Can you please help the Afghan Women’s Development Football Team

The FSA (Football Supporters Association) have been working with a committee of stakeholders to support the arrival of the Afghan Women’s Development football team in the UK.  

The team has now arrived in the UK and they require some additional support with your help! 

One way the FSA has committed to helping initially is through the sharing of information on what the players and their families need.  There are two pressing things as it stands:
– Warm clothing and shoes
– Funds to assist with living expenses – including food and medical needs. 

Therefore the FSA are asking clubs to support donations to the just giving page and/or to the clothing bank that has been set up. 

Funds
If you would like to donate funds please do so via this page:
Afghan Girls’ Journey to Freedom: the Next Chapter – JustGiving

Clothing
If you can/would like to donate warm clothing and shoes please donate to:
Play for Change, Elland Road, Beeston, Leeds LS11 0ES

*Please note they need women’s/men’s/boys/girls clothing in a range of sizes and ages * 

For clothing the group needs any/all the following:

  • Children sizes 4-11 years:
    • Coats/Jackets 
    • Clothing (sports, casual day etc)
    • New underwear & socks
    • Shoes
    • Hats & Gloves
    • Toys, Games, Colouring Book & Colours
  • Adults and Teenage Men
    • Coats/Jackets
    • Clothing (jeans, sports, casual, formal)
    • Vests
    • New underwear & socks
    • Shoes sized 40-43
    • Hats & Gloves
  • Adult and Teenage Woman
    • Long coats/jackets
    • Long sleeved tops/dresses
    • Leggings & loose trousers
    • New underwear & socks
    • Hats & Gloves
    • Headscarves
    • Shoes sized 35-39
  • Other
    • Toothbrushes and toothpaste
    • Body lotion and shower gel
    • Shampoo and conditioner
    • Hairbrushes
    • Make up
    • Razors
    • Medicine
    • First aid kits
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