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First Team Manager Vacancy

Woodbridge Town Football Club is inviting applications for the position of First Team Manager

- One Club – Our Club -

Woodbridge Town are a community focused club, with a structure and philosophy committed to progressing youth talent through to first team football. Our club has large ambitions, with step-4 football, a new academy and potential ground move, all in our future plans.

Expectations and overview:

  • Exceptional knowledge of non-league football

  • A proven track record of securing results on the field and developing a team to play attractive, rewarding football

  • Experience in player development, with a focus on talent development from our exemplary youth set-up.

  • A proven ability to identify, recruit and attract talent.

  • Ability to work well across our senior football teams, including with our head of football development, U18s and Reserves management teams.

  • A proven ability to successfully analyse team and player performance

  • Attainment of UEFA B coaching badge preferred

  • Sound understanding of expenditure controls and success in managing a playing budget

  • Outstanding leadership qualities and an excellent communicator

  • A commitment to the values of our football club

Applications for this position must be submitted via email to and include a CV and covering letter demonstrating how your experience and skills meet the club’s criteria.

Closing date for applications Friday 17th December

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