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Offline sbahnhof

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The FA, kids & crowds
« on: July 17, 2017, 09:06:25 AM »

Why the FA's promotional strategy needs to change, and how:

Kids Go Free: Why Branding Women’s Football as ‘Family-Friendly’ may do more Harm than Good
Ceylon Hickman discusses how the FA Women’s Football Strategy targets the wrong audience in the attempt to grow the game.


This article seems to address something that's been bubbling under for years. But what do you think? What is the family/non-family split like at games you've seen? And what is your recommendation to improve the match atmosphere?

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Re: The FA, kids & crowds
« Reply #1 on: July 17, 2017, 01:27:51 PM »
if u have season ticket for the male counterpart of the club , then you get free access to womens games , does this happen up north over the equator..
do the clubs work hard with girls grass roots clubs/teams ? do they ever do community work up north ?

players seem to be invisible .
Still best to happen in the summer.