Fiona McIntyre new Scottish FA Head of Girls’ and Women’s Football

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Scottish Women’s Football Executive Officer, Fiona McIntyre, is leaving to become the Scottish FA Head of Girls’ and Women’s Football starting 15 March.

SWF chair, Vivienne MacLaren, said: “Since Fiona joined us as Executive Officer in 2017 (and was a Board member from 2014), we have worked together to achieve unparalleled success and growth of the girls’ and women’s game. She certainly leaves SWF in one of the strongest positions it has ever been in.

“Having led the Strategic Review of Girls’ and Women’s Football and given her experience within the game, we have no doubt that Fiona will continue to drive the development of the girls’ and women’s game in her new role. SWF and the Scottish FA have a close working relationship, and with Fiona’s appointment, we believe this relationship will be further strengthened to support the needs of the whole game.”

Fiona McIntyre said: “I am incredibly proud to have led the SWF team over the past four years in what has been an exceptional period of growth and development for girls’ and women’s football in Scotland. SWF has been a huge part of my professional life and I would like to pay special tribute to the staff and the Board for their dedication, drive and support throughout my time there.

“The opportunity to lead on the delivery of the girls and women’s strategy is one I am extremely passionate about and I am excited to embark on this new chapter at the Scottish FA.”

Fiona’s role will be replaced by a new Chief Executive Officer. Details of the role and recruitment process are avaiable on the SWF website.

“We are in a strong position as an organisation” said Vivienne. “Our focus now is on appointing a new CEO who can build on the success that the organisation has achieved in the last few years. This is an exciting opportunity to join a fast growing and forward-thinking organisation. We’re looking for an individual who shares our values, has significant experience within football or sport, is commercially driven and has a passion for equality within Scottish football.”

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