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 Leah Williamson visits our Girls Football League

Arsenal defender Leah Williamson recently spent an afternoon at The Arsenal Hub to take a look at our Girls Football League.

Arsenal in the Community and Arsenal Women jointly deliver a Girls Football programme in Islington, Camden, Hackney and Hertsmere to inspire and motivate Girls aged 11+ to play football. Funded by the Premier League Charitable Fund and the Football Association, sessions are delivered across the week in a range of school and community venues.

A key part of the programme is the Girls Football League which takes place at The Arsenal Hub every Thursday after school hours. The indoor facilities hosts a total of 140 participants across 24 teams from 14 London schools.

The league season runs alongside the academic year for Girls aged 11-13 and 14-16. During her visit Leah met a number of Girls on the programme and spoke to the teachers.

Leah spoke of the experience and said: “As a fan of the club I am so proud of the work that Arsenal do for the community. It’s also great to see girls being encouraged to play football from an early age.”

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Octopus scoop prestigious energy award

Octopus Energy, our official energy partner, has been awarded the ultimate accolade of Energy Supplier of the Year at the prestigious Energy Awards.

The Energy Awards are the most highly-respected industry awards, aimed at recognising the top performing and most innovative businesses.

Octopus Energy scooped the award at a ceremony held in London earlier this month.

We partnered with Octopus Energy in October 2016 and they helped us become the first Premier League club to switch to 100% renewable energy.

We would like to congratulate everyone at Octopus Energy on their deserved success.

Learn more about Octopus Energy here