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Leeds City Vixens have launched "Girls go Free at Leeds City."
This unique idea enables all 7 to 11 year old girls, irrelevant of background and finances, the chance to train and play football for a whole season without paying fees.
An Open Day has been arranged at Bedquilt Playing Fields, Adel on Saturday 14th July from 1-2pm. Players are invited to book their place by phoning Martin Cockerill on (0113) 274 1055 or they can e-mail LeedsCityVixens@ntlworld.com.
"Our unique 'no fees' policy will enable girls from all backgrounds to taste and participate in sport on an equal footing," says Leeds City Vixens chairman John Southcombe.
Places are also available for older girls up to the age of 17 and the club also runs highly successful women's teams with fees of less than £2 per week.
The Vixens women's team have continued to push through new barriers, winning the West Riding County Cup for the first time in 2007, but the Premier League still eludes them after finishing as runners-up a frustrating twice in succession in the Combination.
However, the club now turns its attention to its juniors. Vixens under-10's won the League Cup and several other tournaments this year and they see this as a catalyst for building a strong and vibrant junior club.
With their women's team playing at the top end of the game, it means that ambitious girls can get in on the ground floor and see a direct pathway into women's football.
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