• Karim Hicks
  • Hal Kenny
  • Daniel Bulls
  • Robert Masters
  • Chris Johnson
  • John Maxwell
Coach Hicks’ playing experience started in Berlin Germany as a youth extending into the streets of Africa pre-teen years. Once stateside, he played in Northern Virginia youth travel select programs as well at the High School level earning 3 all-district nominations. As a collegiate player, Coach Hicks was trained under Doug Hamilton at Greensboro college.

For the last 10 years Coach Hicks has been training and coaching players in the Maryland area with Freestate Soccer, Maryland United and now independently. Read More >>

Coach Hal Kenny’s playing experience started when growing up in Spain and then Mexico, playing for some of the top youth select programs. After moving to Maryland in 1996, he immediately went under the direction of Stefan Draganov as both the Assistant Coach at Howard Community College and Thunder Soccer Club. Since then, Hal has developed into one of the top coaches and most sought after trainers in the area. Hal teaches a technical, possession style of play by using a dynamic, motivational instructional approach. Read More >>
Coach Bulls is an experienced player who last played for Real Maryland Monarchs in the USL.  Bulls attended Old Mill High School, where he earned NSCAA second-team All-State honors as a sophomore and a junior before missing much of his senior season with an ankle injury. He was named first-team All-Anne Arundel County in 2002 and 2003, was a member of the 2004 Maryland state finalist Patriot squad, and played club soccer with the Bethesda Internationals, which won five straight state titles beginning 1999 – 2003, and a national championship in 2001.

Dan went on to play four years of college soccer at the University of Maryland Baltimore County, where he was the first recipient of the newly-named Mike Woodard Unsung Hero award as a junior in 2007. Dan began his professional career in 2009 when he signed with the Real Maryland Monarchs in the USL Second Division, and made his professional debut on April 25, 2009 in Maryland’s 3–2 opening day victory over the Bermuda Hogges.  He has played professionally in Africa, Trinidad and Tobago. Read More >>
Coach Masters is completely dedicated to creating and cultivating a soccer atmosphere within the community.  He is motivated by a passion and drive to develop soccer players to their highest potential in technical, tactical, and psychological training.Coach Bob has been playing and coaching soccer for over 35 years. He currently holds a USSF “D” license. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree and was recruited NAIA to Covenant College. He graduated from Queen Anne’s County High School where he was a varsity soccer captain. In 1980 his senior year he was honored as All Eastern Shore Goal Keeper of the year.

Bob coaches almost every day and still plays competitive soccer weekly in AAASL in the over40 league for Fox FC as both keeper and midfielder.  Read More >>
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Coach Maxwell’s playing experience started at the age of 4, playing for some of the top youth select programs in Maryland and going on to play Varsity in his freshman thru his senior year at Duval High School and was Capitan 3 of his 4 years playing. After High School John continued to play at the local men’s level in the area while attending Trade schools to earn his District Of Columbia 3rd class and Maryland 1st class engineers Licenses before he started coaching in 2001 for Arundel Soccer Association.  Read More >>