Our commitment to integrity and desire to model leadership for our youth includes ensuring that our trainers have the best credentials on and off the soccer field. Our trainers are required to maintain current background checks on file and are encouraged to seek training through local child safety agencies, such as Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center. Many of our trainers are also parents.
GFT trainers expectations
A good trainer:
- Experienced: Our trainers have played at some of the highest levels of play, including collegiate soccer and professional soccer.
- A trainer/coach is a teacher: A good trainer knows from experience the very things being taught so the teaching that occurs is on more than one level, including the physical and mental and emotional preparation required to play well in competition.
- An advocate: Most important is that our trainers are good people. They care about the players as individuals and want to speak positive things into the lives of these kids we spend so much time getting to know and shape and influence. This is a serious role and one we appreciate greatly.
Speaking the game
We take pride in the fact that our trainers can speak to the game and it’s emotions, challenges, excitement, and dangers.
Our trainers stay fit so that we can give you 100% of our focus and energy during your session.
We want to model for our players the benefits of a healthy lifestyle.
Our trainers have collegiate and professional experience and represent a wide range of personalities, training styles, and hobbies and interests.
When you train with Global Fútbol Training, you may experience a rotation of trainers to give you the best of the individual’s playing strengths.
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