She Inspires

A striking squad of influential Merseyside women have teamed-up to support a brand-new football tournament to give girls hope and aspiration for the future.

Everyone from champion boxer Tasha Jonas to Everton player Danielle “Dan” Turner, are encouraging girls to take part in She Inspires, where they can make the most of their sporting abilities on the pitch, whilst also completing recognised qualifications.

The competition is the creation of Merseyside’s first woman Chief Constable Serena Kennedy and Merseyside Police and Crime Commissioner, Emily Spurrell.

The competition has plenty of kudos thanks to the involvement of the LFC Foundation and Everton in the Community.

The premier She Inspires supporters also includes the Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service and the Liverpool City Football Association and of course, has instrumental role models from business, the emergency services, politics, and public life behind it.

Aside from playing skills, there will also be an accredited refereeing course for those passionate about officiating.  There are 24 fully funded refereeing courses available, as well as fully funded introduction to coaching courses.

This is open to 15-18 year old females.

The final will be staged on Sunday 3 July at the Jeffrey Humble Playing Fields in Aintree.

The events are as follows:

events for she inspires

To register for the tournament, email