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Faye White

Faye White


Faye White is one of the most decorated English female players of her generation. Having made her debut as a 16-year-old, she went on to win 31 trophies with the Gunners, including 10 Women's Premier League National Divisions and nine FA Women's Cups, and was voted FA Women's Player of the Year in 1997/98. Having also captained England through two World Cups and two European Championships, Faye was awarded an MBE in 2007, and later inducted to the Football Hall of Fame. Today, Faye is still involved in the game as a Marketing Officer at Arsenal FC and also coaches the local University of Hertfordshire Women’s first team.

Faye is a Football Foundation Ambassador. Our Ambassadors support the Foundation's commitment to building better community sports facilities across the county, which support the health of the nation – its people, communities and economy.

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The investment in projects like Rosemary Gardens, and hundreds of others across the country, means that young people have access to quality facilities where they can enjoy all the benefits associated with playing sport.
Faye White

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  • Faye White at BS4S 10yr event- panel discussion Faye White celebrates a decade of Barclays Spaces for SportsArsenal FC and England Women's legend Faye White MBE was the main attraction for local youngsters on Friday as she helped them celebrate the tenth anniversary of Barclays Spaces for Sports, a partnership established in 2004 by Barclays and the Football Foundation 09/09/2014

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