Notts County Women & Girls have successfully applied for an FA Wildcats Licence, which will see the club inspire girls aged 5-11 to get involved in football.
First launched in 2017, there are now more than 1,250 Wildcats Centres across England offering girls the opportunity to play football on a weekly basis.
The initiative provides organised sessions in a fun and engaging environment created exclusively for girls and the chance to try football for the first time.
Chairman Stephen Rooth said: "It's important to encourage girls to enjoy the game from a young age and we're really excited to get started."
Adam Dunleavy, who led the application, added: "Our commitment to growing the women's game is growing year on year and this will give us the chance to make sure we can welcome new girls into the sport."
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