PK Soccer Inc 516-342-0760

     Coaching and Club Managment Services 


PAUL KELSHAW 516-342-0760 [email protected]
  1. Educated in Sports Coaching and Exercise Sciences.
  2. Athlete focused with proven record in team motivation.
  3. Holds children, parents, and colleagues in high esteem and interacts with the greatest degree of professionalism and personal integrity.
  4. Dedicated to working in a proactive and productive environment, meeting and exceeding goals.
  5. Leadership in coaching, education and business.
  6. Experienced in travel and intramural youth soccer training throughout the Tri-state area and across the country.


  • NSCAA Premier Diploma 2017
  • USSF C License 2016 
  • USSF National Youth License 2014
  • NSCAA  Director of Coaching Diploma 2013
  • American Red Cross CRP, First Aid, AED, 2015
  • NSCAA Advanced National Diploma, 2009
  • NSCAA Goalkeeper National Diploma, 2009
  • NSCAA National Diploma, 2004
  • BSc (Honors) Sport Coaching and Exercise Science Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, England, 2004
  • FA Level 2 (UEFA C) Cheshire Football Association, 2002



Director of Coaching, Hewlett Lawrence Soccer Club, NY 2013-PRESENT

  1. Collaborate with President, VP of Travel and intramural.
  2. Manage and supervise trainers, coaches, parents and volunteers.
  3. Oversee intramural and travel program including camps, clinics and try outs.
  4. Conduct meetings and training with coaches, trainers and board members.
  5. Evaluate performance at training and games.
  6. Develop, implement and maintain age group curriculum and goals.
  7. Assist board members in the recruitment of trainers, coaches and referee’s
  8. Promote club within the community
  9. Train teams when needed
  10. Facility management including field and club office


Staff Director and Academy Camp Manager, NOGA Soccer, West Hempstead, NY – 2008 - 2013 

  1. Process and review applications for new employees.
  2. Organize and coordinate work Visas for hired staff through the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
  3. Maintain and update staff records including coaching qualifications and First Aid and CPR.
  4. Manage staff, conduct staff meetings and orientation on the field and office environment.
  5. Assist in the supervision and implementation of company’s philosophy.
  6. Advertise, organize, staff and direct camps including overnight accommodations, meals and extra-curricular activities..


Soccer Coach, NOGA Soccer, West Hempstead, NY – 2006 - 2013  

  1. Train, coach and manage players and teams (3 through 16), throughout the Tri-state area and Rhode Island, in the skills, philosophy, game tactics and fitness involved in soccer; including weekly, games and tournaments.

Provide player evaluations.

  1. Maintain professional relationships with referees, parents, parent coaches, and players.


Player Development officer, Major League Soccer, Secaucus, NJ – 2004 - 2005

  1. Spring, summer and fall programs across the country, in several states including: CA, CT, FL, NJ, NY, and RI.