0Posted 02nd April 2015 - Posted in Club News The FA National Game Youth Council are collecting good luck messages from 5-24 years olds from across the country and presenting them to the England Women’s football team on a giant St. George’s flag shortly before they leave for Canada to participate in the FIFA 2015 Women’s World Cup The FA National Game Youth Council is a group of talented and passionate young people who aim to provide a voice for all children and young people within football. Reporting directly into the Football Development Committee they are able to influence change and develop a lasting legacy within the game. After running a successful project delivering hundreds of good luck messages to the England senior men’s team before the FIFA 2014 World Cup they are excited to give young people the opportunity to wish our Lionesses good luck in Canada! Young people aged between 5-24, can submit short messages either on twitter by using the hashtag #GLFYP or by using the following link: http://surveys.thefa.com/TakeSurvey.aspx?SurveyID=l4LK3853 These messages will be collated and printed onto a huge St. George’s flag and presented to the team just before they leave for the World Cup. Young people will be able to submit messages between 30th March 2015 and 17th April 2015.They will also be giving away some amazing prizes from The FA throughout this period to young people that submit a message.
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