Stacey Copeland Boxer

Stacey Copeland, Commonwealth Fight

Stacey Copeland has represented her country in both football and boxing. In 2018 she made history when she became the first ever British woman to win the Commonwealth title.

As a footballer she represented England under 18s, played in the women’s premier league in the UK for Manchester City, Doncaster Belles, and Tranmere Rovers, and played abroad for SEU and the Fort Worth Panthers in Texas, USA and for Vasalunds FC in Stockholm, Sweden.

Since retiring Stacey is now a freelance broadcaster, presenter and commentator with the BBC and FightZone TV, she has also worked with Sky Sports. An experienced public speaker, Stacey has delivered two TED talks, spoken at large companies as well as schools, prisons, and community groups, she has also given talks at European Parliament in Brussels and the United Nations in Geneva.

Stacey founded the Pave The Way charity which aims to challenge gender stereotypes for girls, boys, men and women. Watch the official launch video and find out more here: www.pavethewaycharity.com

Stacey is deeply passionate about making a positive impact through sport and in 2017 she founded the Pave The Way project to challenge gender stereotypes, spark social change and make a difference.

Stacey is an experienced public speaker and has delivered talks in hundreds of schools, communities, businesses, and last year spoke at European Parliament and the United Nations about women in sport.

Click here for Stacey's latest blog.


Women's Sports Trust UNLOCKED campaign.

Watch Stacey's spoken word poem 'This is Our Time' for the Women's Sports Trust UNLOCKED campaign launch video.

Click here listen to Stacey's spoken word poem 'This is Our Time'

For enquiries please contact stacey@stacey-copeland.co.uk

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