Goals4Girls

“Keep your dreams alive. Remember all things are possible for those who believe.”

Gail Devours

 

Goals4Girls Photoshoot, 28 October 2016

Goals4Girls is a football development programme for young women aged between 11-16. The programme aims to encourage every individual we work with to challenge themselves in a safe environment, using football as a vehicle to increase self-esteem, confidence & sports participation, inspiring each individual to set and achieve their goals. The programme has been running successfully since 2013, offering an all-round sports experience including football coaching, workshops, award presentations, inspirational speaking, trips, qualifications and mentoring.

The Goals4Girls coaching experience caters to the needs of the young women making each session fun and rewarding. Being a female development programme it prides itself with having the ability to work amongst a diverse selection of young women from all cultures, backgrounds and abilities.

Working closely with the Royal Docks Community School and the P.E. Department, Goals4Girls has supported a number of young women to realise their potential and aspire to greater success.

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Goals4Girls programme of events:

 

2014 visit and lunch with David Cameron and Nichola Adams at 10 Downing Street.

Attendance to all the professional women’s England International football games at Wembley stadium.

Visit and training at West Ham United football club.

Participation in Nike Sparq Fitness Testing.

School visit of the artist Misha B (X Factor).

Attendance and participation at the Women In Sports Insight Series 2016.

Established links with Tottenham Hotspur Women’s 1st Team and development centre ensuring individual player development and achievement, expanding the vision to help and transform sport for every woman and girl in the UK.

National newspaper press release and interview. (Metro)

Aisha Jabbi graduated in July 2016 from the Goals4Girls programme and has since signed for Tottenham Hotspur U18 Ladies team.

Vivianne Osakanu and Valmire Toshi graduated in July 2016 from the Goals4Girls programme and are now playing for Barking Abbey Academy.

Goals4Girls Award Ceremony 2016 with special guest Claire Rafferty – England International and Chelsea football player.

Making History – Goals4Girls and students at TRDCS were the last to play on West Ham stadiums football pitch Upton park, before being demolished.

Young Achiever Pride of Britain Award Winner presented by HRH Prince Charles and Dame Maggie Smith. Goals4Girls is run and led by Francesca Brown, who is an ambassador for the Prince’s Trust and has since won the Inspirational Women’s Day award in 2015 (IWD) by Google Hangout+ and the Offside Rule Pod. Her success has continued and in 2016 her programme flourished resulting in remarkable achievements receiving three business accolades. Rising Star in Sports Business 2016 sponsored by Bloomberg & WeAreTheCity, Tomorrow’s business award sponsored by NatWest and the honouree Prince’s Trust Young Achiever Pride of Britain Award sponsored by TSB, ITV and The Daily Mirror.

 

Why not get involved in the Goals4Girls Development Programme at the Royal Docks Community school today!

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Francesca Brown

Managing Director at Goals4Girls

(http://goals4girls.co.uk/)

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