Weller’s resume and qualifications are backed by years of training and licenses/diplomas obtained through the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA), Goalkeeping Institute, and the United States Soccer Federation (USSF).
Born and raised in Vicenza, Italy, Weller played for F.I.G.C. San Bortolo Fiamma, a local club before being offered a professional contract at the age of 14 as a US goalkeeper with Cesena in 1983. He is a highly regarded goalkeeper trainer in the South Florida area, and is responsible for training goalkeepers at all levels, from the U9 age up to the professional field in both the men’s and women’s sides. Weller has ties to goalkeepers currently playing with the Women’s US Soccer National Team, US Developmental Academy, and is currently working as the goalkeeper coach for Nova Southeastern University Men’s Soccer.
Since 2012, Weller has continued to attend and receive guidance with goalkeeper training from the Montreal Impact First Team and Ottawa Fury Goalkeeper Coach Youssef Dahha and from the Goalkeeper Academy. He also received private training with Vicenza Calcio under the eye of Goalkeeper Coach Enzo Biaggio. Furthermore, Weller continues to receive guidance from top level coaches, such as Phil Wheddon, Eric Steele, and Andrew Sparkes. His accolades include:
- US Soccer Federation National Goalkeeper License
- US Soccer Federation National “C” License
- NSCAA Advanced National Goalkeeper Diploma
- US Soccer Federation Florida National Training Center (NTC) Women’s Goalkeeper Coach
- US Soccer Women’s Developmental Academy
Goalkeeper training schedule can be found here.
For more information please contact Giuseppe Weller.