Founded in 1882, Tottenham Hotspur Football Club is an English Premier League Club, based in North London, with an estimated 615.5 million global followers.
Led by the late great Bill Nicholson, the Club became the first in England to win the League and FA Cup Double in 1961, and the first in the UK to win a European Trophy two years later. Spurs has since been home to some of the game’s great entertainers, including Jimmy Greaves, Glenn Hoddle, Paul Gascoigne, David Ginola, Gareth Bale, Heung-Min Son and Harry Kane.
In April 2019, the Club opened an iconic new stadium that sits at the heart of a £1billion sport-led regeneration of North Tottenham. The stadium is the largest football club stadium in London and is a multi-use venue with the ability to host a variety of events 365 days a year, including NFL, boxing, rugby, concerts and other major events, plus visitor attractions including Stadium Tours and the Dare Skywalk.
The stadium development scheme has to date created more than 4,000 new jobs for local people, with circa £300m pumped into the local economy each year.
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Tottenham Hotspur is a world-famous football club based in North London. Off the pitch, the Club has a strong and successful business model centered around building a platform for long-term success. The women’s team (THWFC) is fully professional and competes in the Barclays FA Women’s Super League and The FA Cup. The Club also operates a talent pathway for female players aged 8-21yrs.
The Club is seeking a Physical Performance Coach to work with our Women’s Academy Programme with players aged 13-21yrs.
The position will involve working irregular hours (e.g. evenings / Saturdays / Sundays / Bank Holidays) so a flexible candidate is sought.
Tottenham Hotspur Football Club welcomes applications from anyone regardless of age, disability, race, colour or ethnic and national origins, religion or belief, or sexual orientation.
The Physical Performance Coach will take an applied practitioner role working directly with players at Tottenham Hotspur Women between the ages 13-21. They will lead, manage & develop sport science and strength and conditioning strategies that will help support and nurture elite young female footballers at the club.
This role will also lead on the ‘FA Playermaker Project’ and be responsible for interpreting the data to the U21 Head Coach and the rest of the technical staff
The Physical Performance Coach may also play a role in player identification and recruitment, working alongside the Talent ID and Recruitment Coordinator & WSL Academy Head Coach as part of the recruitment strategy.
This sports science role sits as part of the team of staff within Tottenham Hotspur Performance Team and requires the ability to work closely and productively with the other coaching and support staff within the club.
Closing: 05 Jul 2022