The Cape Coral Soccer Association is proud to announce Anthony Martin as Head Coach of the 2002/2003 Boys Cyclones Team and the 2005 Boys Cyclones Team for the 2019-2020 season.
Anthony is currently the Head Coach of the 2018-2019 U14 Boys Cyclones Team. The team will be playing in the State Cup Sweet 16 this May.
Anthony holds a NSCAA Advanced National coaching diploma (equivalent to a USSF “B” License) and is on Florida ODP state staff.
Additional coaching career highlights include:
- 2013-2014 U17 Boys Cyclones President’s Cup Champions, National Region III Champions and played in the National Final Four.
- 2001-2012 Head Coach of the Men’s Soccer Program at Washington Adventist University NCAA Div II.
- Worked under the direction of Bruce Arena (Head Coach, U.S. Men’s Soccer) in the summer of 1994 at the University of Virginia Camp of Champions.
Anthony assisted University of the District of Columbia Men’s Program and coached as a NCAA Div. II national clinician in the Youth Education through Sports “YES” program for inner city youths from 2002-2005. In 2007, Coach Martin took WAU’s men’s soccer team to the USCAA National Championships in Michigan. That year Coach Martin was named Coach of the Year for Independent DII Schools in the NCAA.
As a player, Anthony played at the semi-pro level for the Great Nigeria Insurance Football Club where he was team captain during the 1990-91 season. He later went on to play at the D1 collegiate level for Liberty University, graduating in 1992 with his Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Management. Anthony received his Masters in Human Resource Development from Bowie State University in 2001.
About The Cape Coral Soccer Association
The Cape Coral Soccer Association is comprised of Select, Academy, Recreation All-Stars, Lollipop and Recreation Teams for Boys & Girls ages 4 to 18. CCSA’s Select Program, the Cape Coral Cyclones, are affiliated with the Florida Youth Soccer Association (FYSA) and US Club Soccer. Tryouts for the 2019 season are being held in late April and Early May 2019. Learn more