The Fair Sex
Updated Friday, 26th July 2002
Women's football should have a higher profile as at least the national side wins on a regular basis. Want to get involved? Read on
Just to make Daviebee's day, we bring you an update on the love of his life, Scotland Captain Julie Fleeting. You will remember that Julie was signed as a professional player by San Diego Spirit. Well, she has made her usual impact. She has been on the pitch three times (twice as a sub and the other from the start) and she has already notched up two goals. Her second goal, proved to be the winner to give her new team their first away victory of the season.
For those of you who follow the women's game or would like to know why Daviebee has such devotion, you may like to get hold of a free poster. The Women’s National Squad recently gained promotion to the 1st strength category in Europe (top 16 to you and me) and a poster will be available at the end of August. To receive your free copy please email your postal address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For those of you who want to be actively involved in women's football (unfortunately this is for women only), you may be interested in the SFA Development Squad Programme. The programme aims to increase opportunities regionally and nationally, and develop structures to enable young girls to participate in football at a level suitable to their experience, ambitions and talent. the programmes begins again in August and will cover the areas of:
The squads are open to girls who play regularly and are looking to improve their football skills and knowledge. The Development Squad Programme are a vital part of the SFA Pathway for girls and women’s football as the squads are a stepping-stone to the Elite Squads and National Squads.
SFA Pathway for Girls/Women’s Football
National "A" Team
National Squad Involvement U17/U19
SFA Elite Squads (U17/U19)
SFA Select Squads (U13/U17/U19)
SFA Development Squad Programme (U13/U17/U19)
Club Teams—School Teams/Activities
Participation, Community Scheme, Soccer Centres, Festivals
If you are interested in getting involved here are the Development Squads Venues & Contacts numbers
01224 522 997
|Dumfries & Galloway||Colin Hunter||07712 666 864|
|Edinburgh||Anne McConaghy||to be confirmed|
|Fife||Alan Taylor||01592 417925|
|Forth Valley||Alison Mackie||01259 452454|
|Glasgow||Angela Hind||0141 2875902|
|Ross & Cromarty||Fiona McWilliams||01349 860864|
|Inverness||Ian Davidson||01463 226387|
|South Lanarkshire||Ian Steele||01698 476121|
|Sutherland||David Rose||01408 621441|
|Tayside||Sophie Hearn||01382 434287|
|Caithness||Jill Turner||01955 603333|
Any player wishing to get involved in the SFA Development Squad Programme should contact their local coordinator.
Ger Harley (email@example.com)
Shane Knox (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Al McIntosh (Al@scottishfitba.net)
Scottish-Fitba.Net incorporates ScotlandEuro2008.net