We are excited to begin summer training this week! While we are eager to hit the fields and return to play, things will be a bit different as we start this week. As you all know we are still under phase 2 restrictions. As a result, the way we conduct training is going to be a bit different than you are use to. Below you will find some information on what to expect along with some of the precautions we are taking to ensure the health and safety our players and coaches.
Michele Maramot was raised in Virginia Beach, and has lived in Williamsburg with her husband and three children for 8 years. Michele is the proud mom of three boys, all soccer players with the Tidewater Sharks. She has been a Radiologic Technologist for 10 years and enjoys taking care of her patients at Williamsburg Urgent Care right here in town. Michele is an active member at Lifepointe Christian Church where she is the assistant teacher in one of the elementary classrooms on Sunday mornings.
Athletic college recruiting can seem overwhelming, but with some research, planning, and courage – you can navigate the process.
Kaimare, known to many as Kai, was born and raised in the southern most isles of the Caribbean, Trinidad and Tobago. Passionate about sports and assisting others reach their full potential, Kai has worked with hundreds of athletes and coaches across the U.S. since 2012 ranging from DI colleges, soccer academies and national sport organizations. Besides consulting with athletes & coaches, Kai has presented his work in various national & state conferences such as the United Soccer Coaches Convention, the Annual Sport Psychology Conference, and the National Coaching Conference.
The Girls ECNL Regional League – Virginia will become the newest competition platform in the ECNL this August, providing a new competitive pathway to the ECNL Open Cup for clubs across Virginia.
The Richmond United Boys Development Academy is pleased to announce a landmark partnership with two of Virginia’s most progressive youth soccer clubs, Fredericksburg FC and Tidewater Sharks.