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Liverpool FC Women

As part of the professionalisation of women’s football, a number of the top clubs have set up academies. These academies are now taking players from 16 up to 21. England FA are fully supportive of this.

Developing more home grown players and more internationals is important. As part of this move, they want Under 18 players to have access to more and better training, strength and conditioning. So, Liverpool FC have turned to Rainhill once again.

From September 2018, four of their best Academy players started in the Sixth Form. They are studying A-Levels or BTEC Level 3 qualifications. All four have been welcomed by the other Rainhill Sixth former students and we are looking forward to growing our numbers of LFC women in 2019.

Under 18 Rainhill Girls’ Team In September 2019

From 2019, Rainhill Sixth Form will have a girls U18 football team.They will be coached by Liverpool FC First Team Captain, Leandra Little. The team will have some of the Liverpool Women’s players, but it is open to all, regardless of your football loyalties, and it will be a ‘Rainhill Sixth Form Team’. It doesn’t matter whether you play for Everton, or have never tried the game, 2019/20 season could be your breakthrough year.