Take a look at what Stephanie Seer has done for her club
Mums up and down Wales are doing amazing things for Welsh football.
One who has done more than most is reigning Welsh Football Mum of the Year Stephanie Seer.
The football coach, turned administrator, turned fundraiser, has played a key role in the development of her son’s Villa Dino’s U10s team, which she also coaches.
She also threw her energy into setting up an U7s team at the ambitious Newport based club.
As a fundraiser, super-mum Stephanie has drummed up more than £3,000 for the club she loves and as a coach, she’s completed her Football Leaders Award and FAW C Certificate.
Confident that she has left the U7 team in good hands, Stephanie now focuses on the boys and girls under 16s, who won their league undefeated last season.
Moments after accepting her award, at the Cardiff City Stadium, she said: "Something like a team could fold so easily and it only takes a mum, a dad or anybody just to say ‘I’ll help’.
“I didn’t know anything about football, at all. I was that parent! Now I absolutely love it and I would encourage any mum, dad, auntie or grandparent to get involved.
“You don’t need to know everything about football. That will come in time. Just get involved.”
Stephanie is very passionate about getting more girls involved in football and continues to be a great asset in her community and within grassroots football.
Do you know a mum like Stephanie, who deserves and award? Click here to nominate her
Nominations for the McDonald’s Football Mum of the Year Award close on Sunday 30th April