- Molly O’Callaghan, a 19-year-old swimmer from Australia, etched her name in the annals of swimming history with a remarkable performance in the Women’s 200m Freestyle event
- Akshay Bhatia, 21, Wins his First PGA Tour Title at the Barracuda Championship
- Bruno Fernandes Replaces Harry Maguire as New Man Utd Captain
- Lionel Messi Surprises Teammate in group chat ahead of Grand Unveiling
- Man Utd Sign Keeper Andre Onana from Inter
Dowie: Liverpool Women’s Ambassador
- Updated: February 2, 2024
Liverpool FC proudly honors Natasha Dowie, the Women’s record goalscorer, as the club’s inaugural official women’s ambassador. In recognition of her remarkable contributions and achievements, Dowie was presented with a specially commissioned handmade Liver bird statue, symbolizing her new role within the club.
Natasha Dowie, having announced her retirement from professional football in September 2023, embraced the newly created ambassadorial position. In her capacity, she collaborates closely with the girls’ ProGame Academy, boys’ Academy, and the LFC Foundation girls’ programs, showcasing her commitment to fostering the development of young talent.
Dowie’s impact on the pitch is undeniable, having scored an unparalleled total of 47 goals for Liverpool FC across two spells. Her time at the club was also marked by lifting the Women’s Super League trophy twice, adding to her illustrious career. Recognition for her outstanding achievements came in the form of a mosaic tribute and guard of honour during the WSL Merseyside derby at Anfield earlier in the season.
Six months into her ambassadorial role, a special presentation unfolded ahead of the men’s fixture against Chelsea on Wednesday night. Mike Cox, senior vice-president of merchandising, and Susan Black, communications director and executive director of LFC Women, joined Dowie pitchside to officiate the presentation on behalf of Liverpool FC.
Expressing her gratitude, Dowie remarked, “This presentation sums up the club and how unique it is. It’s such an honor to receive this beautiful Liver bird from LFC. The Liver bird represents the city of Liverpool, and that means a lot.” Reflecting on her initial six months in the ambassador role, she highlighted the joy of understanding the intricate workings of a football club, building relationships, and witnessing the passion of international supporters.
Dowie’s ambassadorial role extends beyond the ceremonial aspects, involving active support for the club’s Academies and engaging with global supporters. Her experiences parallel those of esteemed club legends like Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher, both recipients of the bespoke Liver bird from the club’s merchandising team.
As Liverpool FC Women gear up to face Tottenham Hotspur at Prenton Park on Sunday in a 2 pm GMT kick-off, Dowie’s influence as an ambassador amplifies the significance of the occasion. The upcoming fixtures against West Ham United, Manchester City, Chelsea, and Manchester United further underscore the importance of her role in connecting with fans and contributing to the club’s ongoing success.
In conclusion, Natasha Dowie’s appointment as Liverpool FC’s first official women’s ambassador is a fitting tribute to her extraordinary career and commitment to the club. The bespoke Liver bird statue symbolizes not just her individual achievements but also the club’s acknowledgment of the invaluable role women play in football. As Dowie continues to make strides in her ambassadorial role, Liverpool FC can look forward to a future where her influence leaves an enduring impact on the club and the broader football community.
For More Related Updates Please Visit Our Official Website
By- Sahiba Suri