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Southampton FC Partner With Women In Football
Friday, 12th Nov 2021 09:15

Saints committed themselves to women's football a few years ago when they re-established a women's football team under the SFC banner, now they have further strengthened their ties with the women's game with this exciting partnership.

Saints have just announced that they have become a corporate partner with Women In Football and we publish the the full details in the press release.

For those who would like to find out more about the women's team then why not pop along to the Snows Stadium, home of AFC Totton on Sunday afternoon at 1pm when they take on Swindon Town in the 1st round of the Women's FA Cup, full details below.


Southampton Football Club is delighted to announce that it has partnered with Women in Football as a Corporate Member.

The club has enrolled on the Women in Football Corporate Membership programme to support its ongoing equality, diversity and inclusion goals and help drive forward gender diversity across the football industry.

As a Corporate Member, Southampton will have access to a unique range of tailored services from Women in Football, including courses, workshops, group coaching and mentoring.

By signing up to become a Corporate Member with Women in Football, Southampton Football Club pledges to #GetOnside by increasing gender representation across the club.

Women in football are asking organisations across football to committing to take action to improve the landscape for women and girls in the game. More information about the pledges can be found here.

Southampton’s Managing Director, Toby Steele, said: “As a club that champions diversity, we’re delighted to be partnering with Women in Football and helping to power positive change in football.

“At Southampton, we strive to create a truly inclusive environment, both for our fans and our staff, and we look forward to working with Women in Football to achieve that aim.”

Women in Football CEO Jane Purdon said: "We're absolutely delighted to welcome Southampton FC as a corporate member. Joining up to access Women in Football's support services is the mark of a club that's serious about gender equality.

"Our corporate members receive bespoke training and consultancy services from our experts, which include group coaching, leadership training, mentoring, and assessing organisational culture. The WIF team is excited about helping to make St Mary's a workplace where everyone has a chance to thrive."

Find out more about what Women in Football are doing to create a stronger, brighter and more diverse future using the link below.


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IanRC added 16:11 - Nov 12
Shockingly poor the Southampton FC coverage of their women’s team. Had to look at the text on the Ipswich women’s website to follow how we were doing in the cup last week. They deserve a lot better particularly in view of their results this season.

That said the women’s game appears to be following the same corrupt path as the men’s game. MUFC women go straight into the top division on formation, we start somewhat lower and massacre our opposition most games. A disgrace by the authorities yet again.

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