Registration open for Kick It Out Women's Raise Your Game Conference

23 January 2019

Registration open for Kick It Out Women's Raise Your Game Conference

Kick It Out will host their annual 'Raise Your Game' event at Wembley Stadium on 4 March

The Women’s Raise Your Game conference is set to return on Monday 4 March at Wembley Stadium, in partnership with UCFB, supported by the Premier League.

Registration is now open for Kick It Out's unique mentoring event designed for women who wish to forge a career in football, or explore alternative career opportunities within the game.

Troy Townsend, Kick It Out's Head of Development, is excited to begin the biggest Raise Your Game series yet with the women's conference at the home of football.

"Raise Your Game continues to go from strength to strength, and we're proud to offer invaluable opportunities to women aiming to break into the football industry," he said. "In 2019, football is still too male-dominated and it's vital that we open up career pathways for girls and women.

"It promises to be a fantastic day at Wembley Stadium and we encourage you to sign up as soon as possible – places will go quickly!”

The conference will present attendees with the opportunity to attend workshops of their choice. The workshops available on the day are as follows - Football Media, Business, Career Tactics and Coaching. 

There will also be a number of panel sessions available throughout the day.

Below is the proposed schedule of the day, which could be subject to change: 

10.00: Arrival of delegates

10.30: Welcome from Troy Townsend 

10.40: Women's Raise Your Game Graduates Panel 

11:10: Women Football Player & Coaches Panel 

11.45: Workshops: Football Media, Business, Career Tactics and Coaching

12.15: Lunch & Networking 

12.45: Women's Football Leadership Panel 

13.30: Stories from the Football Industry 

14.15: Workshops: Football Media, Business, Career Tactics and Coaching

15.00: Networking

15.30: Delegates to leave

For further information, please email 

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