Rebekah Stott as Junior Female Technical Director

Rebekah is a New Zealand international and Melbourne City star who brings a wealth of experience both on and off the park to our junior girls’ development program. Currently undertaking her UEFA B Coaching License, Stott has over 80 caps for New Zealand and played professionally in the US, Germany, Norway and most recently English Premier League for Brighton and Hove Albion.



Twice New Zealand Player of the Year and Olympian, Rebekah has played in two FIFA Women’s World Cups and is a five-time A-League Women’s Champion.


Her passion is inspiring and developing the next generation of female footballers and she has coached at Elite Female Football for the past three years. Her achievements off the pitch are remarkable having overcome a recent cancer diagnosis and treatment. Her story is an inspiration to others experiencing similar issues and to understand more follow @beatitbystotty. “Stotty” is excited to be joining Beaumaris and can’t wait to work alongside our coaches and help grow the women’s game.


Joe Mottola President of BSC said ”We are honoured to have Rebekah join Beauy to work with us on developing our junior girls. Rebekah has had a very challenging year and has overcome a significant hurdle for her to want to give back to her community is testament to her passion for female football. Her drive to win both on and off the field is infectious. We are all excited to see Australia and New Zealand host the FIFA Women’s World Cup in 2023, and Rebekah pulling on the Kiwi shirt at the opening game at Eden Park will be something very special. As a club we want to offer our members the best possible opportunities for development. We have some of the best facilities in Melbourne, our new club rooms are taking shape and will be ready for the 2022 season. Rebekah joining us and mentoring our junior girls is the icing on the cake. - We have a saying at Beauy “that anyone can be a Matilda”, but we are going to have to change that to add and a Football Fern.