Wishaw Wycombe Wanderers
Girls Football Academy
Under 9's

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Our under 11's expands on the basics learned at under 9's and places the girls in a 7v7 Scottish FA Girls League. The players enhance their technical skills as well as beginning to understand the tactics and demands of playing a team sport. 

Training Info

 Monday: Clyde Valley High School, ML2 0LS
 Under 9's:      6.00pm - 7.00pm
 Under 11's:   6.00pm - 8.00pm

 Under 13's:   6.00pm - 8.00pm

Wednesday: Clyde Valley High School, ML2 0LS
 Under 9's:       6.00pm - 7.00pm
 Under 11's:    6.00pm - 8.00pm
 Under 13's:    6.00pm - 8.00pm

Under 13's


WWW Girls Academy offer football to girls aged 5 to 13. Our qualified coaches offer a great environment for players to learn new skills!

Our under 13's play in the competitive 7v7 Scottish FA Girls League. The players continue to develop their technical and tactical skills with more demands put on the girls to try and perfect the basics whilst continuing to have fun and enjoy football!

Our under 9's play fun 4's and fun 5's on a weekly basis at tournaments across Central Scotland. The girls learn the basics of football and can meet new friends! Under 9's creates the perfect foundation for young girls in football. 

​​Under 11's

A message from

our Coaches:

" At Wishaw Girls Football Academy we aim to provide a safe learning environment where players can come and enjoy  their football, whilst also developing their skills. We are an all inclusive girls football academy who are able to offer football to players ranging from beginners to dedicated youth players. Our wide range of youth coaches means we can offer girls more dedicated coaching time, be that to instill the basics or help develop players to move to the next level. Overall, we believe that Wishaw is a great place for young girls to develop their talents and hopefully fall in love with the game."