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We are a group of coaches who have developed their professional work in SPAIN and UNITED STATES with degrees in top-level football and the desire to further exchange knowledge with different environments.

ADD+SOCCER was born from the encounter of two soccer cultures and the strong believe that progress is a combination of cooperation and knowledge.

From this point, once we have analyzed both soccer realities in USA and Spain, we consider that it is possible to ‘bridge the gap between soccer’, and then use this bridge to share projects, ideas and knowledge that enrich each other; always from the premise of quality and excellence.
Philosophy
There are four solid foundations where our philosophy of coaching is based:
Team Model
Excellence in soccer from a team model inspired by the characteristics that identify teams as the Spanish national team and all their youth teams, FC Barcelona, and many more. Such traits are based on empowering the young player with a character and a proactive spirit that permits the initiative during the game at all times.
Training Methodology
  • Respect for the different learning curves from each player.
  • Assumes that the mistake itself is fundamental for the young player in the process of learning when integrating and assimilating the information delivered.
  • Promoting diversity and creativity (talent) in decision-making of young players.
Practice Training Management
We think that the information and contents transmitted are as relevant as the way we connect and share with our players.
Education in Values
We use soccer as a very effective instrument to instill in our young players solid values such as Fair Play, team work, self-improvement, self-sacrifice, and also, to spread and promote the necessary respect for all the elements that are part of the game itself (opponents, referees, coaches, audience, etc).
David García-Hevia – Director International Coaching
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David Garcia-Hevia
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Coaching Licenses
Soccer coaching
Director of Coaches
Youth National License
B National License
Bronze international Coaching
C National License
D National License
E National License
2012
2012
2010
2006
2003
2002
2000
1999
Diploma, Spain
National Diploma
License Number 18397
License Number 18397
License ICA
License Number 18397
Coaching Experience
3 weeks training in Spain with Valencia FC, Villarreal FC, Malaga FC, Granada FC, Almeria FC, Murcia FC and Melilla FC.
1 Season of Alfred University Technical assistant
11 Seasons of coaching in Rochester Futbol Club (U6-U18) Premier Soccer
16 Seasons of coaching New York West (U10-U18) Premier Soccer
3 Seasons of Director of Coaching and Player Development Brockport Soccer Club (U6-U18)
2 Seasons of Director of Player Development Calloway United Soccer Academy
1 Season of Harley Allendale Columbia High School Soccer (Champion)
2 Seasons New York West State champion
3 Seasons New York West Finalist
8 times Youth Tournament champion
9 times League champion
Playing Experience
Soccer player since 5 years old
Played in Mexico premier youth teams all the way to 4 year college
Successfully 4 year soccer career at ITESM College in Mexico
1985 played with Cruz Azul professional team
Played Men’s 1st 2nd and 3rd Division semi-professional soccer
Currently playing in the Rochester Adult District Soccer League
Coaching Philosophy
I strive for player development in and out the field, promoting competitive soccer in a fun, safe, and positive environment. Develop and improve each player’s technical ability and better understanding of the game tactically. Train the player’s to develop a well-rounded player who can play multiple positions. Improve player’s speed of play. I provide my players with situational recommendation that would help them make better decisions. It is my job to analyze their results and provide feedback and assist them in learning from their past experiences so that in the future they might make the best decisions available to them. I believe that the best one can hope for in life is to be held accountable for the actions and decisions one makes - to reap the accolades or accept the criticisms.
Other
Have two sons 22 and 20, who played from 8 years old to 4 years college
Volunteer coach at Bergen, Fairport and Rochester community youth soccer
Professional Education
ITESM Mexico
BA, Business Administration
ITESM Mexico
Marketing Management Program
ITESM Mexico
Marketing Manager’s Program
ITESM Mexico
Update in Marketing
1986
Summer 1989
Summer 1993
Fall 1993
Professional resume and References Available upon Request.
José Antonio Martínez Haro – Vice-President Coaching
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José Antonio Martínez Haro
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Coaching Licenses
Physical Education Degree
National License Level 1
National License Level 2
National License Level 3
Master-Leadership in soccer enterprises
Master-Professional Organize Soccer
1992-1995
1995/1996
2000/2001
2001/2002/2003
2006
2007
4 Year Program
10 Months Program
10 Months Program
10 Months Program
1 year Program
1 year Program
Universidad de Granada
Spanish Futbol Federation
Spanish Futbol Federation
Spanish Futbol Federation
KERNABA
CESFUTBOL
Coaching Experience
6 seasons of coaching Sierra Nevada-Cenes futbol Club, Granada (Spain) youth soccer program (U10 – U16)
6 seasons of coaching Sierra Nevada-Cenes futbol Club, Granada (Spain)Professional Youth Program (U17- U23)
2 seasons of coaching in Ogíjares 89 C.F First Division Professional Andaluza League
2 Season coaching in Arenas de Armilla Cultura y Deporte Third Division Professional Spanish League
1 Season of Head Coach coaching in C.D. Huétor Vega First Division Professional Andaluza.
Teaching Coaching Experience
14 Years of teaching Physical education Elementary, Granada Spain.
Topic: Soccer, Values promoter. Coloquio Congress, Gabias (Granada Spain), November 2004.
Topic: Direct Attack. I Seminar for Soccer Coaches, Gabias (Granada Spain) October 2006.
