Dafydd is a partner at Future Elite Sports and he is currently the starting goalkeeper for the Wales National Futsal team. Dafydd studied Sports Business in Milwaukee, USA for 4 years on a soccer scholarship where he became an All-American. After completing his scholarship, Dafydd played in the PDL league for Milwaukee Wave, before heading out to Australia to play State League soccer for ECU Joondalup.
Greg is a partner at Future Elite Sports and his been involved in football since completing his MBA in Sport & Business Management. After Greg was released from Cyrstal Palace, he attend University in the U.K for 3 years before heading out to Pennsylvania, USA on a football scholarship to complete his MBA. Upon completing his studies, Greg then played State League soccer in Perth, Western Australia.
Michael is a lead scholarship consultant at Future Elite Sports and has played and coached University sport in America. Michael attended University in Indiana, USA on a soccer scholarship where he completed a Sports Psychology degree. After completing his studies, Michael became the assistant coach for the University of Sioux Falls women’s soccer team before heading back to the UK where he briefly played professionally for Crewe Alexandra F.C.
Michael is a former England youth International, who played premier league football for both Liverpool and West Brom. He is now the Technical director at KC Prime Soccer Club in Kansas City. Michael joins the team as a U.S ambassador and has helped to grow our network on both sides of the Atlantic to ensure that we are able to offer aspiring players the best opportunities in the U.K and the U.S.A.
Sophie is head of female soccer at Future Elite Sports. During her College career she attended NCAA DI University of Missouri – Kansas City on a full soccer scholarship. Upon graduating she competed in the Women’s Premier Soccer League for Kansas City Courage. Sophie studied health sciences and joined the team in 2017.
Tom is head of rugby at Future Elite Sports. Tom studied at the University of Lancaster where he represented the University 1st team. After gaining his Bsc in sports science, Tom traveled to Canterbury, New Zealand where he competed in the Heartland Championship before returning to the U.K where he now competes in the National League 2.