Youth coaching

London FA to Host 100 FC Panel Event

The event will take place in April and is open to all 100 FC coaches, plus any other female coaches from across London.

London FA, Middlesex FA and Amateur Football Alliance are pleased to announce a new event featuring some inspirational women in football on Wednesday 14 April.

Open to both 100 FC programme participants and to all female coaches from across London, the event will feature current and former coaches talking about the inspirations behind their coaching journeys, how they have got to where they are now and their advice to women in football.

Our panellists include:

Chloe Morgan
Chloe is the current number 1 goalkeeper for Crystal Palace Women in the Women's Championship. Prior to this, she was with Tottenham Hotspur Women from 2014-2020, seeing them into their first year in the WSL. Chloe is also a goalkeeper coach for Goaldiggers FC, a womxn and non-binary club, based in London. Separate from football, Chloe is a full-time civil litigation lawyer for a London firm.

Rosie and Mollie Kmita
Rosie has coached grassroots football, played professional football in the WSL, is a presenter on the WSL Warm Up show and most recently has set up Level 7 Academy.

Mollie has coached grassroots football, played football in the FA NWL, is a presenter for the WSL Warm Up show and MUTV and most recently has set up Level 7 Academy.

Lucy Pearson
Lucy is the Director of FA Education having joined the FA in 2018. Her passions remain four-fold: education, young people, inclusion and the power of sport to positively influence lives.

Up until 2005, Lucy combined her teaching career with opening the bowling for England, twice winning the England Women’s Cricketer of the Year and playing more than 75 matches for her country. In 2017, she was appointed to the England and Wales Cricket Board as a non-executive Director; she has been involved in the Women’s and Girls’ game, currently overseeing the Women’s High-Performance Committee, the South Asian Engagement Strategy, Disability Cricket and Schools’ Cricket.

Hannah Duncan
Hannah is a UEFA B and FA Youth Award qualified coach, currently working in the Youth Development Phase on an FA Women’s National League Club. She also plays for Whyteleafe Women and is the editor of Women’s Soccer Coaching magazine.

The event will take place on Wednesday 14th April 2021 from 6:30pm-8pm. Zoom links will be sent out to those who sign up on the day.

sign up for the event here

*Please note that this event is for female coaches only*