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Estepona Sports Club has added Norweigan Jeremy Meyer to its front office staff, named as the Coordinator, the Club has announced.
After serving as Director of Operations for Women's Premier Soccer League (WPSL) side FRAM AJAX WOMEN in Palos Verde Estates, CA, United States, as well as the senior game day operations manager of the National Independent Soccer Association (NISA) California United Strikers FC as well as the League Liaison for the USL Championship assigned to the Los Angeles Salsa SC (WPSL)
As Coordinator of Women's Football, Meyer will head all operations related to Estepona Sports Club Women - both front office and non technical - and will report directly to President Lina Rivas. As part of the Club's increased investment in its Estepona Women's Football operations, Meyer will also be responsible for taking the team and it's brand International.
"When we decided to invest in this position, we knew we wanted to bring in someone who not only has a strong understanding of the current landscape of women's football but someone who has a proven record of building exciting, successful clubs and we couldn't think of a more perfect fit than Jeremy," Lucas Cazorla Sports Director said. "We have been working closely with Jeremy for over a year and have seen all that he has been able to accomplish, from his days with California United Strikers FC, Los Angeles Salsa to his most recent time with the USL Championship. We are so excited that he has chosen to come to Estepona Sports Club after spending time with another club and that he shares our vision of the potential of women's football here in Estepona and wants to be a part of building the future of the game as a member of the Estepona Sports Club.
"As this position came into the Club's plans, and as I learned more about the broader goals of the collective organization, it was clear to me that the club is prepared to invest deeply in the women's game, and in the squad specifically. This investment, combined with the chance to work with Estepona's leadership, a world-class roster, and intensely passionate fans, made the decision to come to Estepona one of tremendous excitement and an immense honor."
The Kristiansand,Norway native, Meyer, 37, joined the American based WPSL´s Los Angeles Salsa Women's Soccer Club, Meyer helped guide the club to its historic inaugural season, with continued growth in attendance, engagement, and stability, as the Women's Premier Soccer League builds on its title as the longest running women's professional league in the United States.
Prior to that Meyer, served as the league match observer/Liaison officer with the USL Championship attached to one of the league's biggest teams and markets in the Los Angeles Galaxy II.
Meyer's hiring signifies yet another commitment from the Club in the long term growth and stability of women's football as a whole.
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