Nicole Allison Worcester City Womens FC



Nicole started out as a player, then coach and then transitioned into the business side of the game when she completed her MSc in Football Business. She has worked in the football industry for the last 10+ years, with clubs, leagues, players and sponsors and is heavily involved in football education and the development of women’s football across the globe.

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Steve Goode is a life-long Worcester City fan who has been Chair of Worcester City FC since 2018. Steve’s family has a close lineage with Worcester City as his father was Chair during one of the most successful periods in the men’s team’s history in the 70s and 80s. Over the years, he has devoted an incalculable amount of time raising the profile of the football club and fundraising for it and local causes close to the football club’s values.

Jo Knight Worcester City Womens Football Club



Having been a player since the age of 11 and played for several local teams including Kidderminster Harriers, Stourport Swifts and Cookley, Jo is passionate about developing women's football in the area and supporting the players throughout the club. Outside of football, Jo works at a school and is also a Forest School Leader, putting the welfare of younger people at the forefront of these organisations.

Anyone wishing to discuss Welfare and Safeguarding at WCWFC can contact Jo at




Ed joins the team as our sports therapist for the season. Ed recently graduated from University College Birmingham with a BSc (Hons) degree in sports therapy, where he experienced putting what he has learned into practice in a variety of clinical, and sports based settings. Having previously worked with Worcester City men’s 1st team for a season, under their physiotherapist, he has developed his knowledge and skillset, with now applying it in the women’s game. Player welfare is the forefront on what Ed believes in, with player rehabilitation being implemented correctly and efficiently, so they return to sport at an optimal level. While bringing in injury prevention strategies where required to reduce injury risks within the playing group, but assist in improving their performance on the pitch.

Pavel Casta Worcester City Womens Football Club



A MSc International Sports Management student at the University of Worcester, Pavel is very passionate about football, a sport which has been and still is a big part of his life for over 15 years. From the Czech Republic, he spent his football career in the Czech professional football club FC Vysocina Jihlava, where he went through their entire youth academy to the senior team.

Pavel also completed a bachelor's degree in Sports Management in Czech Republic and during his study he had a placement within the professional environment of the club and is using his skill sets and experience in the professional side of football to support the growth of Worcester City Women.




Born and bred in Worcester, Evie has grown up watching Worcester City FC. She is currently studying for a degree in Broadcast Journalism at the University of Salford, with her passion being interviewing people and writing articles. Sport is also a big focus for Evie, before taking up cycling as a hobby, she played for a local girls football team.