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Cornwall County FA help organise, develop and support a wide range of opportunities for females of all ages to participate within football and provide support to clubs, players, coaches and volunteers through:


  • Club Development
  • Volunteering Opportunities
  • Charter Standard Growth Fund
  • Cornwall Women’s League
  • Cornwall Girls League
  • FA Skills Coaches Programme 
  • Girls Advanced Coaching Centre
  • Football Foundation Grow the Game Grants

In Cornwall, the growth in female football has been clearly demonstrated in both schools and clubs.

There is a clear structure for Girl’s and Women’s club football within the county:

The Cornwall Girls Football League is now established and caters for U9's—U18's Girls .

The Cornwall Women’s Football League, is in the National Pyramid & feeds in to the South West Women's Football League.

For more information on Women's and Girls Football please contact:-

Cornwall FA -Women’s, Girls & Disability FDO

Warren Parker, Tel: 07846 293067 E-mail: warren.parker@cornwallfa.com

Cornwall Girls League Secretary: Lee Morford Email lee.morford@btconnect.com

Cornwall Women’s League Secretary: Denzil Lobb Email: d.lobb48@btinternet.com


Women's Club Focus - Culdrose Ladies

On Tuesday 21st February Warren visited Culdrose Ladies FC at there training evening to catch up with Manager Ciaran Nash and his players.

Having spent some time watching the session and witnessing the enthusiasm of this young group of players it certainly wasn't apparent that the results and position in the league had had any adverse affect upon them. The session content was concentrating on pressing the ball as individuals and units of players. the session then flipped to possession when they broke into a small sided game. It was varied and enjoyed with an enthusiastic approach from all involved.

Culdrose Ladies benefit from using the artificial surface on the air base during the winter months before returning to grass at the club when the lighter evening return.

After the training session we returned to the Club Pavilions to have an informal chat about the game in Cornwall and individual views about their participation

Discussion points were:-

  • League football - experiences and competing 
  • Players - length of involvement, thoughts towards the future
  • Female game in Cornwall adult & youth
  • Additional formats of the game
  • Links with Club youth and opportunities for female Coaches & Referees
  • Club Mentoring 

Looking forward to supporting Culdrose Ladies & Girls FC achieve their aims of growing their provision and an offering of all age groups for female football.

Please follow these links for Player & Coach input:-







Women's Club Focus - Mullion Ladies

On Thursday 23rd February Warren visited Mullion Ladies FC at Mullion School Indoor Sports Hall to chat with players and manager Kevin James.

There were only 4 players in attendance but this did not detract from a structured session working on building play to create shooting opportunities. The players enjoyed and embraced what Kevin was coaching and certainly provided outcomes from his session.

Mullion Ladies have been at the School for quite a few months due to floodlight issues at there home ground Clifden Parc.

The friendly players took time out to chat about their challenges and their thoughts about female football in Cornwall.

Discussion points were:-

  • League football - travel, league format and fairness and ethos 
  • Players - impacted by Injuries, marriages and pregnancy.
  • Small Sided football.
  • Opportunities for female coaches & referees
  • Vulnerability with no youth players
  • Linking training sessions with local club Mullion Ladies

Please follow these links for Player & Coach input:-






Women's Club Focus - Wadebridge Ladies FC

On Friday 3rd March Warren visited Wadebridge Ladies FC at Bodmin Dragons Leisure Centre to watch the Ladies train and chat with them after.

Incredibly on a Friday night in the pouring rain 15 players worked hard with coach Sam Smith reacting to the previous game working on creating and executing opportunities.

This team were formed in December 2015 playing friendlies in their first season before entering the Pirate FM Cornwall Women's League this season 2016-17.

All of the players stayed behind to give their views on their enjoyment of the game and views towards the future.

Discussion points were:-

  • League football - attracting players, refereeing and fairness in the game.
  • Players - recruitment, social interaction & the importance of team spirit.
  • Small Sided football.
  • Opportunities for female coaches & referees
  • Improving links with the club and youth sections.
  • CPD for coach and the importance of decent training equipment and facilities.

Please follow these links for Player & Coach input:-



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