Source: Durham

Durham announce three new coaches

Durham Women FC have confirmed the appointment of three new members of coaching staff ahead of the 2021/22 FA Women’s Championship season. The trio will work alongside the club’s existing management, medical and performance team to ensure our players continue to receive a first-class experience. Julie Twaddle, Martin Herdman and Stephen Brass will all work

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Source: UEFA/BT

Football unites against online hate

BT’s HOPE UNITED and the UEFA Foundation for Children have joined forces to help stamp out online abuse and discrimination through the UEFA Super Cup and a unique community match in Belfast. This year’s UEFA Super Cup, between Chelsea and Villarreal, is taking place on Wednesday 11 August in Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland.

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Durham unveil 21/22 home kit

Durham Women FC have unveiled their 2021/22 home kit – as the club’s partnership with Vision for Education goes from strength-to-strength. The well-established, market-leading education recruitment and supply agency will once again see their logo proudly displayed on the front of the club’s home shirt throughout the new FA Women’s Championship campaign. It extends a

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Source: The FA

New members elected to FA Super League and FA Championship Board

The Football Association has announced two new members to its FA Women’s Super League and FA Women’s Championship Board following a recent election. Michelle Walder, a Non-Executive Director at Brighton & Hove Albion, was elected onto the board as a Barclays FA Women’s Super League representative alongside Lewes Chief Executive, Maggie Murphy, who will represent

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