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Sheffield & Hallamshire FA have welcomed Gemma Gale as their new Girls and Women's Football Development Officer.
Gemma starts her new role with Sheffield & Hallamshire FA with immediate effect.
Gemma had already been working with Sheffield & Hallamshire FA as a County Football Coach working with schools to deliver coaching sessions for girls across the region before successfully securing a permanent post as Girls and Women's Football Development Officer.
Gemma had a successful career in Telecommunications before making the decision to make a change and pursue a new life working in football. Gemma has worked hard to get to where she is today. Since moving from Telecommunications she has completed her coaching badges from Level 1 right through to Level 3 UEFA B licence with the Sheffield & Hallamshire FA.
During this time, Gemma has worked for Sheffield FC managing the development and launch of the Boots for Africa Charity scheme, and working on other community development programmes and schemes.
In addition to her full time commitments, she is also the Under-10 Girls coach at the Sheffield United Centre of Excellence and has played football for over 15 years for Sheffield United, with spells at Sheffield Wednesday and Sheffield FC. Her playing career highlight was being selected for an England trial for the Under-16s squad.
Gemma said: "Football is my passion and I have dedicated myself to following my dream of working in football. I am looking forward to getting stuck into my new role, continuing the great work that has already been done, the new challenges that the development of the game has to offer and continuing to make girls and women's football thrive."
James Hope-Gill, Sheffield & Hallamshire FA Chief Executive said "We are delighted to welcome Gemma to the team and wish her the best in her new role. I feel that Gemma possesses the required qualities, enthusiasm and skills required to forge ahead and development game for females in the County FA region."
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