All teams must provide a visible barrier between the field of play and spectators.

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David Burgess, Chief Executive of Lancashire FA was full of praise for the work the league has done;

"The West Lancashire Girls League do fantastic work in promoting girls football across Lancashire. This is testament to the hard work of the league committee to encourage clubs to increase participation in female football."

A Big well done to the League committe & all who participated in the league 2012/13/

The West Lancashire Girls Football League have been named "Charter standard League of the year 2013!" by The FA. This is a National award along with our Silver Respect award, representatives from the league visited wembley to recieve the award.This award is to recognise and reward the people and organisations driving grassroots football. The Awards build on the continued commitment of The FA to improve standards of community football and increase participation across all aspects of grassroots football through FA Charter Standard Clubs and Leagues.


FA Respect & Fair Play Awards 2012/2013
I am delighted to be able to announce that the WLGFL league was identified as the overall winners of the Regional Award for the FA’s Respect Awards Scheme for season 2012-13. The league received the Silver status. In recognition of the league’s commitment to offering our participants, referees and spectators an experience of football which is fair, safe and enjoyable and to our commitment to high standards of behaviour within our league.
This award recognises the standards that all our members set and maintained in WLGFL competition and I am delighted that the FA has had an opportunity to reward you for your commitment and energy.

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