Melbourn Dynamos looking for new players for girls teams
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While England’s women are making their mark at the FIFA World Cup in Canada, Melbourn Dynamos FC are launching girls’ teams for next season.
Players showed off their skills at the recent Melbourn Fete in a bid to recruit new members to the team.
The Football Association have given the Dynamos a “Grow the Game” grant to help fund the project for the next three years.
Crucially it allows the club, who were awarded FA Charter standard status back in 2009, to offer season-long signing-on fees of £20.
Budding players aged from five to 14 have been taking advantage of free coaching on offer on the playing fields at Melbourn Village College between 10am and 11am every Saturday morning.
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The Dynamos hope to run two girls’ teams in 2015/16 in addition to the sides which cater for boys from four to 18.
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