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Cash boost for female football | News | SportsWomen | Sky Sports

In the last two years, the programme delivered through Premier League and Football League clubs, has exceeded its initial target, attracting 42,462 new players to the game.

 

The landmark Female Development Programme launched in 2013 saw all four organisations work together for the first time, setting a target of getting 40,000 girls aged 14 and over playing football regularly.

 

Grassroots women’s football will receive a £3.7m cash injection through a joint initiative between Sport England, the Football Association, the Premier League and the Football League Trust.

 

Tracey Crouch, Greg Dyke and Shaun Harvey mark funding boost

 

 

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