Hull FC’s Women’s side have returned to training following the easing of lockdown restrictions, and are now on the look-out for new players for 2021!
The side resumed their in-person training last week as grassroots and community sports were given the go-ahead to finally given the go-ahead to return to play.
Hull play in the Women’s Championship, just one division under the Women’s Super League, alongside the likes of Halifax, Widnes and Keighley, and will be looking for another season of progress after their first years in the division in 2018 and 2019, before the 2020 campaign was curtailed due to Covid-19.
The Women’s side, along with our Girls teams, now form part of our new-look Centre of Excellence development programme.
Interest has grown hugely in the female side of the game in recent years, and following the addition of the Hull FC Women’s side to the Women’s Championship in 2018, the side has made strides forward as they aim to make the move up to the Women’s Super League in the coming seasons.
With the Women’s tournament set to form part of the biggest and best Rugby League World Cup yet later this year, there has never been a better time to get involved in the sport.
Training sessions take part every Wednesday evening (6.00pm – 7.00pm) and Sunday morning (10.30am – 11.30am).
Sessions take place at the club’s Centre of Excellence campus, located off Pickering Road (HU47AB).
If you’re interested in joining our Hull FC Women’s side, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest, and find out any more information.
Our Women’s side are recruiting players aged 18 and above – if you’re younger but still wish to be involved, our Girl’s teams are also looking to bring new players on board in 2021.
To find out more about our Girl’s side, who are recruiting at U11s, U13s, U14s, U16s, and U18s ages, click here