Women's Football at UEA

The woman's club has two teams that play in the British Universities competition and an 11 a-side and 7 a-side team that play in the Saturday local league. Building on the success of recent seasons and the growth of the woman's squad, in 2o21-2022 all 1st team players will receive developing excellence scholarships and access to free gym and swim memberships, strength and conditioning sessions, physiotherapy and nutritional workshops. This means players in the UEA football programme are supported to achieve the very best. Across the woman's programme we have players representing Norwich City Woman, who play in the FA Woman's National League South East Division 1, as well as access to fantastic support from Norfolk FA with Rebecca Burton and Harry Diggens coaching the woman's programme. The football programme, led by Head of Football Paul Neary, has seen some notable successes in recent seasons with the men's 1st team competing at step 6 of the football pyramid in Thurlow Nunn English Division as well as seeing players represent English Universities at Home Nations University events.

Women's Football at UEA

The woman's club has two teams that play in the British Universities competition and an 11 a-side and 7 a-side team that play in the Saturday local league. Building on the success of recent seasons and the growth of the woman's squad, in 2o21-2022 all 1st team players will receive developing excellence scholarships and access to free gym and swim memberships, strength and conditioning sessions, physiotherapy and nutritional workshops. This means players in the UEA football programme are supported to achieve the very best. Across the woman's programme we have players representing Norwich City Woman, who play in the FA Woman's National League South East Division 1, as well as access to fantastic support from Norfolk FA with Rebecca Burton and Harry Diggens coaching the woman's programme. The football programme, led by Head of Football Paul Neary, has seen some notable successes in recent seasons with the men's 1st team competing at step 6 of the football pyramid in Thurlow Nunn English Division as well as seeing players represent English Universities at Home Nations University events.