Premier League clubs are celebrating International Women's Day on 8 March, highlighting the women who help them and the support that they give to females.
At Tottenham Hotspur, South Korean star Son Heung-min attended an all-girls disability football session organised by Tottenham Hotspur Foundation at The Vale School, in the shadow of the club's new stadium.
The Foundation runs projects to create opportunities for females of all ages to access sport. It offers Walking Football for women over 50 and Premier League Girls for those aged 11-16, while a partnership with Barnet and Southgate College allows young women aged 16-19 to study towards football coaching qualifications alongside their academic studies.
At Liverpool, the staff and players of the men and women's teams have showed their gratitude to the women who inspired them in a video message.?
Watford showcased the sacrifices made by players who juggle the rigours of full-time employment with a demanding training schedule in order to play.
Girls on Side is an award-winning mental health programme that has provided life-changing and life-saving support to people across Merseyside since 2007.
Newcastle are playing their part in addressing the shortage of female coaches in the north east.
Through @NU_Foundation's Female Mentoring Programme, our current crop of Women and Girls coaches are bringing in new talent and establishing role models for the players and coaches of the future. #IWD2019 #InternationalWomensDayhttps://t.co/9954fRt0f0— Newcastle United FDN (@NU_Foundation) March 8, 2019
The Newcastle United Foundation has successfully mentored five young coaches to inspire the next generation of women and girls into football.
Increased funding from Premier League has helped the charity expand its girls-only delivery throughout Sussex and over the last 12 months more than 1,000 girls have played football at one of AITC’s regular sessions.