Senior Coach Developer Tom Hartley speaks to Katayoun Khosrowyar about her inspiring journey into coaching and empowering women through sport. Katayoun, or Kat as she is better known, is an Iranian-American football coach and former head coach of Iran's U19 women's football team. She was the first Iranian woman to carry a FIFA ‘A’ coaching licence and in 2018 won the Women's Soccer United Coach Award for her outstanding work in Iranian women's football. Whatever your role, if you're helping people to be active and improve, we're here for you. Visit UKCoaching.org to grow your coaching skills and be part of the community.
Ep 124: Body image issues, happy sports stories, interview w/ Iranian WNT coach Katayoun Khosrowyar
Burn It All Down
In this episode, Lindsay, Shireen, and Amira talk about the FIBA World Cup (2:25); body image issues for women in sports (6:07); and sports stories that are making us happy, for a change (23:40). Then Shireen interviews Iranian national women's team coach, the Persian football legend Katayoun Khosrowyar (35:32). Then, of course, there's the Burn Pile (50:48), BAWOTW (1:00:32), and what's good. Lindsay's audio is a bit wonky this week, we apologize for the issue, it will be fixed by next week! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On Frame with D.J. Switzer and Katayoun Khosrowyar
Join Glenn Crooks as he tells you about the new forward for New York City FC, Héber plus D.J. Switzer describes the fandamonium at FC Cincinnati and the U19 women's national team coach for Iran shares her amazing story.
In a country where just a short decade ago no women were allowed to play the beautiful game, Katayoun Khosrowyar (Kat) an Iranian American has made great strides in the progress for women playing soccer in Iran. An inspiring thing to see, and further proof that soccer knows no bounds.