Girls Football

Mini Millers

For girls who are walking up to 5 years

These fun sessions will help children run, jump, kick, throw and catch, as well as educational outcomes such as learning colours, numbers, letters and shapes. Parental/guardian participation involvement is required.

Find out more here.

Weetabix Wildcats

For girls aged between 5 – 11 years

A fun, informal way for girls to get involved with football

Weetabix Wildcats is non-competitive football for girls who want to play for the very first time, to meet new friends and have fun.

There are various sessions throughout Rotherham.

Find your nearest one here.

Future Stars

Future Stars is Rotherham United Community Sports Trust’s official development programme for girls and boys aged 5 – 16 years.

The girls only sessions provide them with a chance to learn and develop their all-round skills in a fun and safe environment.

It also gives girls a chance to be introduced to football whilst interacting with other children their age.

For the older participants, it gives them extra training, and a chance to build their skills and game knowledge whilst learning to work within a team.

Find out more here.


For girls aged between 12 – 14 years

Play together, learn together, grow together

Unite is a new programme for girls designed to give autonomy, choice and a voice to the girls involved. The aim is to provide a fun, relevant and engaging recreational offer that allows each girl to develop themselves as well as their football skills. Whether that be through 5 a side, 11 a side, Futsal, or mini-games, it’s their choice.

Find out more here.

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Club Football

Club football starts for Under 7’s and progresses each year group up to Under 18’s

Football Clubs provide competitive matches, through playing in a football league with regular training sessions from a qualified coach, a team kit, all whilst learning how to play and be part of a team.

If you want to play club football, find out your nearest Girls club through The FA.

Find out more here.

Girls Football Schools Partnership (GFSP)

As a GFSP strategic lead for the Youth Sport Trust, in conjunction with Wickersley School Sports Partnership, the Football Development team are working with families of schools at primary and secondary levels to develop girls in and through football in an educational-based setting.

The Partnership will increase opportunities for girls to play the game in and out of curriculum time in an educational setting. Teachers and school staff will receive bespoke training to support the development of Physical Literacy, Character Education and Youth Leadership.

Establishing close links with County Football Associations and Community Football Trusts, the Partnerships will be able to signpost girls to community opportunities. In addition, The FA Girls’ Football School Partnerships – supported by Barclays will create the next generation of the game’s behind-the-scenes workforce by developing and growing the number of female volunteers.

To find out more about what the Girls Football Schools Partnership in Rotherham can offer, please email or visit

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The information contained on this webpage has been provided by local Rotherham football clubs. It is the responsibility of each club to ensure that information relating to their club remains up to date.

Rotherham United Community Sports Trust is not responsible for the accuracy of the information provided and accepts no liability relating to any information contained on this page. It is recommended that you contact a club/session directly in order to establish specific opportunities available.

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