The Cape Coral Soccer Association is proud to announce Mike Carmean as Head Coach of the 2011 Boys Cyclones Team and the 2003 Girls Cyclones Team for the 2019-2020 season.
In addition to these roles, Mike will be the CCSA Academy Director for the 2019-2020 season. He will work primarily with U8-U10 aged Cyclones players in this role.
Mike holds a USSF National B License, USSF National Youth License, NSCAA Director of Coaching Diploma, NSCAA National Youth Diploma, NSCAA State Goalkeeper Diploma and a Coerver Coaching Certificate.
Mike has worked as a Staff Coach for the Alabama Olympic Development Program (ODP) and is currently Active with the Georgia Olympic Development Program (ODP).
Mike served as Director of Coaching and Player Development for River City Soccer Club in Phenix City Alabama, winning State Cup championship as Head Coach in 2010 with U12 boys and State Cup runner up 2009 with U11 Boys. He created the Red Star Soccer Academy and was one founders for the CFC Red Star Soccer Club.
Over his 25 year Coaching Career, Coach Mike has placed over 100 signed players for college scholarship. He developed 2 players that went on to be professionals: one MLS (New England Revolution), one WPS (Atlanta Beat).
Additional coaching career highlights include:
- 2004 U15 Girls
- Orange Classic Finalist
- US Club Soccer Regional Champions
- 2005 U16 Girls
- US Club Soccer Regional Champions, Orange Classic Champions & CASL Champions
- 2009 U11 Boys
- AYSA State Cup Finalist
- 2010 U12 Boys
- AYSA State Cup Champions
- 2014 U12 Girls
- Clearwater Chargers Champions
- 2015 GYSA U13 Girls
- Presidents Cup State Champions
- 2016, 2017 & 2018 AISA Girls High School State Champions
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