The Bromley Football Club Community Sports Trust is pleased to welcome Aurelie Laidouni as Senior Female Community Coach and School Development Officer, thanks to the support of the National League Trust.
Aurelie joins the Trust on a full-time basis, having been a part of our Girls’ football provision at the Trust for the last two years.
Currently completing her UEFA C Coaching Qualification, Aurelie has vast experience teaching football and other sports in both the Primary and Secondary school sector in the local community. Her role will build on this, working with our partner schools to deliver high quality football and multi sports sessions for children in schools across Bromley, whilst forging and developing relationships with our increasing list of partner schools.
On joining the team at Hayes Lane, Aurelie commented: “I am delighted to have joined the Bromley FC Community Trust as a Female Senior Coach and Schools Development Officer. There was no hesitation for me to join the team full-time after coaching here for the past two years. I am excited to work with Andrea especially, who is a great inspiration. I am looking forward to continuing my journey and giving equal opportunities to girls to play the game”.
Head of Community Matt Hall added; “As we look to build further connections with schools in our local community, Aurelie’s appointment will be pivotal. Her knowledge and experience of working in educational settings and the contacts she has will help to ensure we can support as many schools as possible. It was clear in the interview process that Aurelie had a genuine drive to help us grow here, and having seen her coaching abilities over the past two years I know she brings a lot to the table, I’m delighted she now joins us on a full-time basis. I’d like to thank Susan O’Brien and the National League Trust for their support with our exciting and growing school projects, and for making this appointment possible”.
The appointment also comes as a result of a significant increase in Women & Girls’ activities within the Community Trust, following the continued and valued support of London Biggin Hill Airport, who have enabled the Trust to expand their impact and provide numerous further opportunities for Women & Girls. More exciting news on the progress made will follow as part of a wider Women & Girls strategy update in February.
Welcome to the team, Aurelie!