Matildas coach special guest at Bangalow

Coach of the Australian women's football team, the Matildas, Tom Sermanni, will be special guest at a function at the Bangalow Bowling and Sports Club on Saturday, February 28.

Sermanni, who coached the national team to a quarter-final appearance at the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup, will detail his experiences as head coach of the Matildas, along with his time as a professional coach in Japan, USA and the former National Soccer League.

Sermanni's stay in Bangalow will also include coaching sessions for the club's junior members and a coach education session as part of the club's junior sign-on that day.

The junior sign-on will be from 8.30am through to 11.30am, with coaching sessions at 9am and 10.30am.

The coach education session, open to all Bangalow Soccer Club coaches, will be at noon.

Players for grades 6-18 in boys, girls and mixed teams are required.

The function at which Sermanni will speak is open to the general public.

Entry is $15 with doors open at 7pm. Bookings are required for catering purposes.

To book, please contact Scott Krueger on 0439 226 265.

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