Female Coaches Network

Female Coaches Network

Support for Female Coaches in the East Riding

Calling all female coaches! 

Are you currently coaching in the grassroots game?
Would you like some support with your coaching journey?

The Female Coaches Network has been put together to support you. 

Join our Women and Girls Football Development Officer, FA Coach Mentor Jamie Barnwell- Edinboro and County Coach Developer Suey Smith for an opportunity to get together and create a support network which helps you as a grassroots coach. 

We want this to be shaped by coaches in the game, to suit their needs, provide the relevant guidance, development opportunities and CPD that you require. 

Whether you are a new coach who would like some support in your club environment, ideas for coaching teams, or you are a coach that is looking at taking the next step from Level 1 to Level 2 but need some more support, or if you are looking at getting into coaching, this network is open to you. 

We would like a variety of coaches to attend with a variety of experiences so we can utilise the people we have coaching within the County. 

Join us for a chat over a cup of tea/coffee, so we can discuss your coaching experiences, share ideas and identify what support you require. We want this network to be shaped and led by you. 

This initative was launched previously, and we did support a number of female coaches in the game, we want to revive this network and provide an opportunity for female coaches to come together. 

Join us on: 

Thursday 28th November 2019

Time: 6:30pm-9:00pm

Venue: East Riding County FA Office, 220 Inglemire Lane

Please help spread the word of this support network and share with any female coaches within the East Riding that you may know. 

If you would like to attend or would like more information please contact Kirsty Leake – Women and Girls Football Development Officer on 01482 221158 | 07920 047705 or email Kirsty.leake@eastridingfa.com 

Look forward to seeing you there and supporting you in your coaching role.