Can I get involved?
Wherever you are in the game, we’re here to help.
Our ten Women’s High Performance Football Centres have been designed for a mixture of different coaching abilities. Some of our centres specialise in providing focused support and guidance for certain groups e.g. UEFA B qualified coaches, however, support is available for all coaches at any level.
You can find out more about your local women’s high performance centre and the support they offer using the contact information on this page.
How will you support me?
There are lots of different ways we can support you and work together.
We know that everyone is different and people learn in different ways. That’s why we offer different types of support at each of our women’s high performance centres. Take a look at what's available below.
Get one-to-one, individual support from your CDO that's personalised for you and your team. Focus on the areas that you want to develop and build new coaching skills for training and match-day.
Join other coaches from your area in group presentations and activities led by your CDO. Build new connections with other coaches from the women's and girls' game and learn new skills in our selection of workshops through the season.
Join specialist coaching discussions, debates and presentations on various different topics throughout the season. Build new connections with other coaches near you and learn about different topics and themes during our seminars.
Community of practice
Join other coaches from your area to share ideas and knowledge and discuss the coaching challenges you face. Hear how others may have overcome challenges and and achieved success and work with your CDO on relating ideas to your coaching context.
Your CDO will work with local clubs to showcase different match day coaching environments. Hear presentations from coaches and managers on their match preparation and strategies. Develop your observation and analysis skills through tasks led by your CDO and undertake discussions with other coaches to broaden your knowledge of the game.
Your CDO will work with local clubs to provide insight into how coaches plan and deliver their sessions and how they incorporate a multi-disciplinary team. Pick up new session ideas, observe coaching interventions and see different coaching styles. Develop your network of contacts and work with the CDO on how you might apply what you see to your players.