Technical Director Attains Canada Soccer National B Coaching License

Faly Academy’s Technical Director, Faly Basse, has successfully attained his Canada Soccer National B Coaching License.

Faly proudly joins the ranks of a select number of Canadian soccer coaches that have this level of coaching certification. In 2019, Faly plans to begin the rigorous and challenging certification process towards achieving his National A license.

New Partnership Launched with Options Solutions For Faly Academy Players

As part of Faly Academy’s Elite Athlete program, Faly Academy has partnered with Options Solutions to provide our academy’s Elite players with complimentary educational workshops regarding the recruitment process in Canada and the United States.

On October 17th, 2018, Melinda Giampietro, President of Options Solutions, presented an extremely informative workshop which explored the truths and myths of recruitment, academic preparation, the new NCAA rules, and recruitment timelines. Melinda pinpointed the critical steps required to help ensure that our athletes get themselves “on the board” and “seen” by U.S. and Canadian coaches. Melinda will be connecting with our athletes once again this season. Visit Options Solutions website here.

Sean Campbell joins the Academy as the Director of Sports Health

Sean has been involved in elite sport for more than 25 years as an athlete, therapist and Performance Consultant. His competitive career highlights included the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, a Pan American Games gold medal and eight National Championships in field hockey. Sean, owner of Cypress Health and Physiotherapy, currently works as an Athletic Performance and Rehabilitation Consultant.

Faly Academy Joins Soccer Academy Alliance Canada (SAAC)

Faly Academy is now a member of Soccer Academy Alliance Canada (SAAC). SAAC was established in 2005, with a vision to develop world class soccer players in Canada on a continual and systematic basis by providing our members with the best-in-class training, facilities and competition. In the past nine years, Academy graduates have gone on to professional careers, trials overseas, NCAA scholarships and Canadian Universities.