Puma Women & Girls Section
Supporting girls football since 2012.
Our girl’s section was re-established in 2012, and we entered our first team in the Surrey County Womens & Girls League in the 2012/13 season. In June 2014 our Under 11 team won the Brockham Tournament. In May 2015 we hosted our first end of season celebration of the Puma Girls section, which was supported by Crystal Palace Ladies FC, and this has now become an annual event.
In our brief history we have had girls play for Surrey County in their player development centre, and this season we had 4 girls selected for the Surrey schools squads at Under 14 and Under 16, as well as a couple of girls training with the Chelsea development centre at Cobham. In the 2016/17 season we have had 5 teams playing in the SCWGL at Under 11, 12, 13, 15 and 16 age groups, an achievement we are very proud of coming from our humble beginnings.
For the past 3 years we have provided the coaching for the Tandridge representative team (Under 8 & 11) in preparation for the Surrey Youth Games, introducing the game to new players. We have also linked up with Crystal Palace FC Foundation to provide training/sample sessions for our mums, which has led to one of our mums becoming a coach with our Under 13 team, achieving her Level 1 coaching award.
We are proud to provide regular fun and fitness through football for over 60 women in the local area.
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In April 2021 Caterham Pumas YFC Girls Section and Whyteleafe WFC announced a joint partnership.
This partnership provides both football clubs with new and exciting pathways. The Caterham Pumas Girls section will be able to provide opportunities to all of its female players over the age of U18s all the way into senior football where players will have the option of continuing at a competitive level on the pyramid.
Caterham Pumas will now be able to offer our female youth players with a new goal to focus on once their journey with Pumas ends.
The first training session took place last night with 13 of our U18s attend 1.5 hours with the Whyteleafe Women’s 1st team.
We're excited to see our teams and players progress.
A bright future for Girls football at Caterham Pumas . . .
We have big plans to grow the number of girls teams at the Club and our longer term goals are as follows:
Recruitment of additional female coaches as positive role models
Continue to establish an Under 10 team every season
Establish a women’s senior team
Realising our players' full potential
Representing the County
Gaining a place with a Regional Talent Centre
See a Puma become a Lioness!
More information about girls football...
Up to date information about how we are providing fun and fitness through football to girls in Tandridge, Coulsdon and surrounding areas.
Providing all the supporting information for Clubs, Coaches, Players and Parents. A resource for enjoying football in our area as well as tackling the important issues such as safe guarding.
This Girl Can is a celebration of active women who are doing their thing no matter how well they do it, how they look or even how red their face gets.
Women’s and girls’ football news; interviews; blogs; fixtures and results; training tips; serious discussion; and fun chat: if you kick, then SHE KICKS is for you!
A dedicated Women and Girls football page within the Surrey FA website . . . Surrey FA are leading the way in the women & girls side of the game . . . find out how!
The official website for women’s competitions with match highlights, fixtures, results, draws and more.
A great chance to meet up, get fit and be part of a team! Tuesdays 6pm-7pm at Sundown School. Contact: email@example.com.