Profile Of Nora Hauptle, Coach Of Ghana Black Queens

Profile Of Nora Hauptle, Coach Of Ghana Black Queens

Nora Hauptle is a football manager currently managing the Black Queens of Ghana. Her performance so far with the team has been magical and perfect. Let’s take a look at her profile.


She was born on 9th September, 1983. She is 40 years old.


She was born in Horn, a town in Switzerland


Nora Hauptle has coached several national teams in her career.
She was assigned as the coach for the U-14 and U-15 boys’ teams and an athletic coach for the U-12 to U-18 boys’ teams from 2009 to 2012 at FC Thun

In July 2015, she was appointed as the head of Swiss U-19 women’s team where she led team to the semi-finals of the 2016 UEFA Women’s Under-19 Championship

On August 24, 2020, she took over the coaching position at SC Sand in the Frauen-Bundesliga. She was the only female coach in the Bundesliga at the time.

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On 1 November 2021, Nora Hauptle took up the position as Israel women’s national coach and first-ever technical director of women’s football in Israel. She later resigned from this post at the end of January for personal reasons


On 5 January 2023, the Ghana Football Association announced the appointment of Nora Hauptle as the manager of the Ghana women’s national team, replacing Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo. Before that, she was the technical advisor for the U-20 women’s team.

As a manager, she won the Swiss Olympic Youth team Coach Award in 2016

She has managed the Black Queens for 5 games and has won all. The team is yet to concede a goal.

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Just recently, Black Queens beat Rwanda by 5 goals to 0 at the Accra Sports Stadium, resulting in an impressive 12-0 aggregate score.

Following this outstanding performance, Ghana is set to face Namibia in the upcoming last round of qualifiers scheduled for November.

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