Marieanne Spacey-Cale Feed
Uncharted Two: Episode One
Southampton FC Women take their first steps in the Championship.
Video: Spacey-Cale on Lewes comeback
Marieanne Spacey-Cale reflects on her side securing Saints' first ever Barclays Women's Championship point.
Video: Spacey-Cale on opening day defeat
Women's Head Coach Marieanne Spacey-Cale talks through take-aways from her side's debut performance in the Barclays Women's Championship.
Spacey-Cale reflects on Women's pre-season
Women's Head Coach talks through preparations ahead of Saturday's opener.
Video: Spacey-Cale previews Championship kick-off
A look ahead to Charlton Athletic's arrival at St Mary's on Saturday.
Video: Spacey-Cale on Women's pre-season conclusion
Marieanne Spacey-Cale reflects on a hard-fought performance against WSL's Leicester City, and looks ahead to the season kick-off.
Video: Spacey-Cale previews new season
Women's Manager Marieanne Spacey-Cale talks all things 2022/23 season.
Women’s team scoop WNL awards
Southampton FC Women collect seven awards from the FA WNL
Video: Spacey-Cale on promotion
Marieanne Spacey-Cale reflects on her side's victorious play-off
Spacey-Cale: It's going to be competitive
A look ahead to the Championship Play-Off with the Southampton FC Women's Manager.
Video: Spacey-Cale on play-off hopes
Marieanne Spacey-Cale previews Saturday's play-off.
Spacey-Cale named WFM's Manager of the Season
Spacey-Cale tops National League category.
Spacey-Cale wins Manager of the Month
Saints boss wins April's award after securing double.
Video: Spacey-Cale on resilient Saints display
The boss reflects on Saints' midweek draw.
Video: Spacey-Cale on securing the double
The manager's thoughts following a successful week.
Video: Spacey-Cale on special night
Full reaction to the title win at St Mary's.
Video: Spacey-Cale on emphatic Keynsham win
The boss reflects on a dazzling Saints performance.
Video: Spacey-Cale dissects big win
Marieanne Spacey-Cale reacts to her side's win over Hounslow.
Video: Spacey-Cale on determined performance
Marieanne Spacey-Cale reacts to Ipswich win.
Video: Spacey-Cale on tough challenge
Full reaction to the win over Crawley Wasps
Video: Spacey-Cale on away victory
The manager's full-time assessment.
Marieanne Spacey-Cale BiographyLast updated 15 Aug 2022
Former clubs: HJK Helsinki, Friends of Fulham, Arsenal, Fulham
Southampton FC's head of Girls and Women's football Marieanne Spacey-Cale is one of the biggest names of the women's game.
Starting out with the British Oxygen's women's team at the age of 13 in 1979 she signed for Friends of Fulham followed by a spell in Finland with HJK Helsinki in 1989.
Her return to Friends of Fulham, which later became known as Wimbledon Ladies, saw her score 12 goals in the first give games of the 1991/92 season.
After spending two seasons back at her former club she signed for Arsenal Ladies, with whom she spent eight seasons playing for.
Spacey-Cale enjoyed a fruitful spell at the Gunners playing as a deep-lying forward player, described by manager Vic Akers as "one of the most feared forwards in the game."
In 2002 she signed for Fulham, winning a domestic treble during the 2002/03 season and retiring from playing with the club in 2005.
Alongside a successful club career was an impressive career with England's Lionesses, capped 91 times and scoring 28 goals between the years of 1984 and 2001.
She retired after the UEFA Women's Euro 2001, aged 36, with two Mundialito tournament wins, a Wembley Stadium goal and an England hat-trick to her name.
Spacey-Cale continued her affiliation with England by coaching Under-16, Under-17 and Under-19 age groups, as well as working in the coaching departments of Arsenal and Charlton Athletic.
Following being appointed girls and women's football development officer at the Worcestershire FA, Mark Sampson appointed her as his assistant in December 2013, helping the Lionesses to a third placed finish at the Canada World Cup in 2015.
Two years later, Spacey-Cale lead her England Under-23s team to Nordic tournament victory in Sweden, beating Norway 2-0 in the final match.
In July 2018 she was announced as the head of the girls and women's department at Saints, winning the double in her first season in charge as head coach.