Topic: Direct Attack II Seminar for Soccer Coaches Linares (Jaén, Sapin) February 2007.
Permanent Teacher at the Head Coaches School in Andalucia for Licenses 1 and 2. Granada Spain, 2007-10.
Interaction between Coach and Physical trainer in a High Performance soccer team. High Performance Soccer School. Granada Spain, May 2001
Topic: Development of a Tactical Structure in a soccer Team. High Performance Soccer School. Granada Spain, May 2002
Topic: Alternative Coaching-Teaching models in Team Sport. Jaen University. Spain MAY 2003
Topic: Base, structure and development of the Coaching-Teaching model of a soccer academy. Cheste University Valencia Spain, May 2003
Conferences: Barcelona FC playing system and the specific training program. Spain July-December 2009
Topic: 4-3-3 Tactical soccer model. I International soccer Congress. La Coruña Spain, December 2011
Spanish Soccer Coaches School Professor for the National Licenses Level 1, 2, and 3. Andalucia Spain, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009.
Publications
Magazines
Countart attack and quick attack. Training Futbol Magazine (#119) Valladolid Spain 2006
System Development and practicing the system. Training Futbol Magazine (#122) Valladolid Spain 2006
Direct Attack. Training Futbol Magazine (#133, and 135) Valladolid Spain 2007
Example for a team’s Analysis. Training Futbol Magazine (#141) Valladolid Spain 2008
Tactical Structure and practicing the Direct attack. MC Sports. Vigo Pontevedra Spain. 2012
Coaching Philosophy
I pay attention to offer a comprehensive soccer education in all areas in which the player as a person should be developed: social, mental, technical, tactical and physical. For this it is important to have a good working environment, where the relationship with the players is very direct and clear. At the beginning of the process, in consensus with the player, it is important to set up individual target objectives, which must interact and engage with the team’s goals.
It is necessary for technical/tactical development, a perfect stages structure for player’s formation, where you increase your tactical culture from a greater knowledge of the game. Where player development is based on improved the perception of what happens at different points throughout the game so players take the correct decisions and improved their execution. It is important the principle of individualization of training, but without forgetting that this is a team sport, where interactions between team members happen, promoting attitudes, habits and cooperative skills and transmit that the good of the group will be the individual benefit.
Other
Have one son 9 and one daughter 4
Coach at Granada, and Huércal-Overa community youth soccer
Professional Education
Granada University
EGB, Physical Education
1995
Professional resume and References Available upon Request.
Antonio Ángel Barea Villegas – Vice-President Training & Methodology
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Antonio Angel Barea Villegas
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Coaching Licenses
National License Level 1
National License Level 2
National License Level 3
Master - Professional Soccer
Master - College, Training and Leading
Master - Expert in Sports Coaching
1999/2000
2000/2001
2001/2002
2006
2007
2009
10 Months Program
10 Months Program
10 Months Program
1 year Program
1 year Program
1 year Program
Spanish Futbol Federation
Spanish Futbol Federation
Spanish Futbol Federation
CESFUTBOL
University Camilo Jose Cela
Spanish Futbol Federation
Coaching Experience
3 seasons of coaching in Head Coach CD Huetor Tajar, Third Division (Spain) Professional
2 Season of Head Coach coaching Head Coach Arenas CyD, Third Division (Spain) Professional
2 seasons of coaching in CD. Iznalloz Youth Program (U17- U23)
2 Season coaching in Ogijares 89 First Division Regional Professional Spanish League
2 Season of Head Coach coaching UD Maracena Youth Program (U17- U23)
2 Season of Assistant coach UD Maracena Youth Program (U17- U23)
2 Season of Technical Director First Division Granada FC. Granada Spain
Soccer Expert Analyst First Division Granada FC. Granada Spain
3 Seasons of Director of Coaching and Player Development (U6-U18) First Division Granada FC. Granada Spain
3 Seasons of Director of Coaching and Player Development C.D. Iznalloz (U6-U18) Granada Spain
Teaching Coaching Experience
10 years Spanish Soccer Coaches School Professor for the National Licenses Level 1, 2, and 3. Andalucia Spain.
Playing Experience
Soccer player since 5 years old
MOTRIL C.F.
C.P. EJIDO
ATARFE I.
A.D. ADRA
GRANADA C.F.
1995/1997
1994/1995
1993/1994
1992/1993
1987/1992
Coaching Philosophy
I am currently a professor of CEDIFA, an organization dedicated to training future soccer coaches. I also formed part of a project to bring the world of sports counseling to the coaches / soccer players. In the last decade I have been training soccer players from the Spanish Professional League and members from the Granada CF coaching staff to scouting traveling around the country. I'm an active person and am very interested in expanding my horizons looking for experiences to assist in my development. From this concern, I consider important to explore other settings where interacting and sharing knowledge.
I strive for player development in and out the field, promoting competitive soccer in a fun, safe, and positive environment. Develop and improve each player’s technical ability and better understanding of the game tactically. Train the player’s to develop a well-rounded player who can play multiple positions. Improve player’s speed of play. I provide my players with situational recommendation that would help them make better decisions.
I was a strong contributor to Oscar Cano Moreno’s book “El Modelo de Juego del FC Barcelona, editorial MCsport 2009”.
Professional Education
Granada University
EGB, Physical Education
1995
Professional resume and References Available upon Request.