Ange Gouvielos is the beating heart of the Uni SA FC soccer club! She has been with the club for 6 years and has been in the presidents role for 2 years and always strives to improve our club. She has a great passion for the game of football (soccer) and in a short amount of time has turned Uni SA FC from just a team into a club and has grown a big football family. Ange has impacted on the club in a massive way, by helping the club in developing a fantastic strategic pathway in growing the club and the sport of soccer, especially for girls and women. She plays a big part in recruiting which has this year seen our club with more than one team. She embodies the spirit of the club, encourages all club members to contribute, and promotes inclusive practices.

Rain, hail or shine Ange is always the first one at training sessions or matches setting up, and always the last to leave. Behind the scenes, she leads the committee with enthusiasm in decision making and clear direction for the better of our club. She shapes the direction and values of our club by bringing a unique and joined perspective of what the club means to all of the members. She puts all the hard work, time and dedication to keep the club going through organising registrations, uniforms, equipment, social events, fundraisers, social media, sponsorships and successful grant applications. She even occasionally steps in as coach for training sessions at times where coaches are absent and they are always fun but hard working sessions. Not only does Ange manage our club and teams for winter season, but also manages our teams for university games, and summer 7-a-side seasons, all whilst studying at university and working as well! Although her work for our club never ends, she puts in an amazing amount of commitment and works tirelessly to ensure a smooth running of the club from every aspect. Ange is the volunteer of the year and the beating heart of our club!




  • Joe says,

    "She's nice"

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