Teams: 2013 Girls, 2012 Rapinoe (White) Girls, and 2011 Boys
Dominic is a native of Nottingham, England. He has spent the past seven years coaching both in the United States and England, employed in a vast variety of positions. He began working for Nottingham Forest Development Centre in 2014, where he coached players from U8-U14 who were pushing to be a part of the Nottingham Forest Football Academy.
After a year coaching Nottingham's elite players, he took his career to the US, where he coached for TSF Academy, developing players at both the travel and recreational levels.
Following an incredibly successful year at TSF, in which he won several leagues and cups, he moved back to the UK, seeking a new challenge. He continued his coaching journey by gaining higher qualifications, successfully obtaining both his UEFA B and Youth Coaching Award, specializing in coaching players in the foundation and youth development phase.
When Dominic had obtained not only the experience, but also the necessary qualifications, he moved to London, where he created a charity Football Club called Bloomsbury Football Academy. The club was, and remains, the best footballing experience for all players and ensures the chance for all players to play for an elite club regardless of their financial background.
He took on on the Technical Director role at BFA, and oversaw the club's progression, winning multiple leagues, cups and tournaments, and becoming known as the best club in London.
In 2019, Dominic left England to coach in Wisconsin. He took on several teams and managed to lead teams to play competitive soccer and maximize their true potential as players and people.
In 2020 Dominic came on board at Wyckoff Torpedos, where he took over of the 2013 Girls, 2012 Rapinoe (White) Girls, and 2011 Boys.
FA Level 1&2
Youth Modules 1, 2, 3 and Award
Coaching Disabled footballers
Futsal Level 1