Lennard Visman hired as Technical Director for FC Copa Academy – Brooklyn
METUCHEN, NJ – FC Copa Academy has announced the hiring of Lennard Visman as Technical Director at FC Copa Academy – Brooklyn.
Visman will work toward establishing all FC Copa – Brooklyn teams and soccer programs for boys and girls as part of FC Copa’s anchor tenant soccer training partnership with Aviator Sports and Events Center in Brooklyn, NY.
Visman joins FC Copa with over a decade of experience as a coach, having previously served as Director of Coaching for DTS. Originally from Laren, Holland, Lennard moved to the US to continue his coaching career in 2010. Visman earned a degree in Sports Studies from Roc van Amsterdam in his native Holland.
“It is with great pride that we announce Lennard as part of the FC Copa Family,” said FC Copa President and Executive Director of Coaching Roberto Aguas. “We are very impressed with Lennard’s character, attention to detail and ability to connect with his players. We believe he is the perfect fit to help lead our efforts with our great new partnership with Aviator Sports.”
“I am very excited to be working for FC Copa. They have proven to be a highly professional club that performs at the top level. FC Copa’s proven programs for boys and girls of all ages will be a perfect fit with the great facilities at Aviator Sports and the soccer talent in the New York City area,” said Visman.
Since its inception in 2004, FC Copa Academy has appeared in 26 state, 19 regional and 7 national finals and championships while having one of the highest college placement rates in the country, both soccer and academic, having placed over 350 students into over 160 collegiate programs and developed over 24 professional and national/international team players.
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