Lucy Ward (born 15 April 1974) is a retired English female football forward. She spent most of her senior career with Leeds Carnegie and was also head of education and welfare at the boys academy for Leeds United, until being sacked by the club. She represented England at Under-21 level.

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  • Lucy Ward (born 15 April 1974) is a retired English female football forward. She spent most of her senior career with Leeds Carnegie and was also head of education and welfare at the boys academy for Leeds United, until being sacked by the club. She represented England at Under-21 level. (en)
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  • Lucy Ward (born 15 April 1974) is a retired English female football forward. She spent most of her senior career with Leeds Carnegie and was also head of education and welfare at the boys academy for Leeds United, until being sacked by the club. She represented England at Under-21 level. (en)
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