Women soccer coaches have created a completely different look as they become glamorous rulers, taking teams to the top of the field of a sport that always values men rather than women.
They are highly respected by the specialist, not comparable to the iconic male coaches.
1. April Heinrichs-a young female soccer mentor
April Heinrichs is a female soccer coach born on February 27, 1964. She represented the American Women’s National Football Team for the first time in 1995 as an assistant coach. She was nominated head coach in 2000 and coached the women’s team from 2000 to 2004. She was also one of the leading founders of the women’s national soccer team in the United States and the same community.
She won the 1991 World Cup. This female soccer mentor shared a cup for her teammates at the 2004 Summer Olympics, the Algarve Cup and the Golden Cup. During her career as a trainer, she helped the U.S. team earn a silver medal at the 2000 Summer Olympics and a bronze medal at the 2003 Women’s Olympics.During her time as coach, Heinrichs helped the team win 87 matches.
2.Helena Costa-Portuguese director of football
Helena Margarida dos Santos e Costa was born on April 15, 1978 and holds a UEFA degree in soccer coaching. From 1997 to 2010, she was the female football coach of the Benfica Youth Team. She also led the party to take second place in the 2005 national championship. The women’s soccer coach provided advice to Qatar’s national team, who earned their first foreign victory.
On October 22, 2012, she was elected Iran’s National Team Coach. Not stopping there, Costa started coaching the Ligue 2 Clermont Foot French team in 2014. She became the first female coach of a professional football team with this achievement.
Above are the two most qualified female soccer coaches in the country. It can be seen that they did wonders not only for the team, but for themselves, lauded by the public. To do so, they definitely don’t only spend the day and night researching skills, but they still have to train their stamina and combat spirit for themselves.