Girls' football continues to grow and grow. One year on from the launch of 'The Gameplan For Growth' - an ambitious four-year strategy designed to grow participation and create a high-performance system for England teams - and the Football Association is on track to double the number of players and fans in the women’s game by 2020.
And, mirroring the FA's efforts, AC Hoylake is building on the success of the U9s and U11s Galaxy girls teams by adding two more all-girl teams to its mini soccer roster.
We need your help though - so, if you, or someone you know, would like to get involved in coaching or volunteering in any capacity, get in touch with Paul Williams, club chairman, on 07817 684682 or Danny Williams, head of girls football, on 07753 137368.
Alternatively, you can get in touch via this contact form, or by sending a direct message on Facebook or Twitter.
Why play for AC Hoylake?
Athletic Club Hoylake (AC Hoylake) was established in 2001 to meet the need for a local junior football club, to serve the community of Hoylake and West Kirby.
Successive junior teams have been introduced every season leaving the club with a current membership of over 300 players in 25 teams at under 4's - Youth (18's), and the club recently launched its first ever adult team.
In 2011 the club achieved Charter Standard status. The Charter Standard Scheme is best practice guide that sets standards of coaching, administration and child protection for all clubs outside the Football League and Premier League. As a benchmark for quality, it will improve the playing experience for all.
Perhaps most importantly though, AC Hoylake prides itself on being a real family club, and we have loads of brothers and sisters that play in teams at all different age groups, with parents and other family members taking on coaching positions.
And we're a club that puts the enjoyment and development of players above everything else.
First and foremost, it's all about getting kids out playing and enjoying football, and when kids enjoy playing, anything can happen - we've recently had one of our former players, Luke Robinson, sign for Wigan Atheltic, while Millie Henshaw, who joined us aged 5, went on to sign for Wrexham this season, after ending her seven-year association by scoring and captaining her team to cup final glory in her very last game.
If you fancy taking on a coaching role, you'll get full support from other coaches, as well as the backing to gain FA coaching qualifications. Or if you just fancy volunteering by helping out on the day, you'll be helping a great club do great things for the local community.
Again, if you, or someone you know, would be interested in helping out in any capacity, get in touch with Paul Williams, club chairman, on 07817 684682 or Danny Williams, head of girls football, on 07753 137368.
Or drop us a line using this contact form, or by sending a direct message on Facebook or Twitter.