The Coaching staff at the Wembley Stallions is a developing group of enthusiastic, talented and dedicated individuals, Ongoing training and development courses help all coaches further their skills. The club is always looking for new people to join the staff.
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Assistant Head Coach
Head of Quality Assurance
QB: Warren Smart
WR: Andrew Kendall
TE: Luke Hextall
RB: Haidar Lapcha
OL: Jack Johnson
DB: Alex Brockhurst
LB: Mark Lawrence
DL: Will Downing
Women’s Head Coach
Warren Smart / Andrew Kendall
Women's Team Coaches
Youth / Junior Team
Youth Head Coach
Youth Assistant Coaches
Health and Safety*
Keisha Cameron, Vicky Stewart, Vikesh Lad and Genie Brown
Dr. Mehul Raithatha
Management and Administration
Claire West, Courtney Sutton & Dawn Hextall
Coaching & Volunteering for the Stallions
Coaching and staffing at the Stallions is a fun and exciting way to give to your community. The club would like to recruit all manner of people to be involved with the club. The long term plan is for there to be as many as 25 coaches. These can be experienced footballers or newcomers to the sport.
* Health and safety is paramount within the Stallions’ community. As such all of our coaching staff are BAFCA level 1 compliant.
At least 50% of the knowledge required to become BAFCA level 1 compliant is in health and safety. For both the players and coaches we insist that, before being involved in competition, they are aware of the correct techniques and therefore the safest techniques for playing and coaching.
The Wembley Stallions have medical team, and also employ a Concussion Officer who is an expert in concussion and most importantly concussion management.
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It’s all about getting the support team in place. We have a build it and they will come mentality, meaning that we concentrate on getting coaches and staff in place and if people want to play, we have a place for them to come. The list of staff required is long and varied.
~ Warren Smart (Head Coach of the Wembley Stallions) .
The coaches have an education and development process which is supported by BAFCA, the national body of coaching in the UK, USA Football, the American equivalent and Sports Coach UK, the national body of sports coaches.
Volunteers charged with running their own area can help spread the workload and integrate the club further into the community.
The sport of American Football needs coaches. At the Stallions we promote coaching development and it really doesn’t matter if you have no experience as a coach or if you have only coached other sports. Coach Smart manages a development programme and all coaches are members of The British American Football Coaches Association (BAFCA). We also utilise USA Football and CoachUK which are major coaching resources.
Fathers & Sons
Of course, it can be Mothers and Daughters, but you get the idea. Have you been looking for a way to keep that close bond with your child whilst watching them grow and get used to that big world outside? Why not come along and help? There are many ways in which your help can ensure your child grows and develops in a fun, safe and life enhancing environment. Run your own flag team with his friends, volunteer or even learn how to coach.