Gareth played for Liverpool Football as a Youth Player from 1989-1998. After playing he joined the Liverpool FC Academy Coaching staff where he worked for 8 years.
He held various roles including Community Coaching, International Programs and Camps, Academy Player Recruitment and Coaching the Elite Academy Players before making the move to the U.S in 2008.
Over the last 13 years in the U.S Gareth has previously been a Director in a Sports Association.
Jack moved to the United States from England in 2009 to complete a Bachelors of Science in Sports Administration at Reinhardt University, graduating with Honors.
After graduating, Jack began his career as a Sales Executive for Turf Warrior Inc. a leading teamwear provider of Burrda Sport and Joma products. Jack gained a Master’s of Science in Sports Administration in 2016 from Georgia State University and has over 10 years experience in the sporting industry.
Richard Foy, first moved from Scotland to the US in 2015 where he worked as a Camp Director for Challenger Sports before becoming a Senior Academy Trainer with the organisation.
His role included partnership work with soccer clubs throughout the South East to maintain positive client relationships to provide camps, tours and teamwear to clubs. Richard gained his Bachelors in Sports Development at the University of the West of Scotland and furthered his education by completing his Master's Degree at Georgia State University in 2020. He has over 12 years of experience of working in the soccer industry at various levels, from on the field coaching to facilitating programs as program director.
Beth graduated Edge Hill University in 2016 with a BSc in Sport and Exercise Science. In 2015 she began spending her summers working on soccer camps in the United States at Challenger Sports.
In 2018, Beth became a Regional Director for Challenger Sports managing the sales and marketing of soccer camps, tours, and school programs within the South East region. In 2020 Beth began studying a master's degree in Sports Administration at Georgia State University.