Matt Coyer announced as new Carmel FC DOC

Carmel FC is pleased to announce the hiring of Matthew Coyer as our full time Director of Coaching.  Coyer, who starts on August, 8th, has more than 17 years of experience coaching youth players from the Academy to High School level.  He has served in the role of Academy Director and Recreation Soccer Director with a community based soccer club.  His playing background includes playing on the 1985 and 1987 Carmel High School State Championship teams, Indiana University 1991 and 1992 Big Ten Championship teams and as a US National “B” Team player in 1992.

Coyer holds a number of national soccer certifications including the USSF National Youth License, USSF E License, Rene Meulensteen 100, 200, and 400 level Diplomas, and the NSCAA Goalkeeping Level 1 Diploma.  He also holds the NSCAA Director of Coaching Diploma.

Carmel FC’s Commissioner, Jeremy Slivinski, had this to say about the hire, “Matt’s understanding of our community and program was significant compared to the many other qualified applicants we interviewed.  His vision for a youth soccer club is in alignment with ours and with the mission of Carmel Dads’ Club.  We believe his knowledge of the Indiana Soccer landscape will support us as we grow and compete.  It is an exciting time for us and we look forward to his leadership.”

Coyer’s day to day responsibilities will be the overall management of the Carmel FC program.  He will work directly with our volunteer leaders and coaches, coordinate training programs, and help provide training for CDC Rec coaches.