These are the people that are behind the day to day running of the club, they are crucial to Loughborough Foxes’ success on the pitch!

Máire Feeley
Welfare Officer

Loughborough Foxes is to ensure the club fulfils its Duty of Care.  We have a duty to ensure the safety and welfare of the children at all times and to help make football at Foxes an enjoyable, safe and fulfilling activity.  

I started at Foxes as a parent supporter both at training and weekend matches. In more recent years I had more time to spare and wished to give something back to the club.

Steve Wilkinson
Director of Football

Oversee the day to day running of the club through a variety of smaller roles, that includes recruitment at the junior level, welfare support across the whole club, funding application, senior teams secretarial responsibilities and liaising with key partners.

I joined Foxes in 2000 when they were Shepshed Foxes

Harriet Simes
Club Secretary

I plan and organise regular club committee meetings. This involves collating meetings minutes and distributing across the committee accordingly. Where appropriate, I also advise on club matters to help with the smooth running of the club.  

I have played for Foxes for the past 9 years. During the 2018/19 season, I was put forward to become player representation on the committee. Following this, I was asked to become club secretary. 

Chris Myatt

Report on the Club finances, authorising payments and recording subs payments.

I first got involved with Foxes in 2011 when my daughter started playing

Leandra Whelband
Junior Development Officer

I look after the Wildcats programme and help to drive forward the junior section of the club. Working with schools and community partners to increase the profile of our club and increase that participation of girls football.

I have been a player at Foxes since 2003 and been volunteering since 2008

Liv Bramley
Media, Comms and Mental Health Coordinator

Oversee the media and sponsorship responsibilities through a variety of means. Recently taken on the role of Mental Health Coordinator, implementing a club mental health action plan and running player and coaches workshops.

I first joined as a player in 2015 and then became a player rep. Despite moving to Australia I can’t let go of being involved in such a great club!

Andrew Miller
Junior Team Secretary

I help coordinate all the junior games, I work with Woodbrook Vale School to ensure we can use their pitches.

I got involved with Foxes when my daughter started playing in 2011 and I have been involved ever since.