London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) March 30, 2012 -- 2012 is set to be a significant year for girls/ladies football in the UK. The WSL (Women's Super League) has just kicked off, & SBG have launched their new Sports Consultants website whilst pledging to back female football. They are hosting a University 5 a side Challenge Cup aimed at generating further awareness. Local press will be invited to the event, also professional scouts will be present looking to recruit players to pro clubs.
The event has been organised by SBG themselves who have dedicated a page to girls/ladies football on their website, where they will take registration of teams wishing to take part. The maximum number of teams is 48 and they are expected to be filled rapidly.
The event is expected to run in early May 2012, hence the early registration process.
Female football is an increasingly popular sport in the UK, but unfortunately the lack of support from schools, coupled with bad coaches & insufficient playing/match opportunities, female football is not gaining the satisfaction credentials it has the potential to possess.
For anyone wanting to find out more about the event or to register a team to take part in the tournament, simply visit SBG Sports Consultants [http://www.sbgsportsconsultants.com] and click 'Girls/Ladies Football' on the service's drop-down menu. Alternatively, you can send an email to email@example.com.
J Brown, Director of SBG says, 'The FA seem to be doing their part in relation to carrying out studies & surveys, & now it's down to us Athlete Management companies & Coaches, to be more pro active in order to generate more opportunities for girls/ladies wanting to play football in the UK & Worldwide!'
SBG Sports Consultants [http://www.sbgsportsconsultants.com] is an independent Athlete Management company based in the UK, & possess years of experience in directing players from grassroots to professional level. They have incorporated an Athlete's Centre on their website, aimed at allowing players from all over the World to be assessed and recruited to Pro Clubs. They specialise in sport for male and females.