We’re on a mission to inspire more womxn and girls to play football and build community. That’s why this year we’re inviting competing teams at Spring Kicks 2019 and fans to raise money for Goals4Girls
. We love what they do, and hope you’ll consider donating to their cause so more young womxn can experience the joy and benefits of kickabouts.Goals4Girls
A non-profit development programme that empowers disadvantaged young women aged 5-16 through sports and education.
Our development programme offers a variety of activities where young women are able to receive support and guidance needed to navigate their next steps.
Focusing on positively developing young women's communication, confidence and motivational skills. Through developing these skills, we believe young women's teamwork, problem solving, physical and mental health will be positively affected, thus, creating positive role models for the future.About Spring Kicks
London-based football collective Romance FC
are leading the way by hosting their biggest tournament to date. Scheduled to run as a curtain raiser to support the World Cup, Spring Kicks
will showcase and promote the many faces of the womxn’s grassroots game through a feminist, inclusive celebration of football.
Striving to get as many eyes on the Fifa WWC 2019
as possible, this all starts with: giving the grassroots game more visibility, showing up for womxn’s football and connecting across all ages.
Since their first tournament in 2016,
Romance FC has seen the number of womxn’s teams throughout UK and Europe surge.
This highly anticipated tournament will welcome 28 fierce and fast-footed teams from across the UK to compete for fun and of course; glory. More junior teams than ever will be participating – showing fans what the future of football looks like.Spring Kicks 2019 will take place on Saturday 11th May 2019 at Trent Park, N14 4UW – 10:00am – 5:00pm GET TO KNOW US
Romance FC founded in 2012 is a creative football collective, committed to building community and forging opportunities for womxn and non-binary individuals both on and off the pitch. From the early days of training across Hackney’s parks, the team has grown rapidly in size, skill and sisterhood.
Current player-manager Trisha Lewis is dedicated to building a relaxed and social environment where common interests and different perspectives help transform the world of womxn’s grassroots sports.