Dundee University played host to a spectacular girls’ under-11s festival on Saturday.
Organised by the Scottish FA, the event had over 200 girls taking part who brought along their parents, aunties and other family members for support.
As part of the Scottish FA’s east region mission to promote positive female role models within the women’s game, players from Forfar Farmington FC and Celtic Tayside Girls under-17s were in attendance and refereed some of the matches.
Sam Milne, girls’ and women’s club development officer for the Scottish FA in the east, said: “It was great to see so many girls taking part in the festival and for the under-17 players being role models to the younger kids.
“The game is growing all the time especially at the younger age groups and it was really pleasing to see all the new teams and girls at the festival.
"We had around 500 people passing through the gates at Riverside, between players, parents and supporters of the festival, which shows how big the game is going.
“I have to give a massive thank you to Celtic Tayside Girls and Forfar Farmington for supporting their under-17 players to come along and match supervise the games, the girls all did really well and interacted with the young girls brilliantly.”