Soccer Resources for Players and Parents of Players

Watch, Develop, Play - Learn, Encourage, Support

SOCCER PLAYER RESOURCES

Watch, Develop, Play – Improve your game by:

  • Watching a soccer game in person.
  • Developing your skills at holiday soccer camps and clinics.
  • Playing soccer or futsal with Select and Tournament teams.

SOCCER PARENT RESOURCES

Learn, Encourage, Support – Help your child become a better soccer player by:

  • Learning more about teaching the game of soccer by becoming a licensed coach.
  • Encouraging them to become a better athlete.
  • Supporting them with equipment and services.

The Soccer Parent Resource Page has a series of links to help you become a better soccer parent.

Fernando helped prepare me for college soccer technically, physically and mentally. He makes it his primary goal to elevate his players' abilities to their maximum potential and prepare them for the next level of soccer.

- Logan Koch - Shippensburg University Men's Soccer

An hour training with Coach Fernando is like attending five regular team practices in terms of skill development. Highly recommended!

- Bill Herron -

Three of our children have trained under Fernando for years. He is a kind, caring and knowledgeable coach. He understands each of our kid's different personalities and pulls them out of their comfort zone to challenge them. Fernando's trainings are challenging, yet he makes them fun so that they look forward to their next session.

- Kristin Blenis -

Great coach and mentor!! Fernando has coached our daughter in ODP and given personal training for over 6 years. He has prepared Autumn mentally, physically and technically for the colligate level. Which has earned her a starting position as a freshman at Albright. Impeccable training, highly recommended.

- Donnie & Jen Bieber -

Fernando is an incredible coach and trainer. Our daughter Emma has been working with Fernando for the past 3 years. He has taught her incredible foot skills and control of ball.

- Sherry -

The training my daughter has received from Fernando Carrizo has been instrumental in her development as a soccer player. Fernando's attention to details helped my daughter improve her first touch, passing accuracy, and confidence to beat a defender 1v1. This past season she made the JV squad of her high school team, lead the team in goals, and was named her team's most influential player.

- Rudy Muto -