Updated: Jul 3
Fox Soccer Academy is delighted to announce that Coach Walter Jaramillo, a USSF National B License coach, will join our organization as Head Coach and Personal Trainer.
Walter will begin his journey with us on July 6, 2020. As a Head Coach, Walter's responsibilities will include the girls' program development, while also aiding the boys' side. He will also be responsible for the daily implementation of the FSA method to all the teams he will be coaching.
"With great pleasure I have followed the development of Fox Soccer Academy in the USA and abroad over the last few years. I am very pleased with the club's philosophy and goals and excited to join this great setup. Having worked in soccer over the past 20 years, I am delighted to join an academy of that high quality. The international setup is an outstanding opportunity for every player that joins FSA. I cannot wait to develop great future stars."
Walter Jaramillo comes to us with more than 20 years of experience. He has served as Head Coach at collegiate and club levels developing many professional and best youth national players along the way. Coach Jaramillo is also a NY State ODP Coach and a Region I coach with the USYSA. He has expertise in coaching, administration, managing, and scouting. His recent accomplishments have shown a capacity to develop high level professional and Division I collegiate players.
Walter Jaramillo received a bachelor's degree in science and a master's degree in Strength and Conditioning from Long Island University. He also played Division I soccer, always ranked in the top ten in the nation while there. Walter also holds a USSF National B license.
Please join us in extending a heartfelt welcome to Walter as he begins his journey at FSA.
Awards & Activities
Selected as a player to the New York City, State and Empire State Games Scholastic Divisions.
Player for Long Island University 1981-1984 - Top 10 Nationally Ranked in Division I, appeared in two N.C.A.A. Tournaments.
Head Coach/Scot 2006-2010 for New York City women’s select team to compete against the women’s Mexican, Ecuadorian and Puerto Rican national teams.
NYC P.A.L. M.V.P. scholastic division.