Garston Ladies FC
The club was formed in 1996 at Lea Farm School, Watford as Garston Girls FC and has grown rapidly to become one of the largest female-only clubs in the county. In May 2002, the club joined forces with Everett Ladies to form Garston Ladies FC.
We are a Charter Standard football club for girls and women, based at the Metropolitan Police Sports Club in Bushey. This season, Garston Ladies FC is running 10 Junior teams and 1 Senior team.
We have over 200 players across all the age groups from Under 7 to adult, with the numbers growing each week. We are always looking to expand and offer a warm welcome to all new players.
We have earned a reputation for being a competitive, fair and friendly club, and were delighted to be awarded the FA Charter Standard in 2007 in recognition of our high standards.
We aim to provide a caring, family environment where girls can develop their skills and enjoy football free from pressure or fear of failure. We will not tolerate poor behaviour, bad language or abuse in any form from coaches, players, parents or spectators. The club actively supports the FA's Respect Campaign.
We have been affiliated to the Hertfordshire FA since the club was formed. Our junior teams play in the Hertfordshire Girls Football Partnership League and our senior side competes in the Greater London Womens League.
The club has become increasingly successful, winning a number of county cups and league titles and we have been pleased to see a number of our players go on to achieve England recognition. Details of the clubs' honours can be found on our Wikipedia page.
We are always looking for ways to develop Garston Ladies FC and are currently in the process of applying for Charter Development Club status. We went our first overseas tour to America in August 2012 and are hoping to organise other similar events in the future.
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