Canterbury District Soccer Football Association is celebrating Female Football Week and the increasing numbers of girls and woman in the areas football programs. The CDSFA acknowledges and is promoting the importance of our football players, referees and administrators in developing football within the Association. In 2019, the CDSFA Female
ALDI MiniRoos Kick-Off for Girls in conjunction with Football NSW Female Football Week, is providing subsidies to new girls kick-off centres 2019 is proving to be a massive year in female football with our Westfield Matildas winning the Cup of Nations Tournament as they prepare for their campaign at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup France
Football NSW is inviting registered coaches of Female Football Teams to an upcoming workshop in alignment with our Female Football Week. Female Football Week is a nationwide initiative to celebrate the immense growth of women’s football at all levels of the game and acknowledge and promote the important role women play in developing football.
Football Federation Australia annually hosts the Female Football Awards in alliance with International Women's Day, which provides an opportunity for member federations to recognises individuals within both elite and grassroots aspects of our game in playing, coaching, officiating and also administrator roles. The event also celebrates the
Female Football and Women's participation within our sport is regarded as a highly important model within the pillars at Football NSW, and today saw the organisation take another step forward in the empowerment of females within our sport. Football NSW’s continued focus on capability building and providing leadership development opportunities,