Saffron Walden PSGFC 

Laying the foundations for present and future generations of girls football in the Saffron Walden area
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Mission Statement

To make PSG FC a club where children are safe at all times and to help make football an enjoyable, safe and fulfilling activity for all. To create a culture of respect for all people, openness and best practice to safeguard and protect the children and adults involved with the club.


Club News

  • A busy weekend….

    There’s so much going on this Saturday that we thought we should list it all out for you! Please visit our Facebook page for more regular updates. Here are the details for you:   ⚽ Under 6/7/8 (School years 3 and below) will be back at Herbert’s Farm Playing Fields with Andrew Heinrich, 9am to…

  • SWPSGFC Training at Catons Lane 7-10-17

    Our youngest players, in Reception and Years 1, 2 and 3, enjoyed a morning’s training session at The Meadow, Catons Lane – the home of Saffron Walden Town Football Club, on Saturday 7th October. The session was coached by Andrew Heinrich and included a warm up, some ball mastery and skills works and then finished with small-sided…

  • Saffron Walden PSG FC – Taster sessions

    The first of our 2017 girls football “Taster Sessions” at Herbert’s Farm took place on Saturday 16th September. It went so well – with 31 new players taking part – that we’ll be back again this week. Please bring a friend! We will be at Herbert’s Farm on Debden Road, 9am to 10am, Saturday 23rd…

  • England vs Germany at Wembley

    On Sunday 23rd November players from PSG U11’s travelled to Wembley Stadium to cheer on England Women in their historic match against Germany. England Head Coach Mark Sampson had said “….. I really hope the whole of the football community comes out in force to support the team”, and girls from PSG responded by joining…


    Building on their reputation from last season for delivering well organised, successful Girl Only Football Festivals, on Saturday 18th October Plantation and Spartak Girls U9s were honoured to host the first Festival of the Cambridgeshire FA 2014/15 season. PSG demonstrated the popularity of the club with our U9s fielding three teams to compete against clubs from as far afield as North…

  • 2014 PSG Duathlon

    On a very hot Saturday afternoon players from PSG took part in a sponsored Duathlon at Herbert’s Farm and raised a fantastic £500 for the club. The event consisted of RUN – BIKE – RUN and the girls had a choice of distances; Super Sprint involved a 0.5km run, 1km bike, 0.5km or Sprint 1km run, 4.5km bike, 1km run.

  • Fund Raising Duathlon 2014

    Following the success of 2013’s event which raised over £500 PSG FC are holding a second Duathlon Meet at 13:00, event starts at 13:30 Saturday 27th Sept 2014 Herbert’s Farm, Debden Road, SW The event comprises of: Run – Bike – Run and there are two distances to choose from Super Sprint: 0.5km – 0.75km…

  • PSG FC 2014 Tournament a Huge Success

    On Sunday 15th June Plantation & Spartak Girls FC held their annual girls football tournament at Herbert’s Farm Playing Fields. Building on the success of last years event, the 2014 tournament was attended by 380 girls, in 55 teams from 21 clubs. In addition to local clubs from Cambridge, Sawston and Bishops Stortford many teams travelled from Kent,…

  • 2013 / 14 End of Season Awards

    Club Chairman Matt Clare welcomed players, parents, siblings, grandparents and friends to what he hoped will be the first of many end of season presentation days for PSG FC at Herbert’s Farm. Every player received a trophy as reward for their hard work this season, and one player from each age group was awarded the coveted ‘Players…

  • U10’s County Cup Final 2014

    With victories against Hampton and Sawston along the way, on Sat 14th May Planation & Spartak Girls U10’s made history by being the first ever girls team from Saffron Walden to reach a County Cup Final vs Gunthorpe Harriers. It was a day that will last long in the memory of the players’, coaches, parents…


It’s time to say We Can Play

We want more girls, parents and teachers to realise that girls can play. That it’s not just a sport for boys.

That girls who play football at home, or with their friends, or at school are just regular girls who love football. They need cheering on just as much as boys do.

We hope more girls have and will see that this is a sport for them.

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