London Seaward is more than just what happens on the pitch. From playing, to coaching, to volunteering, to supporting us financially (every little helps!). There is a role for everyone and we’d love for you to get involved.

Contact us for more information about these posts.

Matchday Volunteers

We are always looking for individuals who are happy helping out on matchdays. This often includes:

  • Helping work the tannoy
  • Helping the Matchday Manager staff the entry gate
  • Assisting with tasks such as matchball retrieval or escorting and meeting referees and opponents

Our matches are generally played at 2pm on a Sunday at Oakside Stadium, just a few minutes walk from Barkingside Tube station.

Matchday volunteers are not expected to attend every game, with some attending as few as two or three home games a year. What matters to us is simply knowing in advance when an individual is available, and that the individual is committed to turning up.

For more information about matchday volunteering, contact

Head of Sports Therapy/Physiotherapy

We have an exciting opportunity to lead our Sports Therapy/Physiotherapy department responsible for providing treatment and rehabilitation to players across our senior squads. The role will focus primarily on injury prevention, progressive rehabilitation and providing pitch based medical cover on matchdays.

Key Roles & Responsibilities: 

  • Provision of match-day sports therapy/physio cover
  • Assessment and management of injuries to players across our senior teams in liaison with the coaching staff, Head of Physical Performance, Nutritionist and Psychologist
  • Design of individual injury prevention and rehabilitation programmes
  • Recruitment and management of other physio/therapy staff
  • Assist the club in the design of an Emergency Action Plan for our training and home grounds
  • Ensure the 1st Team Manager is aware of rules and best practices for adequate physiotherapy/sports therapy provision (e.g., access, equipment, insurance)
  • Ensure treatment areas are kept clean and tidy, maintain and replenish medical supplies (budget provided by club)
  • Provide support based on each individual player’s needs; treat the person as well as the injury.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • FA Level 1 Introduction to First Aid in Football /FA Emergency First Aid (or willing to undertake)
  • FA Safeguarding Certificate (or willing to undertake)
  • Enhanced DBS check (or willing to undertake)

Desired Qualifications:

  • Chartered physiotherapist and registered member of the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC) OR membership of the Society of Sports Therapy.

To apply for the position, please send your CV and any additional information/material you wish to include to

Goalkeeper Coach

Key Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Supporting the Head of Goalkeeping in designing the goalkeeping syllabus for both 1st and Reserve team
  • Planning and delivery of high-quality goalkeeping practices individually and in collaboration with other coaching staff
  • Attend home and away matches on Sundays
  • Provide a suitable and safe environment for our goalkeepers to learn and thrive
  • Ensuring high degree of technical and tactical knowledge is implemented whilst also accepting/encouraging individuality
  • Maintain strong communication channels with the Head of Goalkeeping regarding player progress and any issues that arise

Minimum Requirements:

  • FA Safeguarding Certificate (or willing to undertake)
  • FA Emergency First Aid (or willing to undertake)
  • Enhanced DBS check (or willing to undertake)

Experience of women’s football is not necessary but an appreciation of the differences between women and men in regards to physicality, temperament and learning style is a must.

To apply for the position, please send your CV and any additional information/material you wish to include to

Strength & Conditioning Coach

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join London Seaward’s Strength and Conditioning (S&C) team.  We’re seeking an enthusiastic and confident individual who is seeking to enhance their knowledge and learn from working under a highly experienced Head of Physical Performance.

Key Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Deliver in-person S&C sessions (Tuesday evenings)
  • Contribute to the planning of yearly S&C plans
  • Attend match-days (every Sunday) and help to deliver warm-up and cool-down protocols
  • Provide general guidance to the players in relation to any queries they have

Essential Qualifications & Experience:

  • Experience as a personal trainer/fitness instructor / S&C Coach
  • A general interest in football

Desired Qualification & Experience:

  • Previously worked in a team sport would be advantageous (but not essential)
  • Previously delivered large fitness sessions/gym classes / boot-camps 
  • Level 2 in Gym / Fitness instruction or S&C qualification

Students/graduates of a sports-related undergraduate/post-graduate discipline (with no working experience) are also encouraged to apply.

To apply for the position, please send your CV and any additional information/material you wish to include to

Performance Analyst

You’ll be responsible for collecting and analysing data, working closely with the coaching staff and other support staff (e.g. S&C team, medical team etc.) to identify areas of improvement. This will involve providing feedback to the players, managing the data collected and creating reports and visualisations to help coaches and players better understand the insights gained.

Key Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Filming of matches and training sessions & using the equipment provided to a professional standard
  • Implementing data visualisation in accordance with the club’s playing style and philosophy, ensuring data quality and consistency
  • Coordinating with the Performance Analysis Coordinator to manage the collection, storage, and retrieval of data from various sources
  • Support the development and implementation of data analysis tools and reports to aid the coaching and performance staff in decision-making processes
  • Writing opposition reports, post-match analysis reports and individual player reviews, as well as gathering video clips
  • Ensuring data privacy and security are maintained in accordance with club policies, relevant legislation and GDPR guidelines

Required Skills & Qualifications:

  • Sport related undergraduate/postgraduate degree
  • Previous exposure to an analysis environment would be beneficial, but not essential
  • An ability to work independently and within a multi-disciplinary team
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Excellent time management and organisational skills
  • Hard-working and pro-active attitude with a commitment to CPD
  • Proficiency in IT software
  • Access to own laptop – to make use of HUDL / VEO

To apply for the position, please send a copy of your CV and a cover letter to Josh Bratch (Head of Performance Analysis) –

Partnerships and Pathways Lead

The role: 

  • Support the club’s relationship with home ground and develop a long term facilities strategy
  • Create a whole club footballing strategy in partnership with first team manager which extends beyond first and reserves football
  • Develop, manage and maintain partnerships/relationships with other local clubs
  • Build footballing relationship or pathways that provide revenue for the club

Personal qualities:

Well organised, problem solver, people person and a good communicator. External contacts with other football clubs desirable.

Time commitment:

Approximately three hours per week.

Click here to register interest

Reserve Team Coach

We are looking to recruit an enthusiastic and ambitious coach to work with our reserve team at training and on matchdays. The team compete in the FA Women’s National League Reserve League (South East & Central Division).

You’ll have the opportunity to work as part of a strong, dedicated and hard-working coaching team with plenty of opportunity for personal growth and self-development.

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Execution of matchday roles (as assigned by Reserve Team Manager)
  • Maintenance and upkeep of club kit and equipment (provided)
  • Development of our promising young talent into first team players of the future!
  • Attendance at staff/coaching meetings (ad-hoc basis)

Minimum Requirements:

  • FA Level 1 Award / UEFA C
  • Proven previous coaching experience
  • FA Safeguarding Certificate (or willing to undertake)
  • FA Emergency First Aid (or willing to undertake)
  • Enhanced DBS check (or willing to undertake)

Personal Qualities:

  • An approachable manner towards players of varying age/experience
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • A passion for improving players and championing development both on the pitch and off it as athletes and people!

To apply for the position, please send your CV and any additional information/material you wish to include to

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