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  • United Kingdom
    The role of our Academy Coaches is to create a positive learning environment where you will support and challenge young people on their development pathway.
  • United Kingdom
    The successful candidate should have a demonstrable track record of coaching youth and academy players, preferably within an elite environment, and the ability to quickly develop professional relationships with players to create a positive and free flowin
  • United Kingdom
    The successful applicant will be responsible for the implementation of coaching sessions for all senior women’s teams. You will be required to plan and deliver coaching sessions within the coaching development programme, as well as monitoring and analysin
  • United States of America (USA)
    The individual will commit to the High Performance department’s mission and strategy to maximize performance across all sport development programs at U.S. Soccer. Working with the High Performance team will contribute to developing and delivering world-cl
  • United Kingdom
    Deliver the academy’s coaching curriculum including adapting activities aligned with Club’s coaching and playing philosophies
  • United States of America (USA)
    The primary role of this position is to lead the development of players within a team in Formation Phase (U13, U14, U15) as a Head Coach.
  • United States of America (USA)
    The primary role of this position is to support, improve and accelerate the development of the talented young players within the Academy’s Pre-Professional Phase (U17, U19, U23).
  • United Kingdom
    The National Head Coach is responsible for the development of players, squads, staff and results based upon agreed team objectives within the England Women’s Blueprint for Success.
  • United Kingdom
    The National Head Coach is responsible for the development of players, squads, staff and results based upon agreed team objectives from the England Women’s Blueprint for Success.
  • United Kingdom
    The organisation is launching a pilot placement programme targeted at these groups, aiming to develop and prepare individuals for a future career in football. There are currently three places on the pilot cohort, with a plan to expand the programme in fut

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