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Jason Neumann


Executive Director, Hoover Soccer Club

Jason Neumann is currently the Executive Director at Hoover Soccer Club, with the responsibility of developing business plan that both meets short term needs as well as a long range strategy that augments growth of the club.  He administers and enhances the club’s finances, membership development, corporate sponsorship, public relations as well as manages club employees and contract labor. In addition, he holds the role of Technical Director with an emphasis in an age appropriate curriculum and coaching education. 

Neumann initially joined Hoover Soccer Club in the Spring of 2007 in a technical consultant role. The following Fall he began working with U10 players, in particular, the Tykes and Intramurals. He has worked with many of the coaches at the club either as a coaching education instructor or college coach.

Originally from London, he completed his collegiate career at Birmingham Southern College, Al in 1992 before becoming the Men’s Assistant Coach for 4 years.  The Panthers compiled a record 45-19-4 and won their first District, Area titles as well as reaching their first NAIA Final Four in 1995.

In the Spring of 1993 and 1994 he helped coach the Mountain Brook High School Lady Spartans to the first Area and State Championship.  Besides his college role - he also played, coached [assistant] and became General Manager for the Birmingham Grasshoppers who played in the USISL between 1993 and 1996.

Following a four year hiatus he returned to coaching, at Gwynedd Mercy College Pa, in 2000 and in four years helped the new program to success both in and out of the classroom.  The Lady Griffins compiled a 52-23-5 record and reached the NCAA and ECAC playoffs, in addition to the conference final four all four years. The team was the only school in the eleven team conference to earn the NSCAA Academic Award all 4 years, as well as the first program to have an Academic All American.  Besides coaching, he also taught undergraduate business courses.

In the Fall of 2004, returned to the Magic City and combined working for a local corporation in the finance department with overseeing the soccer operations and all programs at Trussville Soccer Club.  He recently served as Interim Women’s Head Coach for John Carroll Catholic High School for 2009 and 2010.


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