Meet Our Trainers
We are here to provide you and your family with the best youth soccer experience possible! We are proud to bring you a group of highly accomplished trainers.
Georges B. Aboutanos
Georges has 20 years experience coaching at Indialantic Youth Soccer Association (IYSA), fifteen of which as a comp trainer for various teams. He served as the head trainer for the rec program at IYSA in 2009-2011. He holds a United States Soccer Federation National D license since 2007. He has high school and college playing experience.
A longtime resident of Brevard County who played soccer at Palm Bay HS as well as Warner University earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science and Physical Education. She has coached various soccer teams throughout Brevard County from the recreational level to the state cup level and currently holds a USSF “E” Coaching License as well as an NSCAA Advanced Regional Diploma and NSCAA State and Regional Goalkeeping Diploma. She also is the Head Coach of the Varsity Girls Soccer team at West Shore Junior/Senior High School.
Current Striker on Florida Tech’s women’s soccer team. Has led team in scoring and was also named to All SCC second team and commissioners honor roll. USSF “D” license. Junior Varsity coach at West Shore. Coached IYSA’s U13 girls last season, making it to the finals of Disney’s Classic Championship tournament.
Head Coach at Melbourne Central Catholic High School. US Soccer Federation “C” licensed coach. Played at the collegiate and National Level. Level III National Soccer Coaches Association of America Goalkeeper certification.
In the 2015-2016 season, Trey was first team All American at Florida Tech. Trey is now playing for the Florida Surf professional team and has already established himself as one of the top youth trainers around.
Kimberly grew up at the Jersey Shore, playing soccer for various competitive and select soccer teams winning multiple championships throughout her career. She played three years at Georgian Court College and was selected as a First Team All American, then was recruited by Lynn University in Boca Raton, where she went on to help her team to a second place finish in the NCAA Division II National Championship. Kim earned a Bachelor Degree in Science and graduated with her certification in grades 1-6 Elementary Education. Her coaching experience includes coaching various youth recreational and competitive soccer teams. Kimberly has been teaching for 17 years and currently works as a fourth grade teacher at Turner Elementary School in Palm Bay.