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Women's Football

We offer a range of programmes for women. Whether it be competitive or social, for fitness or for fun.

Powerleague offers the biggest and best 5-a-side leagues in the UK. If you like the sound of weekly fixtures, organised competition and end of season rewards. With us, you can book a pitch - either with colleagues for a corporate event, a social game with friends when you're ready, leagues when more and more women's teams are joining us. At our kids' parties and half-term camps - girls enjoy football alongside boys. We are also working with local communities where lots of girls are using our new Powerpitches too!

Join a league

Search for an active league near you. If you can't find what you're looking for, head to our enquiry form.

Two games a night

League games are a shorter 30-minute format so you fit more matches in to keep it lively and social.

Under £25 a game

As well as good competition, you get good value too.

90,000 minutes of free football for women

    League Competitions for Friends and Family

      We joined the new women's league this year and have been really impressed with the welcome from the club, as well as their willingness to adapt the game format to our needs.

      Rachel, European League Player

      It's excellent news that Powerleague are addressing the needs of women at the grassroots level of the game. Tailoring their product to what women want when it comes to 5-a-side is the right approach and we hope it attracts more women players into football.

      Kelly Simmons, FA Participation and Development Director

      We joined the new women's league this year and have been really impressed with the welcome from the club, as well as their willingness to adapt the game format to our needs.

      Rachel, European League Player

      It's excellent news that Powerleague are addressing the needs of women at the grassroots level of the game. Tailoring their product to what women want when it comes to 5-a-side is the right approach and we hope it attracts more women players into football.

      Kelly Simmons, FA Participation and Development Director