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On Sunday, Sue Carmichael from Liverpool Feds was honoured to receive the FA / McDonalds Grassroots Volunteer of the year Award.
The ceremony took place at Wembley Stadium as part of the FA Community Shield match celebrations. Sue was presented with her award on the pitch at half time of the match between Manchester City and Chelsea by Sir Geoff Hurst.
Award winners enjoyed hospitality, meeting McDonalds ambassadors such as former England captain, and new Manchester United Women manager, Casey Stoney, Martin Keown, Stuart Pearce and Kieran Trippier during lunch, as well as tickets to the match and seeing their name and club honoured at Wembley Stadium.
Sue, along with club colleague Janie Moore, have been recognised by Liverpool County FA for their work with Liverpool Feds over the past 28 years and Sue was proud to be honoured at a National level too.
Liverpool Feds is a Womens and Girls football club with opportunities for girls aged 4-16 and three Open Age teams. If you wish to get involved as a player or volunteer, please contact Sue on (07809) 150015.
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