Charterhouse continue their support of Kinja FC girls teams
With the world cup now a fading memory much of the football focus has now switched to the Premiership for both men’s and women’s football however, our focus, is still very much with the grass roots end of the game and in particular Kinja FC girls teams.
Over the past couple of years we have supported the club and their great work in developing girls football and we are pleased to confirm that we have agreed to continue this support for another year.
As a business our values are about supporting our communities both internally and externally, as well as promoting diversity across all society. Kinja are a great example of where this approach is achieving fantastic results and to be able to help them achieve their goals is important to us.
As a club they have been having a strong season, although this was somewhat disrupted by the world cup;
- The u18 girls started the season with so much promise and potential, with a number of positive results in pre-season games, as well as fantastic turn outs in training sessions. Read more here…
- The U14 Girls had a tough start to the season where they faced two big challenges with the first being adapting to 11 a side football and the second moving up to the top division. Read more…
- Our U11 Girls have had an incredibly strong start to the season, scoring 42 goals, and conceding just 19 in their first six games, in what has been a first half of the season that has seen the girls really show their strength, and their significant development over the past season. Find out more…
- Our U8 Girls is a brand new side that was created following the success of our FA Weetabix Wildcats programme, that we run in line with the English FA to provide more opportunities for girls to begin their football journeys, aged between 5-11 years old. Find out more…
As well as these teams, the club is also looking to expand the number of teams to include U12 and U16 teams, further demonstrating their amazing work.