Become a Sister Club
Forge closer links with your local FA WSL team
The Sister Club programme helps grassroots clubs become affiliated with their local FA WSL team and get access to a range of exclusive benefits.
The programme is designed to help build mutual relationships between the clubs and aims to get more girls involved in football, whether that be playing or attending a game.
Each FA WSL club offers a unique benefits package which includes player appearances, visits to open training sessions, free merchandise, flag bearing and player escort opportunities and a Sister Club logo exclusively for your club.
Fifteen FA WSL clubs deliver the Sister Club programme with over 100 local grassroots clubs affiliated.
If you are interested in becoming a Sister Club, contact your local programme officer:
Arsenal – Tom Hartley: email@example.com
Birmingham – Kerys Harrop: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bristol City – Jack Pitt: email@example.com
Doncaster Rovers Belles – Julie Grundy: firstname.lastname@example.org
Durham – Mark Donnelly: email@example.com
Everton – Danielle Camborne-Paynter: Danielle.Camborne-Paynter@evertonfc.com
Liverpool – Ianthe Mumford: Ianthe.Mumford@liverpoolfc.com
London Bees – Amy Colson: firstname.lastname@example.org
Man City – Rebecca Walkden: Rebecca.Walkden@mancity.com
Millwall – Bonnie Horwood: Bons008@hotmail.com
Reading – Emma Hopkins: email@example.com
Sheffield – Leanne De Silva: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunderland – Claire Forrester: email@example.com
Watford – Charlotte Kerr: firstname.lastname@example.org
Yeovil – Nicola Cousins: email@example.com