Titans Women Seek New Head Coach

Ahead of the 2018/09 Women’s season, the Titans are recruiting for a new head coach.  Following the departure of Coach Homer after four seasons, the team is seeking applications to take the team forwards.  The Titans Women have been at the forefront of the growth of Women’s football, competing in the inaugural 7 v 7 Sapphire Series and competing in the top division of Women’s football for four straight seasons, making the semi-finals in both 2017 and 2018.

Boasting one of the largest squads in the country and being part of one of Britain’s biggest American Football clubs, the Manchester Titans Women’s team represent the perfect opportunity for any coach.

Within the Titans you will have a dedicated team manager, taking care of all of the administration, leaving you to focus solely on coaching.  The team has it’s own dedicated HUDL account and trains twice a week with unrestricted access to classroom facilities and an online playbook tool.  Within the Titans coaching structure there is a large resource of online coaching clinics, an online and physical library of coaching books and we run regular clinics run by our more senior coaches.

The Titans also cover the BAFCA fees for all of its coaches.

The Women’s team will start training in September and will work toward competing in the next Sapphire Series November to February.  Training is Saturday 11:00-14:00 and Tuesday 20:00-22:00.

We expect a Head Coach:

  • to attend 90% of training sessions and 100% of games
  • to plan all training sessions at least 24 hours in advance, sharing this plan with the other coaches and team manager
  • to appoint their own coordinators (there are returning coaches although all appointments are at the discretion of the new head coach)
  • to attend coaching clinics and the BAFCA convention, showing a desire to improve at all times

Please send applications to our Women’s Team Manager Charlie Novak via charlie@manchestertitans.co.uk

You can learn more about the Titans Programme at ManchesterTitans.co.uk




Nick 'Willy Tee' Wilson-Town hails from the South West where he's spent the last decade bouncing around various teams at the university and senior level. He came to fame on the now departed unofficial forum thanks to his regularly irreverent Uniball predictions and general 'BUAFL wafflage'. Follow him on twitter @WillyTee1