Coach Keith Tozer Announces New Soccer Academy
Keith Tozer, U.S. Futsal National Team head coach and former head coach of the Milwaukee Wave, has announced the establishment of K. Tozer Soccer Academy.
Glendale, Wis. – April 1, 2014 – Keith Tozer, U.S. Futsal National Team head coach and former head coach of the Milwaukee Wave, has announced the establishment of K. Tozer Soccer Academy, which will kick off in June 2014 and run throughout the summer. The soccer leagues, camps, and training will take place at various locations in Southeastern Wisconsin.
“I’m honored to have the opportunity to bring my extensive experience as a player and coach to the community that has been such a huge part of my success,” said Tozer. “I look forward to working one-on-one with passionate young athletes as I transition to the next phase of my career.”
The academy will cater to children ages 4-15 years old of all skill levels, offering tournaments, leagues, team training, goal-keeping camps, personal training, coaching education, and more. Tozer will announce his academy’s full staff in the immediate future.
Keith Tozer is the current U.S. Futsal National Team head coach and served as the head coach of the Milwaukee Wave professional indoor soccer team for 21 years. Since 1984, Tozer has become one of the most successful coaches in U.S. soccer history, and the all time winningest coach in North America indoor soccer with more than 700 wins, six league championships and nine “Coach of the Year” awards. He also owns a motivational company, Teamwork Concepts.
K. Tozer Soccer Academy’s title sponsor is Legends of the Field, a local sports memorabilia company. ABC Audio Video is a supporting sponsor.
For more information on the K. Tozer Soccer Academy, visit www.ktozersocceracademy.com or call (414) 368-3485. Find the academy on Facebook and Twitter. The company is located at 1101 W. Acacia Rd., Glendale, Wis. 53217.
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