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HOW TO GET INVOLVED - GIRLS

Information for players, parents and schools

In order to participate in the ISFA Representative Programme, players must be attending an ISFA Member School

Under-15 Regional (Year 9 & 10)

ISFA runs a girls regional representative programme for girls in years 9 & 10. The first stage of this process is for girls to attend a regional talent ID day, usually taking place in March / April. Two talent ID days are held, one in the South and one in the north.  girls can be nominated by either their school or parent to attend a talent ID day (applications open around January); however, where the nomination is from the parent, please note that no girl can represent ISFA without the knowledge and approval of her school. Following the talent ID days the best players will be selected to represent their region at the ISFA Girls U15 Regional Festival taking place in June, with approx. 45-60 girls selected to take part. During the festival the best players will be selected to attend a summer development camp which is also the starting process for selection for the following seasons National U16 squad.

Under-16 National (Year 10 & 11)

ISFA runs a girls national representative programme for girls in years 10 & 11. ISFA organises a national trials day in September and girls wishing to attend this can be nominated by either their school or parent (applications open around May); however, where the nomination is from the parent, please note that no girl can represent ISFA without the knowledge and approval of her school. . At the trial day a squad of 18 players (plus standby players) will be selected to form a National U16 squad to take part in development camps and international matches during October – March (some players may be pre-selected based on performances during the previous year and / or the regional representative festival).

Under-18 National (Year 12 & 13)

ISFA runs a girls national representative programme for girls in years 12 & 13. ISFA organises a national trials day in September and girls wishing to attend this can be nominated by either their school or parent (applications open around May); however, where the nomination is from the parent, please note that no girl can represent ISFA without the knowledge and approval of her school. At the trial day a squad of 18 players (plus standby players) will be selected to form a National U18 squad to take part in development camps and international matches during October – March (some players may be pre-selected based on performances during the previous year).

For further details on the ISFA Girls Representative Programme please contact ISFA National Football Development Manager This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

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