Langho Ladies

2021/22 Ladies Squad
2020/21 Ladies Squad

The Langho Ladies team

Langho FC Ladies was formed 4 seasons ago from the core of an established development team together with a group of new players creating Langho’s first senior ladies team and since then a significant number of new players have joined. Our ongoing commitment to Ladies football has enabled us to provide a complete pathway to progression into open age football for all the Langho girls junior teams and many players have now progressed into senior football from U16 girls and U18 girls teams with an increasing number playing for both senior and junior teams as they step up.

The team is coached by Rob Wilson who coaches at Blackburn Rovers and Blackburn Rovers Community Trust assisted by Steve Jenkins (ex U18 girls), Wayne Beck and Dan Cooper.

Rob Wilson
FA Level 3 Qualified Coach

Langho Ladies play in the Premier League of the Lancashire FA Women’s County League having been promoted from the Championship last season after an impressive cup run finishing as runners up in the LFA Challenge Cup final in June 2021. Prior to that our Ladies team has finished runner-up in previous seasons and reached the final in both the Challenge Cup and the League Cup in the Greater Manchester Womens Football League. Our team is has taken points of Salford City Lionesses too! In the summer the Ladies entered the 2021 Pub Cup hosted at Manchester City Academy losing only to the eventual winners in the semi-final and winning the third place play-off.

Matches are usually 2pm on Sundays; home or away with the clubhouse and bar open after home games.

Training Sessions are Thursday evenings on grass in summer, and over the winter from 8-9pm at the Soccerdome on 4g in doors.

The team welcomes new players so contact the coach or club if you are interested.

Players must be 16 to play open age football and over the seasons more U18 girls have been training and playing with the seniors ladies team. The team welcomes new players and the support and encouragement given to the junior players is second to none.