London FA

London FA Staffing Update

We'd like to provide you with an update detailing some changes to the team at London FA.

London FA is very pleased to announce the appointment of Priti Trivedi as its new Head of Football Services and Jordan Crichlow as Football Services Administrator.

Priti joins London FA following a stellar career in Scottish professional football, most recently as Head of Football Operations at Dundee United FC. She has previously held the position of General Manager at both Dundee United and Kilmarnock FC, accountable for all non-football activities. She also worked for many years at the Scottish Professional Football League as their Finance & Registrations Manager.

In this new role, Priti will form a key part of the senior management team and be responsible for leading the safeguarding, discipline and cup competitions work of the Associations. She starts in post on Thursday 10th December 2020.

Jordan joined the London FA as the new Football Services Administrator on 30 November 2020, having previously worked at A&H International, the official suppliers for referee kit and equipment to the Premier League and National Football league. Jordan has grown up playing football in South London and is a qualified referee.

Sadly, we also have to say a fond farewell to three members of London FA team - Becky Greaves, Laura Foster and Marquel Ellis-Brooks.

All three have taken the decision to pursue opportunities and seek challenges elsewhere and London FA will miss them all enormously.

In her five years at London FA, Becky has played a key leadership role in transforming the work of our discipline team, revamping the affiliation process and ensuring that London FA passes the most stringent of safeguarding standards.

Throughout his time in the safeguarding team, Marquel played a vital role in ensuring our workforce is compliant with the required safeguarding standards and supporting London FA to pass the FA’s national Safeguarding Operating Standard.

Laura has been our Women and Girls lead for the past three years, supporting the growing female game across London. This has been evident in her commitment to the 100 FC programme, something which would never have been possible without Laura’s tireless dedication. Laura will be joining the team at the Black Prince Trust in the new year.