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MTsc Competitive Program

MTsc Competitive Program

For more information email MTscCompetitive@gmail.com
 
We are excited to announce that MTsc will soon begin a new chapter in its storied history as Oklahoma's largest youth soccer club. Beginning in August 2020, we will join 5 well-established clubs in northwest and central Arkansas for competitive league play in the Arkansas Premier League.
 
Beginning in August 2020, MTsc's new competitive program will join 5 well-established clubs in northwest and central Arkansas for competitive league play in the Arkansas Premier League.  With thoughtful scheduling and planning, our league selection results in only 3 Saturdays away from Tulsa per season with no required overnight trips (although, you may well decide to spend a fall or spring Saturday night in scenic NW Arkansas after a fun Saturday of soccer).
 
Simply put, we share a common vision for youth soccer and we believe we can begin a new era with league play across state lines that results in short, weekend trips in nearby, scenic locations with like-minded clubs. Soccer should be fun ... and with creative scheduling, our short trips between eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas will be just that for the families involved.
 
MTsc Competitive Program Leadership
Our competitive program will have a decidedly different look and feel than existing programs in the Tulsa area. At the heart of our club is a storied recreational program. That will not change. Our new competitive program has been designed to supplement and support our recreational program in a way that allows for a natural transition for players who want to elevate their game while remaining part of the same soccer family; the MTsc family.  
 
We see no need for the divide that currently exists between recreational soccer and competitive soccer in so many clubs. This UNITED approach between recreational and competitive soccer begins with leadership and we are delighted to announce that our new competitive program will begin under the guidance of two long-time club administrators who carry the credentials needed to drive a competitive program forward but who have also demonstrated a love of and support for the recreational game.  
 
Marlon Goodwin, Executive Director of Coaching - Long-time MTsc administrator Marlon Goodwin will serve as Executive Director of Coaching for the MTsc Competitive Program.  Marlon is one of only 18 coaches in the United States who have completed the Expert and Immersion level courses offered by Spain's famed La Liga, in conjunction with US ClubSoccer. As part of La Liga's Immersion Program, this small group of elite coaches from around the world spent time in Spain with the academies of 12 renowned youth academies including Real Madrid and Atlético de Madrid. Mr. Goodwin also holds advanced futsal coaching credentials from Spain's national futsal coaches association (ANEFS - Asóciación Nacional de Entrenadores de Fútbol Sala). Additionally, Marlon holds a specialized certificate in Spain's Fútbol a la Medida del Niño methodology for junior academy players. His instructor was the author of the official youth curriculum for the Spanish Federation. Marlon followed this course with an apprenticeship in the methodology under Jesús "Chuy" Vera of FC Dallas.  Former collegiate player and Thunder competitive coach, USSF licensed.
 
Simba Matambo, Director of Coaching / Head of Administration - Before bringing his well documented coaching talent to Oklahoma, Simba's career on the pitch in Edinburgh, Scotland, included a Scottish Cup championship in 2002.  Simba has been a successful competitive youth soccer coach in the Tulsa area since 2007 and won an Oklahoma State Cup in 2015 with his 2005 boys team.  He has also been a member of the Holland Hall staff since 2009, coaching both soccer and field hockey and teaching physical education courses during his lengthy tenure at the school.   
 

Stephanie Abbott, Director of Coaching / Head of Methodology - Entering her 13th season as Head Coach for the Holland Hall Girls Varsity Soccer team, Stephanie holds a USSF B license and is a former Oklahoma Soccer Association Olympic Development Program staff coach.   Coach Abbott played collegiate soccer at Drury University where she was a midfielder for the Varsity Women's team and has more than 10 years of experience as MTsc's Player Development Program (PDP) Director and as a Coaching Education instructor for our recreational program.

 
Additional Coaches and Club Leaders

MTsc is excited to announce its inaugural Competitive Program coaching staff for this coming competitive year beginning in August:

  • Britt Nigh, Senior Staff Coach; 25 years as a Broken Arrow High School Soccer Coach and competitive coach, played collegiate soccer for Rogers State and NSU, USSF licensed
  • AJ Robles, Senior Staff Coach & Program Manager for Goalkeeper Education; Collegiate coaching experience at UAB, PCC and UA, former competitive coach at Hoover and Vestavia Hills in AL, USSF licensed 
  • Brittany Scrapper, Senior Staff Coach & Program Manager; current Head Coach of Bixby Varsity Spartan Girls, played for semi-pro Tulsa Spirit, former WSA competitive coach and USSF licensed
  • Phillip Butler, Staff Coach; former Sheffield United competitive coach with 8 years of coaching and USSF licensed 
  • Jennifer John, Senior Staff Coach; current Head Coach of Holland Hall JV Dutch Girls, National C licensed and played collegiate soccer as USC and SMU
  • Michael Daniel, Staff Coach; IYCA Certified Speed & Agility Specialist, IYCA Certified Speed Mechanics Specialist, 15 years of competitive coaching and collegiate soccer player for NSU, USSF licensed
If you are an experienced coach who would like to have a better overall environment and support structure for your team, please give our office a call at your earliest convenience at 918-298-0190 to leave your contact information for a return call or email us at MTscCompetitive@gmail.com. We will be glad to answer questions you may have and all inquiries will be considered private and held in strict confidence by the management members and/or staff of MTsc with whom you may engage.
 
Parent Information
MTsc is excited to be able to bring competitive soccer directly to MTsc Nation youth and families at the least cost as compared to area competitive programs representing a cost savings of a minimum of 28% and more compared to our prior relationship through TSC.  Here are the details:
 
Uniform Requirement
MTsc is happy to announce its New Competitive Program quality Adidas Squadra uniform kit (men's or woman's) consisting of two jerseys, 2 pair of shorts and 2 pair of socks.  The cost for the base uniform kit is $125.00.  Additionally required is a single Club royal blue training jersey to be purchased for $15.00.  Total Cost: $140.00.     
 
 
 
 
 
 
Club Dues
Competitive Player Club dues are $1,020 per year or equivalent to $85.00 per month on a 12 month basis (rate to be determined if on a 12 month basis or based on less months).
 
Academy Player Club dues are $780 per year or equivalent to $65.00 per month on a 12 month basis (rate to be determined if on a 12 month basis or based on less months).
 
Registration Fee
Competitive Player Club Registration Fee is $200.00
Academy Player Club Registration Fee is $125.00
 

Curriculum Basis

As a foundation to the new MTsc Competitive Program, MTsc is honored to be selected as the future home of the Roberto Baggio Horst Wein Center for Coaching Education and Player Development. MTsc has joined hands with some of the biggest names in European coaching and we are bringing UEFA Pro Instructors to Tulsa later this year assuming all travel concerns and European pandemic concerns are behind us. There is much more to come from this exciting announcement as we continue to roll out the latest additions to MTsc. 

 
Roberto Baggio, an Italian former professional footballer who mainly played as a striker, or as an attacking midfielder was capable of playing in several offensive positions. He is the former president of the technical sector of the Italian Football Federation. Roberto was born in 1967 in Caldogno, Italy and was nicknamed "The Devine Ponytail".  MTsc thanks Marcello Nardini and his UEFA pro colleagues for helping MTsc build something very special and different for our young future soccer stars.  
 
 
We are excited to be able to provide more announcements in the future related to the MTsc Competitive Program for your youth with the goal of providing the highest development standards in the area, fun and quality at a very attractive overall cost as compared to our prior association and area alternatives.
 
MTsc, "Where Kids Come First!"