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QPR GIRLS FC

About QPR Girls FC

History

QPR Girls FC was founded from a merger of Wembley Mill Hill F.C. and QPR Ladies F.C. in May 2001 From 2001-2004; the club was run by a committee which comprised of the girls parents. Some of the committee members managed and coached the underage teams that ranged from U11- U16. The teams played competitive football in the Hertfordshire Girls League, winning honors along the way. In 2005, the CEO of Queen Park Rangers FC decided that the Girls programme would fall under the responsibility of  QPR In the Community. This brought much needed professionalism to the Girls club, as the coaches and managers were all suitably qualified and employees of the QPR In the Community programme. The changes resulted with the teams training at the men's professional training ground, and the Girls being issued with training kits and being able watch professional games at Loftus Road Stadium. In 2007, the Girls club increased the upper age banding to U18, in order to bridge the gap from youth to senior women's football. Due to the development of the female game, our age banding has now increased to U21.

Important Documents

Mission Statement

Aims of the Girls Youth Development Programme

Coaches Protocol

Code of Conduct for Players

Code of conduct for Parents

Performance Reviews Policy

© QPR Girls FC 2018
QPR GIRLS FC

About

QPR Girls

FC

History

QPR Girls FC was founded from a merger of Wembley Mill Hill F.C. and QPR Ladies F.C. in May 2001 From 2001-2004; the club was run by a committee which comprised of the girls parents. Some of the committee members managed and coached the underage teams that ranged from U11-U16. The teams played competitive football in the Hertfordshire Girls League, winning honors along the way. In 2005, the CEO of Queen Park Rangers FC decided that the Girls programme would fall under the responsibility of  QPR In the Community. This brought much needed professionalism to the Girls club, as the coaches and managers were all suitably qualified and employees of the QPR In the Community programme. The changes resulted with the teams training at the men's professional training ground, and the Girls being issued with training kits and being able watch professional games at Loftus Road Stadium. In 2007, the Girls club increased the upper age banding to U18, in order to bridge the gap from youth to senior women's football. Due to the development of the female game, our age banding has now increased to U21.

Important Documents

Mission Statement

Aims of the Girls Youth Development

Programme

Coaches Protocol

Code of Conduct for Players

Code of conduct for Parents

Performance Reviews Policy