ST NICHOLAS Girls football teams are looking for new players in the area.

The girl’s development Squad formally kicked off in 2013 and since then the club have tried to have a team at every age group from Girls development to ladies.

There are currently over 100 girls playing for St Nicks across 8 team. Girls from the St Nick’s squads have gone on to play for Gloucestershire ACC and Bristol City Academy.

Girls Development and Community Officer for St Nicks, Lauren White said: “This season St Nicks are aiming to set up a coaching session manual as well as goalkeeper sessions to help both develop

“My personal goal is to get more girls involved with football and get St Nicks more involved with the community.”

Throughout lockdown, St Nicks put on a series of challenges to keep their players busy.

Each challenge had winners receiving a voucher or prize. Their final challenge was to design a new kit, the winner having their design, put to print.

Training has now been able to resume as lockdown has eased and social distancing measure are in place.

Lauren continued, “When we first started training, we had all the measures in places to stay 2 metres apart, regularly wash hands but at the same time still enjoy what we all love.

“Slowly things are getting back to normal with regards to football and as soon as August comes around, we will get to play matches again which the girls and boys love so much.”

If your daughter is interested in joining the club or to find out more, email