents||Comp||Result||Scorers|
|Sat 15th||H||10:00||Ringwood Town|
|Sat 22nd||A||10:00||Highcliffe Hawks|
|Sat 29th||H||10:00||New Milton Eagles|
|Sat 6th||H||10:00||Pace Leopards|
|Sat 24th||A||10:00||Pace Leopards|
Grassroots Giving 2018
New Girls/Women’s changing Facilities at Bashley FC
We are a local Football club which is going from strength to strength. The club has adopted a new additional youth-based policy where success will not only depend on developing the existing talents. The advantage of the new youth policy that it will be promoting health, fitness and self-awareness. The aim is for all ages to come together with a common purpose and foster community spirit and friendship. We now have a youth team and a girls U15s. The club is lead by Chairman Scot MacFarlane assisted by a team of volunteers.
How would this funding have an impact on your community?
Bashley FC is hoping to be converting part of the clubhouse into a changing area for the new girls team and female referees. We are visiting local schools trying to attract more girls and boys to come and join. But in order to achieve this we have to ensure that we have the right facilities for the children and their parents. Since the Club was established in 1947 and is totally run by volunteers the benefit for the local community for family’s to come together will carry through to the next Generations to come.
“Let the girls play!
Elisabeth Marrion, Bashley FC Executive”
Lionesses star Danielle Carter delighted by Bashley Girls Football Club’s funding success
England Women and Arsenal striker Danielle Carter has praised Grow the Game and Bashley Girls FC following the award of a £1,500 grant from The FA. The grant, which will provide a boost to grassroots female football in Bashley and the surrounding areas, has paved the way for Bashley Girls FC to create an U15’s girls youth football team which is open to all abilities.
Danielle said: “I would like to congratulate Bashley Girls FC on working with the Football Foundation and Hampshire County FA to secure a Grow the Game grant. Playing in an all-female team from a young age was key to my development, so I am delighted that there will be more opportunities for women and girls in the local area and wish Bashley Girls FC good luck during their debut season!”
Lee Norville, Manager and Coach of Bashley Girls said: Grassroots football is such an important entry point for girls coming into the sport and being awarded this grant from the Football Foundation will allow Bashley Girls FC to create an U15’s girls team. Our aim is to give the opportunity to girls of any ability to learn the sport, become part of a team, meet new people and make new friends. Our plan is to create a girl’s youth team and take them on a development pathway into competitive football from U15’s through to women’s’ football. It’s never too late to enter the game!
The Bashley team is still in development stage and will entering a local league in the Autumn. Training every Monday evening commencing September 2018. For more information contact: Lee Norville Email: email@example.com Tel: 07813 030551
Photo: Bashley FC’s Commercial Executive and local author Elisabeth Marrion with team member Elle Norville at the club stand on the Village Day. Elisabeth has sponsored the Girl’s kit under the name of her latest book.