Alamein FC are excited to announce trials for the 2018 season.
Alamein Football Club (FC), is an emergent club that was successful in their bid for a 3 year licence (commencing 2016) for the PS4 Women’s National Premier League (WNPL). We are currently seeking expressions of interest for coaching in the 2018 season, to help us build on our success to date. In addition we are currently seeking a suitably qualified and experienced Technical Director for the 2018 season to help us build on our success to date. For more information about these roles please view the following documents:
For more information please contact Bill Gaganis on 0425 844 979.
Nominations for the Board of Management of Alamein FC are open and will be accepted until 5:00pm on Thursday 27 July 2017.
Applicants must be members of Alamein FC and be nominated by 2 Board members. Two positions are available and in the event of more nominations than positions, an election will be held.
Relevant forms can be downloaded below.
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MEET MARI PASTOR
Mari has played soccer since she was 5 years old. Her father, George Paster, played professionally in the United States, and she has always aspired to do the same. She grew up playing in a local club called the ACC Mavericks in the United States – a similar club to Ashburton United!
While small for her age, she spent most of her youth developing her skills and her love for the game. By the time she grew to match other players physically, she had the drive and technique to compete with any player in her age level. After spending eight years playing soccer with the Mavericks, Mari was recruited at age 17 to play Division 1 Collegiate soccer for the University of California, Davis. After four years of playing at Davis, she is still eager to develop both on and off the field and has since been following her dreams to play professionally and coach at the next level.
After graduating in June, Mari played in England. Over her playing career, she has coached both boys and girls at all youth levels in America, England and now Australia!
She designs her practices to challenge her players while also, and more importantly, making them fun! Mari is very excited about the opportunity to coach for Ashburton United this season while playing for Alamein FC senior team in the PS4 NPLW Victoria competition.
You can see Mari and the rest of the squads at H.A. Smith reserve this Sunday.
Meet Rita, Alamein FC Vice President
Rita Williams has always had a passion for football (the round ball) and has lived it vicariously through her 2 children over the last 6 years. So while Rita may be considered a novice to the football scene (compared to some football veteran’s!), she brings a corporate flavour to the Board of Alamein.
Rita has been working in the Human Resources business function for the past 15 years and has been on many Executive teams and Steering Committees. She has completed both a Bachelor of Business and a Masters in Business Administration (MBA). She believes Australian women’s football has a great deal of catching up to do, when compared to the rest of the world. (Albeit the fact that the Matilda’s have put Australian Women’s Football on a global stage).
Rita has joined Alamein as she wants to help the club build a future where it can offer girls a development path for anything Football related (it does not always have to be about playing).
Alamein FC proudly welcomes Ashleigh Lefevre to our 2017 Senior Squad. Ashleigh is an under 21 Australian National Team player and we look forward to watching her play in red this year.