Globally, except for a few women-dominated sports, most coaches are men. This critique is also relevant in coach education (CE), in which the educator and participant populations are predominantly male. This chapter considers how university CE and coach educators produce, maintain, and disrupt gender inequalities. It presents actionable recommendations to support universities and other institutions providing CE, in developing gender-equitable education. The chapter outlines existing literature on CE and the role of coach educators and then presents the university CE contexts. It then describes how the authors created and analysed the vignette and sketch Risman’s “gender structure theory”. After presenting the effects gender structures have on CE and CE programmes, curriculum content and delivery, and how these may be disrupted, the chapter concludes with actionable recommendations to develop gender-equitable education.