|Full name||Nicola Williams|
|Date of birth||4 June 1982|
|Place of birth||Lancaster, England|
|2003–2010||Lynwood Senior High|
|2007–2008,2010||WA U17 Girls|
|2010–||WA U19 State School Girls Soccer|
|2007–2009||Football West NTC|
|2008–2009||Perth Glory Women|
|2010||Australian Girls U14 (Assistant)|
|2011||Australian Girls U13|
|–||Australia women's U-20 (Assistant)|
|–||Football West NTC 17 Head Coach|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 19 February 2009.
† Appearances (Goals).
Williams played for the Western Waves during their primary seasons (3) in the Australian Women's National Soccer League.
She holds an Asian Football Confederation A coaching accreditation. She was Head Coach of Australian W-League team Perth Glory in their 2008-2009 inaugural season. Currently Nicola is the assistant coach of the National Young Matildas U20 team following her role as the head coach of the Australian Girls U13 team in 2010. Nicola Williams received an inaugural Elite Coaching Scholarship from FFA  and presented her report at the 2010 FFA National Coaching Conference.
- News Display - Nicola Williams named as Glory W-League coach
- "Williams the top woman for Glory". Football West. 2008-09-05. Retrieved 2009-02-19.[dead link]
- "Coach & Staff Profile - Nicola Williams". Perth Glory FC. Retrieved 2009-02-19.
- Oxtoby the most Glorious
- WA Girls Excel in National Championships
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