Have you or someone you know taken a stand to make a difference for girls to have equal access to football in school?

The FA and Barclays want to recognise those who are breaking down barriers and giving girls the chance to play football in the school curriculum, at breaktime, after school – wherever, whenever they want!

We need your help to tell us who they are.

About you

If you’re under 18 please provide contact details of your parent or legal guardian below.

Who you're nominating

You can nominate yourself, another person. Either way, please tell us about the person you're nominating.

We want to hear about the incredible person you want to nominate.
Whether it’s a teacher, pupil, parent or even yourself, tell us about this amazing person that you think is trying to give girls equal access to football in school.

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#LetGirlsPlay Awards – nominating U18’s

The FA would be delighted to receive nominations for U18s that have really made a difference. To do this you must:

Celebrating our U18 winners

The FA will contact the parent/carer of every U18 selected to be celebrated by The FA as a potential winner to check that they and their child are happy for them to be celebrated this to happen.

No personal information will be placed in the public domain without first explaining the safeguards we will put in place and getting parent/carer informed consent. There will be an opportunity for questions from U18s or their parents/carers as part of this process.