With our extensive experience we are ideally-placed to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with those breaking fresh ground in the sport

The growth of the women's game has been one of English football's undoubted success stories during the past decade.

From humble beginnings, a professional league is now establishing strong roots in this country and that forward momentum is set to continue.

Of course, England's achievements in reaching the semi-finals of the Women's World Cup in France last summer has only added to the feelgood factor.

This positivity is generating new opportunities and Pro-Vision Football, with its extensive experience, is ideally-placed to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with those breaking fresh ground in the sport.

Players who have been recognised at international level are already clients of ours and we expect to be at the forefront of the changes to come, helping shape the women's game and writing its next exciting chapter.

Hence the development of Pro-vision‘s Women's Academy, set up to cater for this exciting sector of the sport.

Three million female players

With almost three million active female players, football is the biggest women’s team sport in England and the FA plans to double the number of women and girls taking part in football by 2020, in fact in the early 1920’s it was a golden age for women’s football with one match attracting 50,000 spectators.

It is played at a professional level in numerous countries throughout the world and 176 national teams participate internationally. Italy became the first country to introduce professional women football players on a part-time basis and the first country to import foreign footballers from other European countries.


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@ProVisionFBall - Nice write up on our PV client Mollie Richardson in last nights Solihull Moors Women program, winning the game 4-1. She is a class act and rising star ⭐️ too