Tracey Neville MBE

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  • Former head coach of England Netball team

  • Led England Netball team to Commonwealth gold on the Gold Coast in 2018

  • 81 caps England Netball team

  • Bronze medalist, 1998 Commonwealth Games

  • Appointed MBE in 2016 for services to netball

Tracey is the current head coach of the England national netball team (The Roses) and was instrumental in the team winning their first Commonwealth gold medal on the Gold Coast in 2018.

Tracey won 81 caps for England in her own playing career from 1992-2008. Her best achievement in this time was undoubtedly winning England’s first netball medal at the Commonwealth Games in 1998 in Kuala Lumpur.

She began coaching in netball with Team Northumbria in 2011, before taking the director of netball job at Superleague club, Manchester Thunder.

After a successful interim period, Tracey was given the head coach job for the England national team in September 2015.

Tracey is the sister of Manchester United legend Gary Neville, and the twin sister of current England Lionesses boss Phil.

In 2016, Tracey was made an MBE in the New Year Honours list for services to netball.

Away from netball Tracey loves watching TV shows about serial killers.

Contact Tracey Neville’s agent: info@ttmanagement.co.uk

“I have known Jo through association for many years, through friends and having attended similar events. Since my dad passed away four years ago, I had no-one to support, advise me or put my best interests first.

“When I officially met Jo our relationship felt right. Her knowledge of women’s sport, netball and the media was outstanding and instantly I felt we had developed a trust on how we could work moving forwards.

“Tongue Tied Media have started to develop me as a person by guiding and supporting me through many experiences, especially public speaking, something I lacked confidence in before. They also show me how to balance and prioritise events in my life to ensure I get the best out of me as a person and my role with the ‘Roses’. All the team are professional and efficient, something that is crucial in my busy life.”