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Natasha Dowie, Honoured as Liverpool FC’s First Official Women’s Ambassador

Natasha Dowie, Liverpool FC Women’s all-time leading goal scorer, was honored with a uniquely crafted Liver bird statue to commemorate her appointment as the club’s inaugural official women’s ambassador.

Having retired from professional football in September 2023, Dowie embraced her new position as the club’s first official women’s ambassador. In this role, she collaborates closely with the ProGame Academy for girls, the boys’ Academy, and the LFC Foundation girls’ programs, among other responsibilities. Dowie, who scored an unparalleled 47 goals for the Reds in two stints, also secured two Women’s Super League titles during her tenure. Her contributions were celebrated during the WSL Merseyside derby at Anfield earlier in the season with a mosaic tribute and a guard of honor.

Natasha Dowie’s new role as the club’s first official women’s ambassador was celebrated with a special presentation 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 officially acknowledge and celebrate her significant position within Liverpool FC.

Expressing her gratitude, Natasha Dowie said, “This presentation encapsulates the uniqueness of the club. Receiving this beautiful Liver bird from LFC is a tremendous honor. The Liver bird symbolizes the city of Liverpool, and that holds great significance. The first six months in my new ambassador role have been incredible. I’ve cherished every moment, understanding the dedication it takes to run a football club, meeting new faces weekly, and building strong relationships and friendships.”

Natasha Dowie expressed her delight, saying, “I’ve relished traveling and connecting with our passionate international supporters, regardless of the distance from Liverpool. Additionally, supporting the Academies from a coaching perspective has been a rewarding experience. I eagerly anticipate what the future holds.”

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