UncategorisedClub Statement

1st June 2020by Euxton Girls


We hope that everyone is keeping well,

The latest FA guidelines are linked below, which is a positive step forward for the return of Football.


You will see or have seen other clubs and teams via the news, social media etc. starting to begin and plan socially distanced training based on the guidelines attached from the FA and DCMS.

The club view is to continue to be patient and to review the situation, the latest guidelines and supporting information at the beginning of July and as such will not be providing any training sessions at this time. We want to do it right, not do it quick.

While we are as excited and keen as anyone to get back out there, and considering that schools aren’t back yet, we feel that it would not be fair or of any real benefit to our girls, coaches or parents to put on socially distant training sessions, with five players, as well as the logistics of making it as safe and as enjoyable as possible at the current time.

In the meantime, enjoy the weather, go on walks, have fun, do a challenge, practice your keepy-uppies and skills. We will be back soon enough; it is getting closer every week.

If anyone has any questions or would like any further information, then please do get in touch.

Thank you to everyone and stay safe and we very much look forward to seeing everyone back out on the grass as soon as we can.

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Euxton Girls Football Club Chorley Lancashire

Euxton Girls FC was formed in July 2002 by Chairman Dennis Winn, with 23 girls signing on to U10s and U12s teams. Today, over 200 girls are training and playing for 14 teams, in the West Lancs Girls and North Valley Leagues. Our teams have won league titles and cup competitions.
Euxton Girls have produced many players who have moved onto successful careers in the game, some in the US and others playing for Liverpool FC Women and Blackburn Rovers LFC. Several former players now play for Chorley FC Women.