With the change of season for girls' and women's football in full swing for a third season, many clubs are now creating opportunities for girls and women to play football.

Sam Milne, Scottish FA Girls and Women’s Football Development Officer for the East Region says:
“The change of season for girls youth football in Tayside and Fife proved a successful venture with a record number of girl’s football teams registering for season March – November 2009. In season 2009, Tayside and Fife there was a record number of 44 girls football teams playing organised football across the region, equating to nearly 500 girls from age 11 through to 17 years of age. In 2011, this has increased dramatically with now over 70 teams playing and well over 1000 girls playing registered club football in the region. We also have a record number of girls taking part in school football, especially the Dundee Girls Football League organised by Active Schools in Dundee, and our main aim would be to give these girls the opportunity to play in club football to encourage life long participation in the sport.”

The girls/ women’s clubs in Dundee and Angus have been working hard to provide opportunities for females in the area to participate in football and are always on the look out for new players or volunteers. Some information on the clubs can be found below.

Broughty United YFC
Broughty United are a new club to the female game for 2011. Starting out in 2010 as a community class they have now added enough players to register for the U11 East Region fixtures and festivals. Broughty United are looking for players born 2000 or below. For more information on the club please contact George Ferguson on 01382 477339.

Celtic Girls Tayside

Celtic Girls have been a club in Dundee for many years providing opportunities for any youth players at all ages. They are currently looking to add players and volunteers to all age groups

Celtic Girls are looking to recruit U11, U13, U15 and U17,
All teams’ home games are played at Lochee Park on a Saturday morning; outdoor training will commence 1st week in April and all teams’ outdoor training will be at Lochee Park,
Email Club at leegalloway@blueyonder.co.uk or telephone Stewart Galloway on 01382 861191 for further details.

Dundee West CSC

In 2009 Dundee West CSC were awarded the Scottish FA Quality Mark Community Status and would like to invite any players to join their girls section. Dundee west under 11/13/15s girls football team looking for new players all abilities welcome. They will be moving to outdoor training in a few weeks time that is held on a Thursday night at Charlotte street pitches between 6pm and 7.30pm.

For more info contact Billy mcgann on 07989860490.

Dundee United SC

Another Scottish FA Quality Mark Community Club which are looking to add players to their existing teams. Based at Monymusk, Dundee United SC is looking for any players for U11, U13 and U15 teams.

The club would also like to attract experienced players for their Senior Women’s Premier League team. Any players over the age of 16 are welcome to SWPL team.  
For more info contact Jim Patterson on 07966249312

Monifieth GFC

Based at Riverview in Monifieith GFC have teams at U11/ U13/ U15 and U17. Monifieth GFC are looking to recruit players at all levels.
For more information please contact Nikki Royden, Nroyden67@aol.com. 07790 087681

To keep up to date with our Women’s National Team Acitvity, please log on to www.scottishfa.co.uk. The women’s Under 19 team will be undertaking their Phase 2 campaign for the European Championships at the end of this month in Austria against Spain, Poland and Austria.

For more information on Girls/ Women’s Football across Tayside and Fife please contact Sam Milne on 07841 569805 or sam.milne@scottishfa.co.uk