Matt had a stellar four-year career at NSU and became the first NSU Men’s Soccer All-American. He was inducted into the NSU Athletics Hall of Fame with the Class of 2011.
Parry received his bachelor’s degree in Sport and Wellness studies from NSU in Dec. 2005. He received his master’s degree in business administration in Aug. 2009 and is currently pursuing his doctoral degree in education.
USSF A License, the NSCAA Premier Diploma and the Level 2 Coaching Certificate from the English FA.
Matt Parry has been named Interim Girls’ Development Academy Director and will lead the Academy girls’ teams for the remainder of this season.
Weston FC is proud to have assembled an elite group of coaches comprising the Girls coaching staff. This technical team is led by Marcelo Neveleff, Technical Director and Director of the USDA, Victor Pastora, Assistant Technical Director. WFC has experience at the Olympic, Professional, NCAA, Regional ODP and State level. The WFC staff includes coaches who hold their USSF “A”, “B”, “C”, and “D” National licenses, State D & E licenses, National Youth licenses, and many others who have been awarded the NSCAA Advanced National Diploma. Under the direction of Marcelo and Victor, Tim Miller (DOC U8-U12), Judah Cooks (U13-U15), and Marcelo Valdivia (U16-U18) enable WFC teams to compete in Premier Divisions in SFUYSA, State Leagues, Region Leagues and in nationally recognized tournaments throughout the country. These include Atlanta Cup, CASL Shootout and Showcase, Las Vegas Showcase, Orange Classic, Texas Shootout, and WAGS. Our female athletes are strongly encouraged to participate in ODP and ID2, as the club looks to expand their soccer experiences.
As our players and families make decisions that will affect the rest of their lives, our aim is to utilize the extensive knowledge and insight our staff possesses to assist players with their future decisions. Providing continuing education for players and parents is fundamental to the Club’s programming.