England’s success at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup captured the attention and hearts of the nation.
The bronze medal-winning Lionesses spoke of inspiring the next generation and creating a legacy. They certainly did just that – and we are here to foster that legacy.
We took over the running of the women’s game in 1993 and with over 2.5 million registered players, football is now the top participation sport for women and girls in England.
Download our infographic that demonstrates the depth and breadth of the work being driven by the FA and our key partners in developing our sport.
In addition, you can also see our latest objectives from the 2020-2024 Women’s Football Strategy: Inspiring Positive Change
We hope you find all the information you need on the women’s and girls’ game in England and you can also learn more about the history of women's football in England.
If not, please do not hesitate to contact your local County FA as each County has a designated lead officer on women’s football.
If you need further help and support then please e-mail Womens.Football@TheFA.com