Our Stories: Aurelie Laidouni

What is your role at Bromley FC?

I have been a Community Female Coach for the past year at Bromley FC.
I plan and deliver all of the girls sessions including Wildcats, Squad and Girls’ Development sessions.

How long have you been involved in football?

Alongside Bromley FC, I am also the Head Coach at another local girls’ football club who play in a league.
I am also part of the Bromley Belles and train every Wednesday and participate at recreational football festivals.

I am also a mum of two boys who have been playing football since a young age so I am a big supporter of what they do.

What has been your experience of being involved or working in football?

I love it, it is very rewarding and so great to be part of the girls’ and women football development.

What have you enjoyed most about being involved with football?

So many… staying fit, having fun, meet a great bunch of women. On the coaching part, being a role model for the girls and being proud when I see how they develop in their confidence and abilities to play.

What advice would you give someone wanting to work or get involved in football?

Just go for it, if you have the love for the sport, go for it, you will feel that it is a really rewarding environment physically, technically, mentally and socially.

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