Worcester Goalkeeper Academy Coach Profile: Magdalena Kalinowski
I started playing football in 2014. First with a Worcester womens team and then with the Worcester allstars disability football team. Whilst training with them every Sunday, I was tried in every position on the pitch, however it was only goalkeeping Was found to be best suited.
At the start of 2015, as the opportunities at the time were limited, I decided I wanted to help others with my passion and took up coaching instead. So I volunteered as a young leader and now help at different football clubs and organisations: WDFC (now as adult coach), Olbury Park Tigers FC, Footie Bugs and the Worcester Goalkeeper Academy.
In May 2017, I attained the FA Level 1 award for outfield.
As I have been coaching for a while at the Academy , I decided to take the step up and now help lead my own training sessions. I also plan to take the Goalkeeper Level 1 Award in 2018, to further develop my skills as a coach.
Following rule changes for the Worcester All Stars team, as well as coaching, I now also play for the club in the top league. I may be the only girl in the team but enjoy playing for the team as their goalkeeper! What’s more I get to put my coaching into practice!
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