There’s a great buzz at Watford Ladies FC as they unveil their plans for the new season, with the First Team at the top of an enhanced youth development structure.
It’s been an exhilarating time for the First Team, finding its rhythm with a three-game back-to-back winning streak capped off by a convincing 3-2 win against Walton Casuals.
The club have announced Jordan Williams as the new First Team Manager. Jordan has achieved great results coaching the U16 Warriors in the Junior Premier League this season.
Building on this year’s success of all the elite and development teams, from U10s through to U18s, the club will be restructuring its development programme into three tiers. The Warriors will play in the Junior Premier League, against some of the best teams in the country, whilst the Hornets will be targeting Division 1 of the Hertfordshire Girls Football Partnership League with the Harts competing in the lower divisions.
Chairman Andrew Lovelace is excited about the club’s evolution and the prospects for the future: “Our plans for the new season are exciting and ambitious. We are confident because they are built on strong foundations with our values of player welfare, education, development and excellence at the heart of everything.”
The club will continue to work with Queen’s School and Brunel University on football and educational pathways, adding employment opportunities to improve outcomes for players, both on and off the pitch.
If you are interested in joining Watford Ladies FC, the club will be holding open trials for the senior team and U18s on May 16 and 18, U10s to U13s on May 23 and U14s to U16s on May 25.
For more details, please visit watfordladiesfc.com