Female Football Focus 2020: Natalie Harrison (Rhyl)

Natalie Harrison (left) in action for Rhyl against Bethesda. Picture: Phil Williams

Full Name

Natalie Harrison

Date of Birth


First football memory

Playing football in garden with my brother

Football idol

Michael Owen, speedy on the shoulder of last defender and always popping up with a goal or 2!



Most memorable game played in

Playing against Papua New Guinea in the Oceana Cup in Auckland

Biggest highlight of football career so far

Experience of playing in New Zealand & U.K. Learning the different styles of play both in tactics and technical ability

Representative football played

North Wales

Strengths to your game

Speed, eye for goal & team player



Best team-mate played alongside

Natalie Harrison (right) with Ceri Purvis (furthest left) and team-mate Joy Jamieson

Emma Fisher or Ceri Purvis

Hardest opponent faced

East coast bays in Auckland

Biggest influence in football

My brother who’s a professional sportsman & never let me win.

Rhyl Ladies line-up with Natalie (back row – furthest right in white shirt) next to Ceri Purvis. Picture: @FootyRhyl Twitter account

Funniest team-mate

Amy Woodbridge

Which team-mate is the best dancer


Favourite away ground

Anything 3G

Personal football ambitions

Keep fit & injury-free. Play for as long as possible.

Best country visited

Rarotonga in the Pacific Islands

Favourite chocolate

I love a finger of Fudge

Best film seen


Current favourite song

Red Light Spells Danger – Billy Ocean

Are you typical of your zodiac sign

Scorpio and yes

Favourite TV show

Coronation Street

Actress Sue Nicholls cuts a ribbon with cast members to open the Coronation Street set on November 29, 2013 in Manchester. (Photo by Richard Martin-Roberts/Getty Images)

TV show you dislike most


Best quality as a person


Worst fault

I get Hangry

Best live show/concert seen

I’m hoping Queen when I watch them soon 😆

Favourite female footballer

Ceri Purvis – Her calm & collected football style.

Tell us something about you we might not know

My great grandad played for Newton Heath (Manchester United).

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