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Women's Soccer Coaching is the world's first and best soccer coaching resource written for and by female coaches and coaches of female players.

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Everything you need to be a better coach

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About Soccer Coach Weekly

Since 2006 Soccer Coach Weekly has been at the forefront of grassroots coaching in the UK and around the world.

Led by Director of Coaching, David Clarke, Soccer Coach Weekly has thousands of subscribers worldwide benefiting from our tested, proven coaching tools, tips and advice.

In 2020, Hannah Duncan joined us as our Head of Women's Soccer and editor of Women's Soccer Coaching. Launching SCW into a new era and cementing its place as the most innovative, forward-looking resource for grassroots coaches.

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Some of our expert contributors...

Hannah Duncan - Editor

Hannah Duncan is head of women's soccer for Soccer Coach Weekly and editor of Women’s Soccer Coaching. She holds a UEFA B license and FA Youth Award, and is currently working in the Youth Development Phase at an FA Women’s National League club.

Hannah has taken a representative team to the Gothia Cup – the world’s largest youth football tournament – and is currently playing in Step 5 of the women’s pyramid with Whyteleafe WFC.

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Hannah Duncan


Ali Speechly

Ali Speechly

Ali has coached in grassroots, community and academy settings, including at Millwall Lionesses and Tottenham Women. Currently an academy coach at a WSL club, Ali is also director of women’s football at community club Camden & Islington United. FA Level 2 and Goalkeeper Level 1-qualified, she is working towards her Uefa B licence.

Rachel Thomson

Rachel Thomson is the Lead Academy Strength and Conditioning Coach at Hibernian Girls Academy in Scotland, working with players from u13 to u19. She is also a coach at Spartans Community Academy. You can follow Rachel on Twitter via @rachthom2 and Hibs Girls Academy via @HFCgirlsacademy


Rachel Thomson


Natascia Bernadi

Natascia Bernadi

Natascia currently coaches Wildcats for Actonians LFC in west London, working with girls aged 5-11. Previously, she has coached the women’s football team of Newham Sixth Form College in east London.

Emma O'Connor

Emma is a Uefa B licence coach, currently working with Wheatley Oaks FC, a team for women aged 30+ in Oxfordshire. She has previously coached at Richmond Park FC and AFC Wimbledon.


Emma O'Connor


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