Girls Post 16 Education Programme

If you want to roar like the Lionesses and choose sport as your career, you can! We still have places for our Girls Post 16 education programme working with City College Plymouth. Apply and go in for an interview. You can look around and meet the staff and see if it feels right for you.…

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Grand Opening of £2.5m Manadon Sports Hub

New Manadon sports facilities to support 30,000 taking part in physical activity a year A new multi-million-pound sports hub in Manadon, Plymouth which is expected to support 30,000 people taking part in physical activity a year opened on Friday (28 June). The facility which includes a floodlit third generation (3G) artificial grass pitch (AGP), one…

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Ladies Open Training Session to be Held

Following an exceptional season where the First Team had the highest ever finish in the FAWNL Southern Division and won the Devon FA Senior Women’s Cup and the Development Team were crowned SWWFL Western Division Champions, Argyle Ladies are hosting an open training session for anybody who would like the opportunity to play for us…

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IWD2019: Celebrating Argyle Ladies

Increasing female participation in football is the focus as Argyle Community Trust marks International Women’s Day. To celebrate the occasion and to support this year’s theme #BalanceforBetter, the Girls Football Academy players gathered to share their ideas to how sports clubs, government and schools can improve the number of females involved in the sport. By…

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Meet the Women in Football

As part of International Women’s Day some of the Plymouth Argyle Ladies team decided to share their thoughts on the benefits of sport and why they champion football.   Katie Middleton Captain of Plymouth Argyle Ladies 1. How did you get into sport? I have an older brother and we were always out playing some…

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Women’s Disability Football Receives Community Grant

Women only football sessions for players with disabilities is launching at the newly opened and developing Manadon Sports and Community Hub in Plymouth. Argyle Community Trust (ACT), the official charity of Plymouth Argyle Football Club, already offers a session for men who have a successful competitive team but say it’s been a long time coming…

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Career: Women and Girls’ Officer

As a registered charity, the Community Trust works in close conjunction with Plymouth Argyle Football Club, aiming to be the best and ensure the quality of our behind-the-scenes team sets us apart from the competition. Our people are committed to the success of the Trust, working across several sectors where sport has proven to be the ideal…

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New Ability Session Just For Women

Argyle Community Trust are proud to offer a new football session especially for women who have a disability, whether physical or mental. If you’re aged 16 years and above come and enjoy the FREE sessions on Wednesday evenings running 7.30pm – 9pm at Manadon Sports and Community Hub in Plymouth. The aim is to start…

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New Coaching Staff for Argyle Ladies

PLYMOUTH Argyle Ladies are delighted to announce the new management teams for our first-team and Development squad for the 2018/19 season. Following the departure of Travis Rowland as first-team manager, the club has appointed Trevor Rodd and Dave Leonard as joint managers, with Marc Bonney continuing as Assistant Manager. Jason Haswell will also continue as…

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Travis Steps Down

FOLLOWING the end of season presentation evening, Plymouth Argyle Ladies manager Travis Rowland has announced he is stepping down from the role. Last season, Travis led the team to the fifth Round of The FA Cup, quarter finals of the FA Women’s Premier League Cup, won the Devon FA Women’s Senior a County Cup and…

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