“Forest Ladies start the season taking the spoils from the Toon”
Sunday 21st August 2016
FA Women’s Premier League
Newcastle United WFC 0 – 1 Nottingham Forest LFC
 
 
Sunday saw Nottingham Forest Ladies FC open their 16-17 FA Women’s Premier League season facing their longest away trip of the season to Newcastle United WFC, a game which saw several new faces make their first team debuts for the club.
 
The game started off with Newcastle getting an early shot off but its watched past the far post by Mullett.
 
Fugler and Mullett with some good communication ensures that another early Newcastle break away didn’t come to anything, Walters wins the ball in midfield playing the ball to Beaver who slots the ball through to Gladwin breaking the offside trap but her effort is wide of the far post.
 
Copeland with a strong defensive header to Griffin attempting to get the ball through to Gladwin but the Newcastle defence is quick to clear their lines, Beaver and Griffin working hard on the midfield to retain possession and get the ball forward allows Lowder to have an effort but its blocked.
 
Pictured: Millie Fugler was part of the hardworking defence
 
         
 
Nottingham Forest Ladies FC: 
Regional Talent Club 
Part-Time Paid and Voluntary Positions Available:
 
Roles Available for Application: 
Goalkeeping Coach
Assistant Coach
Strength & Conditioning Coach
 
Following a six-month application process Nottingham Forest Ladies FC were recently awarded one of only 34 clubs awarded with a prestigious FA Regional Talent Club (RTC) Licenses which will be responsible for the delivery of elite girls’ football development. 
 
RTCs have replaced the former Centre of Excellence model and will deliver enhanced coaching and support designed to improve the development of elite female players through the FA Girls’ England talent pathway with age groups of U12, U14 and U16.
As a result, Nottingham Forest Ladies FC have some exciting roles available. 
 

 

 
Nottingham Forest Ladies FC 
Applications Invited for: 
Senior Team Physio x 1 
Senior Team Sports Therapist x 1 
Junior Team Physio x1 
 
Nottingham Forest Ladies FC are seeking to recruit 2 x Physiotherapists and 1 x Sports Therapists to provide medical care for the senior squad and a weekly clinic for the junior teams. We are looking for recent physiotherapy graduates who would like an opportunity to work in a sports setting or current 3rd year physiotherapist/ sports rehabilitation undergraduate students who can work under the supervision of the clubs current staff. 
 
Nottingham Forest Ladies is a well-established club with a 25 year+ history, whose senior first team currently play in the FA Women's Premier League Northern Division. Games are played at Basford United FC and the seniors train twice weekly (Tuesday / Thursday). 
 
These roles are advertised as unpaid but afford a great opportunity to work with one of the most successful and well established flagship women's football clubs in the East Midlands. The roles offer a great opportunity and experience for those currently in study. 
 
For more information of to discuss the opportunity applicable, please contact Operations Manager Steven Gray in the first instance. 
To apply please forward an up to date CV with covering letter to Operations Manager Steven Gray. 
Steven Gray 
Operations Manager
Telephone: 07870 156 937
Email. Steven.Gray@nottinghamforestladies.co.uk
 
 

 

                                 
 
Managerial and Coaching opportunities at Nottingham Forest Ladies FC for the 2016/17 season
 
Applications invited for: 
Coaching and Managerial Roles
Senior Goalkeeping Coach
 
Nottingham Forest Ladies Football Club have some prestigious, exciting and challenging positions available.  NFLFC are looking to recruit experienced, enthusiastic and committed coaches for our Senior section. 
 
NFLFC have reached significant milestones during their 25+ Year history and candidates who reflect the Club’s ambition and ethos will be well received.  Importantly, those candidates with the relevant practical and knowledgeable skill set who can also demonstrate excellent people management skills will be acknowledged as a priority.
 
The positions involve the co-ordination, organisation and delivery of well-structured and professional coaching sessions on training nights.
 
The Senior First Team currently play in the FA Women's Premier League Northern Division 2016-2017 (The top division in the winter football pyramid) and the Senior Reserves Team play in the FA Women's Premier League Midlands Division 2016-2017
 
 

Fixtures: Reserves

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First Team 16/17

Reserve Team 16/17