Ahead of the launch of the fully professional FA Women’s Super League on Sunday, The FA has created a film to inspire the next generation of female footballers. Girls from the North London Pro:Direct Academy feature in the 60 second video alongside stars of the women’s game including Lionesses Fran Kirby and Jordan Nobbs.

The film celebrates what is a landmark moment for women’s football and the realisation that girls of all ages can now aspire to have a career in football.

Twelve year old Fahren who stars in the film thinks more girls will now know it is possible to become a footballer.

I think the new FA WSL is really important and I loved being in the video. It means me and my friends can now dream of playing in a professional league, just like all of the boys our age who love football.

Kmita is looking forward to the start of the new season and believes it signals a change in the landscape for young female footballers.

I came across a lot of doubters who said I wouldn’t be able to do this as a career, but now I can say to these girls, you can and you will, if you put your mind to it and believe in yourself.

Arsenal and England midfielder, Jordan Nobbs echoed the sentiment of Kmita’s comments.

Don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t follow your dream. I’ve had incredible support and constant encouragement from my friends and family and I’m now a professional footballer.

The restructure of the league is a milestone for The FA’s delivery of ‘The Gameplan for Growth’ which is aiming to double participation and the fan base of the women’s game by 2020.

The league starts at 12.30pm on Sunday as Arsenal go head-to-head against Liverpool on the BBC Sport Red Button. At 2.00pm, last year’s FA WSL and SSE Women’s FA Cup winners Chelsea take on Manchester City live on BT Sport 3.

All of the opening weekend fixtures can be found at and games will be broadcast throughout the season on BT Sport, BBC and The FA WSL Facebook page. Tickets to all league games throughout the season are available at