Rehanne Skinner was appointed Head Coach of Tottenham Hotspur Women in November, 2020.
Rehanne joined us from the Football Association where she was England Women's National Team Assistant Head Coach to Phil Neville since September, having initially joined them three years earlier as Women's National Head Coach (U18-U21s).
Prior to that, Rehanne held the position of Assistant Manager at Arsenal where she worked for three years alongside Laura Harvey during a highly successful period for the team from 2010, lifting two Women's Super League titles, two Conti Cups and one FA Cup, as well as reaching the UEFA Champions League semi-finals on two occasions.
Rehanne was also the Team Great Britain Assistant Coach to Kay Cossington at the World Student Games, winning the gold medal in 2013 before spending time overseas coaching in Florida. She returned to the UK in 2016 with the Wales Women’s National Team as Assistant Manager before taking up her role in 2017 with the FA, her second spell at the governing body having coached England national youth teams for seven years earlier in her career.
As a player, she represented Middlesbrough and Leicester City, working her way up the coaching ranks at the latter where she took on the roles of Girls Centre of Excellence Technical Director, Girls U19 Academy Director, Community Manager and Women's First Team Manager.