Coach Jeremy Slivinski grew up playing club soccer in Northern Virginia. He played on a number of state championship teams until high school. Early in high school he suffered a severe Fib/Tib break that took almost a year to heal and walk normally again. After which he continued playing soccer at a Rec level.
Coach Slivinski started coaching in 2010 when his oldest son began playing rec soccer. He has coached for Carmel FC since August 2013. He holds a National "D" Coaching license and works with our '05 Boys Teams, primarily Gold. He also has assisted with other Carmel FC teams including the 2004 Boys Program, 2001 Girls Program and 2009 Boys Program. In addition to coaching he currently serves as General Manager for his Club.
He has two sons, JD and Henry and is married to Krystal Slivinski. Krystal also Refs for Carmel Dad's Club.
His personal Philosophy: "I believe soccer is more than a game. It teaches trust in others, being part of a team, and provides an opportunity for a player to continue to better ones' self. I believe in Carmel FC because of its mix of strong competitive soccer and family atmosphere. We want our players to create bonds and develop together over the many years they play for our club. The team becomes an extended family. In my opinion the team includes coaches, players, and parents."