Katrina Neuss, one of the most highly qualified female coaches in the ACT, was inducted into the Capital Football Hall of Fame in 2012.
Katrina Neuss has been involved in football in the ACT since moving to Canberra when she was 17. Katrina began playing and coaching in the ACT in 1987 and holds both ACT and Australian honours as a player and a coach.
She has contributed to the development of football in the ACT region in a variety of roles including player, manager, assistant coach, head coach and director of coaching of various football clubs and representative teams, including men, women, youth and juniors.
Katrina has coached at the National Representative, State and Australian level and she is the first ACT coach (male or female) to win back-to-back National Championships. In 2004, she was the assistant coach of the Canberra Eclipse.
Katrina, who was also a recipient of the ACT High Performance Women’s Coaching Scholarship, is one of the most highly qualified female coaches in the ACT and her passion for football has inspired many young female players to continue playing football.
In 2012, she was inducted into Capital Football’s Hall of Fame.