• Fall Recreational Soccer Program Details

    • Our Coaches

    • Coach Marcio – Technical Director

      USSF D License – 

      Marcio is the current Technical Director at Hunter’s Creek Soccer Club. He played professionally for over 13 years across the world in countries such as Brazil, Sweden and Israel and played in more than 300 professional games. Marcio spent 4 years coaching at Sao Paulo F.C.’s Development Academy and has been a Head Coach at HCSC the last two years.

      Coach Mickey – Executive Director

      USSF D License & NSCAA Goalkeeping Level 1 – 

      Mickey, who comes from England, has been working with HCSC for the past 4 years and was recently announced as the club’s Executive Director. Having focused solely on the girl’s side of the club in the last few years, Mickey is now coaching boys teams to gain experience for when he takes his C license next year.

      Coach Rodolfo – Regional Coach

      USSF F License & NSCAA Goalkeeping Level 1 – 

      Rodolfo joins HCSC in his first season with the club after a successful college career at Park University where he was named to several All-Conference teams. Coming from Brazil, Rodolfo represented clubs such as Santos FC in Brazil and Cantanzaro FC in Italy in his youth career before deciding to study in America. As a coach, Rodolfo has experience coaching in both Brazil with Santos FC's academy and America with Real Kansas City. Rodolfo hopes to instill his passion for the game into the HCSC players.

      Coach Juan – Regional Coach

      USSF National Youth License, D License & NSCAA National Diploma– 

      In his second year with HCSC, Juan looks to help develop our youth players as well as being the Head Coach of Freedom High School’s Varsity team. Juan brings more than 14 years of coaching experience to the club and looks to help develop our youngest players as well as those with aspirations of playing in college.

      Coach Raul – Regional Coach

      USSF E License – 

      Raul is in his second year coaching with HCSC alongside being the head coach job for the Varsity team at Lake Nona High School. Before coaching, Raul spent several years playing his youth soccer down in Miami for the Kendall Soccer Coalition and Miami Strike force. Raul looks forward to helping develop our older boys players in hopes that they go on to play in college or professionally. 

      Coach Andrew – Regional Coach

      USSF E License – 

      Andrew joins HCSC in his first year and is looking to use his coaching and playing experience to help develop the girl’s side of the club. Andrew played at both youth and adult level in New York and has years of coaching experience through working with various clubs, academies and schools in New York and Texas. 

      Coach Alejandro – Regional Coach

      NSCAA National Diploma - 

      Alejandro comes to HCSC in with a vast knowledge of the game having played and coached at a very high level. Growing up in El Salvador, Alejandro played soccer his entire life and even represented his country at U17 level before playing professional soccer in his home country. In Puerto Rico, he was involved in coaching kids U4-U20 at club and national level as a technical director. Also, for the last two years he was working with the Puerto Rican Men's National team and youth teams before taking the opportunity to work at HCSC.

      Coach Fraol – Regional Coach

      USSF F License - 

      Fraol joins the club in his first year and has experience working in coaching soccer at the YMCA and with youth soccer company, Soccer Shots. As a player, Fraol played for Lake Nona HS where he was the top goal scorer and district champion. Fraol also spent time playing high school and club soccer in Belgium for Stockel F.C., whilst growing up.


      Coach Miguel – Regional Coach

      USSF F and 4v4 License - 

      Miguel graduated through the HCSC competitive program as a player before turning to coaching. As a player, he played for both Freedom HS and Cypress Creek HS where he was named an Orange County All-Star in 2016. He currently coaches all age groups of the recreational soccer program whilst being a competitive head coach in his first year with the club as a coach. Miguel also has experience in coaching indoor soccer.

    • If you’re interested in volunteering for the club, we will have several opportunities to do so.  Options include Saturday & Sunday concession sales, assisting with the Recreational Program, and helping with “behind-the-scenes” support.  We are a 501(c)3 non-profit, so it's a great way to...

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      The club is looking for a parent who has experience successfully fundraising for nonprofits.  One of the goals for the club is to raise additional resources that can be invested in more player development opportunities.  If you have fundraising experience and want to help lead that initiative for ...

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      We’re excited that several Hunter’s Creek teams have performed well in the state tournament and will be playing upcoming matches in the next round.  If you see any players or parents from the following teams, wish them luck in their upcoming games! 2008 I Boys – Semi Finals 2006 I ...

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      EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR MESSAGE Spring Season is now underway!  Several of our Premier teams played their first games on March 2nd weekend at Brandon Coates Park (BCP), which will be our new primary game fields for Premier teams.  BCP provides us with high quality fields for our teams to showcase ...

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      HCSC plays in the Greater Central Florida Youth Soccer League or GCF.  GCF sponsors a number of college scholarships for high school seniors that have played soccer for affiliate clubs like Hunter’s Creek Soccer.  Click on http://www.gcfsoccer.com/player-info/scholarships for information about ...

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