Charlotte Webb formerly played for Cybi Women and Amlwch Town, but since injuries curtailed her football career she has been joint-manager of Amlwch, who are top of North Wales League Division Two.
She also has a lot of other very interesting hobbies in her busy life.
Charlotte Bethany Webb
Date of Birth
First football memory
I can’t pinpoint a particular memory in terms of when I started playing. I always had a kick around with my brothers growing up, but I do remember watching the women’s FA Cup Final in 2006 (Arsenal v Leeds United, Arsenal won 5-0) and thinking, I want that to be me one day (never happened but one could dream) 😂
Kelly Smith! Just wow. She went through similar injuries to me and she got through them stronger, and she was just a phenomenal player to watch!
Started as a goalie for my brothers, played striker for my youth football teams, a winger at the start of my women’s football career and then finished it off as left-back which was probably my best position!
Most memorable game played in
In terms of playing, I would say the Jersey Island Games 2015 for Ynys Mon was incredible! Playing against Gibraltar at the Springfield Stadium was great.
As a manager/coach now, it’s definitely a tie between the Supplementary Cup final for Amlwch v Wrexham at Rhyl, and the final of the Inter-Games women’s football, Ynys Mon versus Isle of Man at Hotspur stadium. The crowds on both occasions was phenomenal!
Biggest highlight of football career
Being a manager of Amlwch winning the Supplementary Cup and being on the coaching staff for the Island Games Squad for Gotland/Ynys Mon. I can’t pick.
Best goal scored
It was playing for Amlwch 2014/15 season. We were playing Northrop Hall away, we had a throw in on the halfway line. I got the ball, controlled and lobbed it into the goal from there. We lost the game but the goal was alright 🙂
Strengths to your game
I was fast and i could read the game pretty well.
Injury Prone 🙄
Best team-mate played alongside
Hardest opponent faced
Gail Naylor is up there for sure
Biggest influence in football
My mum and dad always supported me playing from a young age, and when I got injured they encouraged me to get back into it and when my career ended through injury they insisted that I carry on with coaching even though at the time I didn’t want anything to do with football and I’ll be forever grateful for that.
Kelly Smith I already mentioned inspired me a whole lot too.
Best player you have coached/managed
Having the opportunity to manage every single one of my players has been amazing but Catrin Bach (Catrin Evans) is a phenomenal young player. I can’t not mention how much of a pleasure it is to coach her!
Favourite away ground
Always enjoyed Buckley’s ground
Other sporting achievements
I was selected to play rugby for North Wales youth teams.
I was a member of the Young Ambassador Steering Group for Wales.
Hopes and ambitions for Amlwch Town Ladies
To win the league and develop as a team, competing against the bigger squads.
Best country visited
Boston, America 🇺🇸
Best film seen
The Blindside with Sandra Bullock… in fact anything with Sandy B 🤷🏼♀️
Current favourite song
“There Was This Girl” – Riley Green
Are you typical of your zodiac sign?
Yes for the most part.
Favourite TV show
Does Harry Potter count? Urmm The Bill is a classic! And Once Upon a Time
TV show you dislike most
TOWIE, Love Island.. literally any of that reality TV crap..
Best quality as a person
I’m loyal and easy to get along with.
I ramble sometimes about unnecessary stuff and I don’t say no as much as I should 🤦🏼♀️
Best live show/concert seen
WICKED The Musical! Amazing!
Favourite female footballer
Tell us something about you we might not know
I’m obsessed with Harry Potter? Of course everyone already knows that.
I can draw.. I like to draw in my very limited free time and I actually drew a picture of the actress Lana Parrilla and she actually signed it when I met her at a comic con convention last year. That’s cool.
Also, I collect 50p’s and I have a nut allergy.