To help celebrate Women’s Sport Week (19-25 June), the Eighth Wonder Programme is delighted to announce it will host another co-hort in 2017, offering more 14-20 year olds a unique opportunity to break into the world of football.
Following this afternoon's news that Notts County FC will no longer be running a Ladies team and have therefore withdrawn from the FA WSL, Eighth Wonder's trip to Arsenal Ladies this weekend has been cancelled.
Refunds will be issued to all those who signed up to be par...
The Eighth Wonder programme is delighted to reveal, we've buddied up with FA Women's Super League side and FA Women's Cup holders Arsenal Ladies, to offer football's future female leaders in Kent, a once in a lifetime trip to watch The Gunners.
I am currently a member of the Kent FA Youth Council and was initially told about this programme at one of our meetings. Originally, I was just going to help out with setting up etc, but hearing further about what was in store, I decided to sign myself up and I wasn’t...
Charlotte Richardson, Founder of the Eighth Wonder Programme, writes about her journey and discovery of her passion for football. She specifically focuses on how volunteering plays an integral part in pursuing a career in any aspect of sport.
Laurel Collins is the Chairwoman for Kent FA’s award winning Youth Council. Besides this, she is a qualified referee, Football Futures leader, coach and player, who has helped develop the Eighth Wonder so more young people like her, can have opportunities in the game.
To mark the start of FA Girls Football Week, the Eighth Wonder programme is delighted to announce Olympic Gold Medallist Charlotte Evans MBE has confirmed she will be attending our kick-off development day for 14-20-year-old girls on Friday 28 October.