Natalie

Clark

4

Appearances

130

Apps this season

0

league goals

0

league assists

0

cup goals

0

cup assists

0

Appearances

130

Appearances this season

0

leage goals

0

league assists

0

cup goals

0

cup assists

0

bio

“Once a fed, always a fed”
I started playing football at the age of 4, for my local girls’ team – little old Liverpool Feds. I loved every minute playing with my friends and developing. 6 years later I was ready for a challenge, after a successful trial I joined Everton, where I spent 8 years within the academy and reserves section, captaining the U15’s and U17’s side and also reaching the U17’s FA Youth Cup Final.
The next destination on my footballing journey was inevitable. The inclusivity and family feel of the club is what brought me back home, knowing I would undoubtedly fall back in love with football. The year we won the league will always fill me with pride, and being a part of the journey from tier 4 to tier 3 is such an amazing feeling. I suffered an ankle injury last season but am working my way back to full fitness. I am excited to see how this season unfolds and how well we can progress.

Outside of football, I am a Special Needs Teacher and love it. The job is so rewarding, every day is different and wouldn’t have it any other way!

Player sponsor

name:

One Wirral CIC

bio:

Improving people’s health and wellbeing takes time. Fortunately, that is our purpose and passion here at One Wirral.

We collaborate across sectors and organisations finding areas that require extra assistance to reduce health inequalities – helping to bridge gaps in health services and support. Our agile approach means we can help people through practical and innovative solutions that really make a difference.

We are also committed to towards measuring and managing the social value our organisation is creating, which is why we became a Social Value UK Organisational Member. It allows us to understand the impact of decisions and wellbeing changes on people’s lives that goes beyond measuring finances.

By focusing on social value, it means that we are able to:

  • Be accountable to our stakeholders, which allows us to be taking responsibility for the role that we are playing in their lives
  • Manage our activities so we are able to maximise the social value that we are creating
  • Encourage best practice as an organisation
  • Reduce our assumptions about the way that our activities create value through outcomes

Through implementing this approach, it gets rid of ineffective ‘tick boxing’ practices – we involve people across different sectors and groups, listening to what they have to say and then being accountable for how we use that information on improving.

Player Facts

Position:

Centre Back / Midfield

Nationality:

English

D.O.B:

30.01.1998

Age:

25 Years

Previous clubs:

Everton

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