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University kicks-off football sessions exclusively for females


The University of Wolverhampton is hosting free female football sessions for children and adults at Walsall Campus.

The free football sessions have been exclusively designed to encourage the uptake of female footballers. Whether its to keep fit, learn a new skill or to simply have fun – the University of Wolverhampton welcomes all ages and abilities for females aged four years and over.

The fun and engaging sessions take place every Tuesday, led by the University’s experienced coaches on the state-of-the-art flood-lit 3G pitch at the University’s Walsall Campus based on Gorway Road.

Age group

Session timings

4-6 years

4pm until 5pm

7-10 years

4pm until 5pm

11-17 years

5pm until 6pm


5pm until 6pm


Charlotte Joynes, BSc (Hons) Sport Coaching student at the University and WLV Sport student activator said: “Here at the University, we wanted to provide females with the opportunity to learn at their own pace and keep active through our exclusive football sessions.

“I believe that everyone should get the opportunity to take part in sport no matter their gender, age or their ability - sport is for everyone and taking part in these kinds of activities, is a fantastic way to boost your mental health.  

“Whether you’re a semi-pro or a beginner, 4-years-old or 40-years-old, we want as many of you to come along, see what’s on offer and join in the fun.”

Booking is not necessary for these sessions, simply arrive 10 minutes before the session time.

For more information about the female football sessions please contact Charlotte Joynes.

Take a look at the range of recreational facilities at the University of Wolverhampton’s Sports Centre at Walsall and City Campus.

Anyone looking to study at the University of Wolverhampton should register for one of our forthcoming Open Days.

For more information contact the Corporate Communications Team at

For more information please contact the Corporate Communications Team.

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