**Update & Congratulations**
Its give us tremendous pleasure to congratulate the team on their 16th Scottish Women’s’ League Championship – after beating Glasgow Rangers at Ibrox Stadium. To say the match was “squeaky bum time” would be an understatement, Lauren Davidson popped up in the 92nd minute with the only goal of the game as City ensured it would be their name on the new SWPL trophy.
Easyspace and Glasgow City FC…
As you may or may not know (if you’ve spoken to our team you’ll know), Easyspace are headquartered in Glasgow, Scotland. And as many of the team are proud Glaswegians, we wanted to give some love back to the city that helped us grow.
We decided to help the organisation set up and manage their Microsoft 365 – used across the club and the Glasgow City Foundation – to help management teams communicate and support their libraries of content.
With Glasgow City FC flying high (they’re currently top of the Scottish Women’s Premier League), we’re proud to be doing our bit, no matter how small, to help the team and broader organisation.
And this is just the kick off (is that enough football puns now?), we’ll be sharing more about this relationship in the coming years (and seasons – final one I promise). But we’re looking forward to working closely with the team and the foundation and wish them every bit of luck possible as the end of the season approaches.
Lets go City!
About Glasgow City FC.
Glasgow City FC is a professional women’s football club that has been making waves in women’s football since its inception in 1998. Over the years, the club has become one of the most successful women’s football clubs in Scotland and Europe. In addition, they have been instrumental in driving the growth and development of the sport across the planet.
Glasgow City FC has had an impressive track record of success on the pitch. The team competes in the Scottish Women’s Premier League, the highest level of women’s football in Scotland, and has won the league title a record 14 times in a row, from 2007 to 2021, winning 16 titles in total. The club has also won the Scottish Women’s Cup a record 9 times and has competed in the UEFA Women’s Champions League on multiple occasions, reaching the quarterfinals several times.
Off the pitch, Glasgow City FC has been committed to promoting women’s football and gender equality. The club has been actively involved in various initiatives to increase the participation of women and girls in the sport. For example, the club has partnered with local schools and community groups to promote football and healthy lifestyles and has also worked with the Scottish Football Association to establish the Women’s National Performance Centre in Glasgow, which provides world-class training and development opportunities for female footballers in Scotland.