Alicia Marshall-Kujawksi

Coach of 05, 06, 08, and 10 Age groups


Alicia was born in Phoenix, AZ in January of 1988 before moving to Texarkana, Texas. Alicia is one of 6 daughters of Paul and Nancy Marshall which she states she owes a lot of her success to in the opportunities they gave her. She was married in August of 2015 in Vail, Colorado to her husband Douglas Kujawski and resides in Frisco, TX.

Alicia started playing soccer at the later age of 8 and quickly excelled into traveling to fulfill her passion. Her parents drove her 1 1/2-3 1/2 hours 3 to 4 times a week to give her the opportunity to excel in the sport she loved. She traveled to Longview, TX, Tyler, TX, Little Rock, AR and Dallas, TX playing for different clubs, but finishing her club career with the D'Feeters soccer club. She was an avid player in the Olympic Development Program in Arkansas and North Texas. She pursued her college career at LSU in Shreveport and Ouachita Baptist University where she received All-Conference awards and was on Dean's List all four years. She went on to play semi-professionally with the Dallas Premier and was chosen to be on the All-Big Sky Team in 2009 as one of three defenders and All-WPSL second team. They finished second in Long Island, NY in the final four tournament. Alicia was also invited to the national team combine in San Bernadino, California, but ended her career with a hip injury and continued her love of the sport in coaching. Her coaching career has been long starting at a young age coaching at camps and proceeded into the club career coaching with D'Feeters Soccer Club before coming to North Texas Celtic. She has been a part of the club for going on 6 years and has been a Technical Director and the Girls Academy Director along with a head coach in her time here. 

Currently, Alicia has 4 teams. Her '05 girls group is ranked top 10 in NTX and is ranked nationally in wins, goals scored, and in goals allowed. Her 3 other teams are excelling with her 06s and 10s being undefeated and 08 group with only one loss with few games left in their season. She feels her goal as a coach is not only to teach technique and tactics at the highest level, but in teaching kids about character, accountability, dedication and hard work not only on the field but off the field as well in life as well.