Soccer Stars Coaches


Soccer Stars Coaches


  • USSF National Coaching License
  • 12+ years coaching youth soccer
  • Former Martial Arts Instructor


  • Captain of 3rd in the nation, Schoolcraft College (Michigan) 2002-2004
  • Georgia College 2005-2007
  • NSCAA All-Region Player

Hello Everyone

My name is Moses or Coach Moose as the little ones know me by. I was born in Bolivia with a soccer ball at my feet! As a coach I believe Futsal is a balance of technique, skill and composure. My passion comes from the love and devotion I have for the sport. I strive to create a positive and safe environment for every class. Futsal is a fun sport and I plan on teaching the excitement for the game. Learning a new skill is such an important tool at a young age, when they are such a sponge for knowledge. Coming from a huge family and being the eldest of 7, I have such a wide concept with understanding young minds. I coached in many clinics all over Oregon from ages 18 months to 16 years old. I have trained in Bolivia with local camps and learned the street form of futsal. I welcome all players to join our Rose City Futsal family and connect with our ever growing futsal community!

Heart of the Game

Coach MO

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My name is Jacob Fulk, otherwise known as Coach Jacob. I’m 17, and I’ll be graduating from Sunset High School in June. Soccer has always been a huge part of my life. I’ve played for a few different local clubs over the course of the last 8 years, and I’ve been playing for the Sunset Varsity team since I was a sophomore. I love futsal because it highlights the technical side of the game, often requiring precise technique and skill over strength and speed. I absolutely love coaching little kids. Every day is different, they have such high energy, and they really make my job feel more like fun than work. I’ve refereed recreation soccer at the age group a lot of my students are in, I also babysit and volunteer at an after school program for elementary school students. But none of these things gives me the same rush as teaching them to dribble a soccer ball or shoot in the corners, because that’s what I’m passionate about. I think being a soccer stars coach is a point at which my passion for the games meets an opportunity to do some good and help kids grow, both on and off the field.

The wee ones know me as Coach Brenna, and I have been playing soccer since I was about their size. I continued to club outdoor leagues as a teenager in Southern California, and I discovered the joy of futsal after moving to Portland in 2006. My educational background is in social work and I have worked in a variety of settings with youth over the years, including after-school programs and as a social skills trainer. It is wonderful to merge my experience in youth mentorship with my love of soccer and futsal. I believe that team sports have the potential to foster important life skills such as leadership, cooperation, and discipline. However, it is always my top priority to ensure the game is fun.