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Transcript of sport

The Growth of Womens football
football initatives
Football and the Leisure Industry
leisure providers
* Elite providers
Wembley Stadium
Priemer League

Intermidate Levels
Sunday league
University, College and School football
* Semi Professional
Chippenham Football club
Academies
County football
* Grassroots
Primary Schools
Youth clubs (Stanley Park)
Facilities
* Astro turfs, 3G pitches
* Sports Halls
* Local Park
* Stanley Park
Number of womens youth international matches.
Players
Year
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
41,200
55,500
61,667
84,926
101,173
112,800
129,051
Total registered adult and youth players
FA initative: the FA announced that in 2011 that they were going to launch The FA women super league (WSL) and now they are planning on expanding the sport.
Team
U-15
U-17
U19
U23
02 03 04 05 06
0 0 0 0 0
0 4 4 4 6
8 11 10 9 7
0 0 5 4 5
This table shows that there is a decrease of international matches between U-19 and U-23
Womens Football Facts
The number of women who take part at lease once a week
0.15 Mil
Percentage of women who take part at least once a week
0.7%
There are 12 men for every 1 woman taking part
Just 6% of all club members are women
56,000 women would like to do more!
The FA and Vauxhall aim to tackle youngsters who drop out at the age of 14-17 (football mash up)
Stanley Park
Stanley Park Sports Ground is Wiltshire’s largest outdoor sporting facility.

The 47 acre site caters for many different types of sporting activity
17 outdoor sports pitches.
3G Artificial Grass Pitch
Changing rooms for teams and officials
Refreshment and meeting areas

Minority sports
Indoor & Outdoor
5-a-side
Heads and vollys
crossbar chalange
11-a-side
wembely doubles
pitch size
rules
goal size

Blind football
disability football
womens football
squash
diving
cycling
beach volly ball
quiddich
Fashion and trends
Nike
Adidas
Rebock
Puma
David Beckham
Sports Merchandise
Olympics 2012
Top Football Clubs (Manchester United)
Football mania
Expasion and influences
Professional clubs
Manchester United
kit deal with nike woth £300m up from £41m
footballers as celebrities
David Beckham
Messi
Drogba
Kaka
Lampard
Henry
Education talks
Coaches and players helping students
Free Kit
Hospitality and Exhibtions
Football tours
Hotels
LifeStyle
Location

Football Creates Learning Opportuninites
Imporving yourself to become a better
person
Leadership
Enjoymnet
Meeting new people

Responsibility
Making decitions


Creating Opportuninty for others
Learning opportuninties
Life lessons
Social Enjoyment
Purpose Built Facilitys
Education Purposes
New Sports Colleges
Centers of excellence
Events Management
Tournements
Different Age Group Games
* Under 11's
* Under 17's
* Under 21's
* Over 60's
Funding

Why Women Drop Out and need to Stay in?
lottery funding- Sheldon School
goverment funding
FA funding
Pros and Cons
* As the years have gone by there has been an increas each time with the number of players
* There are plenty of matches for the under 19's but the under 15's have no matches this could be improved with more players and a higher standar of play
Lack of access
Social stigma
Decreased quality of experience
Lack of positive role models
Growth in sport
Gender
Disability
football stats
2005/06 13.9 million
2012/13 15.3 million

7.3 million of these people are participating in sport 3 times a week or more.


2005/06 - 2012/13
Male
Female
38.9%
40.1%
29.8%
30.5%
males and females that take sport once a week
2005/06

1.32 million
2012/13

1.67 million
sport and football stats and facts
In the Uk 3.0m boys and girls participate in football at least once a week. this makes the UK the 12th largest population of football players in the world.
Decline
people playing football fell from 2,144,700 in 2007 to 2,090,000 by last year.
The number of adult, male, 11-a-side teams has fallen from 33,568 in 2005-06 to 30,355 in 2010-11.
Source: All Adults Male Adults Female adults All <16 yrs Boys <16 yrs Girls<16 yrs
England (%) 6 10 1 43 67 17

The factors why people drop out of football
Money
Family
Age
Education
factors that inluence people to play football
Enjoyment
fitness
friends
parents
rules
Role models
Money
Fame
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