One Game One Community to Celebrate Women and Girls in Football

The Burton Albion game on Saturday 26th October is not only the day of the Trust AGM, but is also the ogoc_thumbdesignated One Game One Community (OGOC) match.

The Exeter City OGOC group has decided to make this year’s theme a celebration of women and girls in football. Previous years have seen themes on racism, homophobia and disability. The aim being to promote greater participation by females in football.

Artur Krysiak, Exeter’s OGOC Ambassador, saidartur_krysiak_exeter

Football is a game for everyone and it is great to see so many women and girls getting involved as players, fans and in lots of other roles.

The Devon FA will have a stand in Red Square to give female fans an opportunity to explore what is available in football from playing to coaching and refereeing.

Local female youngsters will be showing off their skills at half time when members of the Exeter City Girls Player Development Centre will be undertaking the half time shoot out. The Exeter City and Burton Albion players, wearing their OGOC shirts, will be led out by some of the girls prior to kick off.

A bucket collection will be held by the Exeter City Ladies team.

If you want to contact the OGOC group then email [email protected]