Spartans have unveiled their new look Coaching Management Team ahead of the restart of the Scottish Women’s Premier League.
Returning to the helm is Debbi McCulloch whilst outgoing Head Coach Paul Greig takes up a further internal coaching role within the Spartans Family, where he will assist the Men’s Under 20s team during their 2018/19 campaign.
Joining Debbi in the dug-out will be Assistant Head Coach Scott Noble and Coach Craig Booth.
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join SWPL 1 side Spartans as Head of Goalkeeping Coach.
Minimum qualifications Goalkeeping Level 2/Disclosure Scotland PVG Certificate, Preferred qualifications Goalkeeping Level 3/UEFA B Licence.
10 hours per week approximately, covering a minimum of two GK specific training sessions per week with potential of attending game days on Sunday’s and when available. (more…)
Scottish Women’s Premier League football club Spartans Women is delighted to announce an apparel partnership with global sports brand Macron. The kit partnership will see Macron supply playing jerseys and training wear to players, coaches and club members across the Spartans Family.
Spartans Women FC, formed in 2008, will continue in our traditional colours, wearing a white and red Macron Titan jersey throughout the next two seasons for home fixtures, whilst choosing the royal blue and white Titan jersey for the away jersey.
Additionally, we are overjoyed to announce a new five figure two-year shirt and training kit deal with specialist personal injury law practice Friends Legal. Spartans players Rachel Harrison, Alanna Marshall and Michaela McAlonie met this evening, at Ainslie Park, to launch the new deal which will provide important backing to the team as they look ahead to the next two seasons.
Spartans FC are delighted to unveil Paul Greig as their new Head Coach for the 2018 SWPL 1 campaign.
Greig returns to his native Scotland after successful spells in opposite sides of the world, having coached in both New Zealand and America.
Greig takes over at the helm from Suzy Shepherd in a bid to re-energise the squad that finished fifth in the table following a rollercoaster campaign.
The new manager was introduced to players at a specially convened meeting at Ainslie Park on Monday evening following his selection from a strong field of candidates.
This week Suzy Shepherd made the difficult decision to step down from her role as Head Coach of Spartans.
Suzy joined Spartans as a player in 2013 before her transition to coach in 2016. Suzy’s goal during her spell at the helm was very much a rebuilding job recruiting younger players and building a team capable of challenging at the top of Women’s football. (more…)