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On Saturday 25th June, only 18 months after introducing female football, 36 girls who play for ICA Sports' girls football teams spent a day with Arsenal Ladies and received a truly unforgettable experience.
The day started with a one and a half hour coaching session delivered by Arsenal Academy coaching staff, providing the girls with a range of challenges to think about.
After the coaching session the girls got to have a chat with regular first team players Jordan Nobbs and Danielle Carter, asking them about their experiences as professional players. Nobbs and Carter then signed programs, t-shirts, water bottles and boots for the girls.
They then headed into the stadium where all the girls were given duties, with 21 being Player Escorts, 10 being Guards of Honour and five being Flag Bearers.
After this fantastic experience the girls settled down to watch Arsenal ease to a 5-1 win over Sunderland. BUT......the day did not end there!
The girls then headed to one of Boreham Wood FC's education suites where they received an exclusive 'meet and greet' with goalscoress Dominique Janssen and Natalia Pablos Sanchon. The day was then made complete with additional visits from goalkeeper Emma Byrne and club favourite Chloe Kelly.
For the 2016-17 season, the club has already registered to run Under-6 Development plus Under-8, Under-9, Under-10, Under-11 and Under-13 league teams, making them the guardians of girls football in Peterborough, with the city's largest offering.
If you would like to get involved with Peterborough's most pro-active girls football club as a player, coach, manager, volunteer or just as a spectator to cheer the girls on then you can get in touch on (07964) 496259, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the club's website at www.icasports.com.
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