A new women’s football team has launched in Watford and is looking for local ladies to get involved.

Everett Rovers Ladies FC, which was formerly Evergreen FC based in Abbots Langley, have moved to the area and are hoping to recruit new players ahead of the new season in September.

They are now based in Dodd Road, Watford, and captain Becky Freeman said they are hoping to make football more accessible to those without a car.

She added: “We have a great group of players and we're keen to create more equal opportunities within the club.

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“We're really excited to be part of a family club and look forward to welcoming more players, whether you're looking to join a new team or have never kicked a ball in your life.

“The support of Everett has already been great and I'm excited to see what we can do."

Assistant Manager Holly Worthington added that it is the perfect time to get involved with the women’s Euros next year.

“We pride ourselves on being a really inclusive team and helping players to progress in their football journeys,” she said.

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“We're really excited to call Everett Rovers our new home and we can't wait to see what the coming season has in store."

Those interested can train with the team on Tuesday evenings.

For more information email b.freeman1988@outlook.com.