Archive for the ‘Austin Texas soccer’ Category

Austin Soccer Photos

June 20, 2008

So I have tons of photos from the World Cup 2006, Dallas Cups, AMSA games, Austin Aztex games and more.  I have always wanted to share these photos but never had the time to do so.  I used to have a personal site that I used from my family but I never had the time to build the features that I wanted.  I have scrapped the old site and set up a Flickr group for everyone to contribute to.  Check it out:

Austin Soccer Photos

Please upload your photos.  This group will be member moderated so come on guys and gals….let’s upload only relevant photos.

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Summer Season kicks off June 1

April 23, 2008

If you are interested in playing soccer this summer registration has active. The fee for the summer is $400. While the summer does not count or carry as much weight as the full fall/spring season, it is a chance to get out, stay in shape and enjoy the beautiful game.

Please visit the official website for the Austin Men’s Soccer Association for more information and to register online.

If you are looking for a team and would like to have a captains list emailed to you please contact me and let me know which division you are interested in.

See you on the pitch….

Austin Aztex announce coaching hire

February 21, 2008

Austin Aztex Soccer Club today announced the appointment of Adrian Heath as Head Coach.

Heath has an outstanding track record in the game both as a player and as a Coach. He played professionally in Europe for over eighteen years, beginning his career with his hometown club Stoke City before moving onto play for Everton, Espanyol, Aston Villa & Manchester City. At Everton, Heath won two League Championships, the F.A. Cup and European Cup Winners Cup in a six year span; his performances for the club earned him a place in the Everton Hall of Fame.

Heath played for two seasons in Spain with Espanyol before returning to English soccer with Aston Villa and then Manchester City. He finished his playing career with Burnley.

After an illustrious playing career Heath turned his skills and attention to Coaching. He has Coached and been an Assistant Coach for more than twelve years, working at the likes of Sunderland AFC, Leeds United, Everton & Coventry City. He currently holds the highest available Coaching qualification, the UEFA Pro License.

Click here to view the full press release.