The club has been involved in many projects since we formed in 2013. We are always looking for new ways to promote our activities and encourage more participation in sport. We have been active in local schools offering normal football sessions, but also zorb soccer sessions. A new and creative way of playing the nation's favourite game. Some of the participants have been ignited into playing football through this special activity.

Girls Camp - Funded by Near Neighbours

We offered girls football in the Nechells area of the city in 2013. A girls camp based at Star City had a lot of interest and encouraged girls from all backgrounds and faiths to take part. The project was funded by Near Neighbours. A local charity who seek to bring people of different faiths together through various neutral channels. The camp was a huge success with good attendances and coaching from female coaches.

This Girl Can Bubble Football - Funded by Sport England

A national campaign to get more women active in sport was introduced by Sport England in 2015. The 'This Girl Can' campaign was great to be part of. We decided to offer a bubble football competition. Teams were made up of 5 players with 2 groups having 4 teams in each. Both groups got active and smashed into one another having loads of fun and scoring some amazing goals in the bubbles. A new experience for most of the players.

Alongside the Bubble Football we also decided to encourage girls who have never really played football to give it a go. We firstly had a training session delivered by a female coach and then played small 5 aside games. The difference between the two styles was very drastic. New players found both difficult, but had fun nevertheless.

This Girl Can was a great programme to promote women in sport. With over 40 different activities based around the region on a 4 week programme.

School Christmas Fair

We were invited to attend the Perry Beeches Academy Christmas Fair back in 2015. It was a very successful night filled with Christmas carols, nutmeg and snow themed rooms.

The club were present to promote their activities to children between the ages of 11-16. We encouraged both boys and girls to come along to our footballing sessions. It was nice to be joined at the fair by other community groups such as the scouts, royal army and the police. Other establishments were also present such as academic colleges and universities.

Community Bubble Football - Funded by Sportivate

The Summer of 2016 saw the club offer free bubble football to the residents of Kingstanding. The project was supported by Sport Birmingham and their funding partner Sportivate. The programme was also offered to students from local schools. North Birmingham Academy. Perry Beeches and Hodge Hill Girls School all took part in this crazy, hectic and fun filled project. Our target audience was females between 14-25 years old. However, we let anyone who attended take part as it's to good not to join in!

FA Football Mash Up - Funded by The FA

We were honoured to be selected by the Birmingham County FA to deliver their national footballing programme in the academic year 2015/16. A programme encouraging inactive children to take part in sport at least once a week. The pupils of the chosen schools were engaged and had fun in every session. Pupils were also asked to take control and pick the sessions they would like to do on certain weeks. Allowing them to take ownership of the session. We will be continuing this great partnership for this academic year.

Just Play Mars Campaign - Funded by the FA

The Just Play campaign encourages clubs and individuals to network and get connected. We were chosen to be the official club link for any female players in the North Birmingham area. Players who contacted the Just Play site, would then be put into contact with us. They would then be asked to join us at one of our training sessions to see how they got on. A great way of clubs being paired with enthusiastic football players easily and in a safe manner.