Positions: Goal Keeper, Goal Defence, Wing Defence
Date and Place of Birth: 1 January 1988, Birmingham, UK
Coached by: Jess Thirlby
Date Arrived at Team Bath: 2005
Course of Study: Graduated in 2009 with a BSc in Sports Performance
Length of Course: 3 years
Occupation: PR and Marketing
Clubs: Team Bath, Canterbury Tactix
Stacey was part of every Team Bath Superleague title-winning side (2006, 2007, 2009, 2010 and 2013). She joined the squad in 2005 and was Team Bath’s longest-serving player before she joined Yorkshire Jets in 2015. Back in 2006 she was the youngest member of the squad to win the inaugural competition when just 17.
Known for her athleticism, the explosive defender continues to sparkle on the international scene. Away from the court she continues to develop a career path in PR working for Criteo as an Advisor.
Stacey was named national Superleague Player of the Year for the 2011 and 2013 season.
Stacey has a degree in Sports Performance from the University of Bath. She attained her first senior international cap a year after being in the squad on 1 September 2010 in Jamaica and has since gone to amass multiple England caps.
Her father, Kevin, is a former professional footballer who played for Birmingham City, Derby County, Exeter City, Hull City, Oxford United and Stockport County.
Selected to represent England at Commonwealth Games, Glasgow, 2014
Champions – ZEO Netball Superleague, Team Bath, Worcester, May 2013
Bronze – Commonwealth Games, Delhi, India, 2010
Selected to represent England at Commonwealth Games, Delhi, India, 2010