Cardiff’s new hub for women and girls’ football

Football Is Her Game Too

We are proud to partner with Her Game Too, the inspiring campaign against sexism in football. We have brought their successful campaign onto the pitch, launching the UK’s first Her Game Too training centre right here in Cardiff, with sessions running every Monday evening.

Whether you’re already playing for a club or you’ve never kicked a ball before, come along and give it a try. Your first session is free and there is no pressure. All we need you to do is register so we know you’re coming, and you’re set to join in the fun.

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Our weekly training sessions will run on Monday evenings at our Cardiff Bay base.

6pm-7pm Girls aged up to u11
6pm-7pm Adult Beginners

7pm-8pm Girls aged u12-u16
7pm-8pm Adult Improvers


Training sessions are held at Cardiff and Vale College outdoor 3G, just off Dumballs Road between the city centre and Cardiff Bay.

The venue is a full sized 3G pitch on the College campus.

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Centre Values

These are the values we look to demonstrate and instil at the Her Game Too WFC training centre. Not criticising someone for making a mistake, but instead encouraging her and praising her effort is a great example of these values.

  1. Empowering and supporting each other
  2. No judgement
  3. Respect
  4. Honesty
  5. Teamwork

Who we are

We are coaches, players and supporters who are passionate about the women’s game.

We want to create a space where women and girls of all ages feel confident, safe and empowered playing football.

This is why we are launching the UK’s FIRST Her Game Too Training Centre.

We will provide high quality weekly training sessions delivered by qualified coaches. The training centre will create a no-judgement, low pressure environment for women and girls to develop football skills and fall in love with playing the beautiful game. The training centre is for all women, girls and those who experience sexism within football.

“No judgement, low pressure. I feel like I can make a mistake and no-one will laugh at me”

HGT training centre session

“Although Her Game Too originated as a campaign to raise awareness of sexism, it’s always refreshing to see the positive light on social media of women and girls enjoying the beautiful game and standing up against negativity and barriers. Providing equal opportunities to those who want to play football is so important to us at Her Game Too and collectively with WFC, we believe that training centres are the starting point to this.”HGT’s Brittany Laing, Cardiff City Ambassador and Team Lead for HGT Cymru speaking about the collaboration

Free taster session

Simply register with us so we know to expect you, and then turn up to the Monday evening session that fits you best.

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