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Watford FC will be seeking to re-energise a more community-focused approach to its ladies' football offering at all ages, once its FA Women's Super League licence expires at the end of the current 2017-18 campaign.
Over recent months, the Hornets have carefully considered all available options with regards to how it shapes a fully sustainable future provision of ladies football.
The club will continue to fund all aspects of the operational infrastructure at existing levels and is pleased to have already begun the research and planning phase.
This involves creating a clear pathway towards adult football provision, which will include an offering for 16-18 year-old players who are currently all-too-often lost to the sport through lack of realistic opportunities in the senior game.
This move will include an application to The Football Association for election of the senior team into the regional Women's Premier League structure.
Watford FC will continue to work closely with its Community Sports & Education Trust to ensure all possible routes into football for enthusiastic local players are both maintained and enhanced.
There will also be the chance for both affiliated and independently-run organisations to partner with Watford FC with a view to extending the reach and breadth of the positive impact of this approach.
The stability the current Watford FC Ladies operation enjoys means that supporters can expect a vibrant and active community-led offering from summer 2018 onwards."
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