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LWGFL Player Forum

The LWGFL wants to provide a voice to players and ensure that they are actively involved in the development of the league.


Silent Weekend

Next week's fixtures mark the league's second round of the Silent Supporter Campaign from the FA in a move to give the players more of a voice themselves.

This round is different to the first, as coaches will still be allowed to encourage and coach their players.


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The LWGFL is delighted to announce that we have been granted #KickItOut Equality Chartered Status. An accolade that highlights our commitment to ensuring a safe environment for all by applying equality, diversity & inclusion in everything we do.

#KickItOut Equality Chartered Status

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The Lincolnshire Women & Girls’ League is delighted to announce that we have partnered with Lincolnshire Co-op, who have agreed to be our primary sponsor for the 2020-21 season.

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The Co-op Lincolnshire Women & Girls League are delighted to announce the first of three charity and community partners for the upcoming 21/22 season, with Mental Health Charity, State of Mind Sport.

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We are proud to support continued growth of the female game in Lincolnshire by opening a second entry window for the league. New teams at U8, U9, U10 or U11 can enter to join us in January. Click here for the entry form and more details!!



The Lincolnshire Co-op Women & Girls’ League is delighted to announce that we have become the first Lincolnshire League to gain the new FA Charter Standard Accreditation.



As we go into our 2nd year as the LWGFL we are excited that entry for the coming season is now OPEN! We look forward to what we hope will be a full & unbroken season and being even bigger and better than before. Click here for the entry form.

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The League are proud to announce the second of three charity partners for the upcoming season that builds on on our ongoing partnership with Kick it Out. An organisation that we are looking forward to developing our relationship with in 21/22 .



The Lincolnshire Women & Girls' Football League is lending its full support to Play Safe – a national FA-led campaign to raise awareness of the importance of safeguarding in football.



Thank you for your responses to our recent return to play questionnaire, the Lincolnshire Co-op Women and Girls' League have taken on your feedback and have released the following statement.

League Statement- Return to Football Questionnaire

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The Chair has released a statement congratulating and thanking our teams, volunteers, sponsors and supporters for taking part in a difficult 2021/22 season and looking ahead to the next. 

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They say the best things come in threes! In our third announcement this week, the League are delighted to announce that the third community partners for the upcoming 21/22 season will be the Offside Trust, in a bid to improve safeguarding within football.



This week marks the close of first half of the 21/22 season of the Lincolnshire Co-op Women and Girls Football League and what a season it’s been so far. Read on here....

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