Keeper Skool is a leading provider of online soccer goalkeeper information. Our team come from a broad range of football backgrounds, from football entrepreneurs and avid goalkeepers, to leading soccer educators. Please feel free to contact our staff at any time for any questions you may have in regards to your goalkeeping performance at email@example.com.
John Stevanja (Creator/Owner/Editor)
John created Keeper Skool when he discovered that there were only a handful of online resources available for the competitive soccer goalkeeper. John has played in the position of goalkeeper at an elite level both in Australia for Sydney United and Marconi Stallions and Europe trialling for clubs such as Dinamo Zagreb in Croatia. He is also a registered fitness instructor, with global certification from FISAF and holds his youth coaching license with an advanced pass.
Chris Campasano (Director Strategic Partnerships)
Chris has over 15 years experience as an entrepreneur and has worked extensively in the world of sport, most specifically football. He is co-founder of FootballersFC, an online educational and social portal for footballers, as well as the Director of Strategic Partnerships for Keeper-Skool.com. Chris has relationships with football professionals worldwide, and close ties with Major League Soccer and various teams within the league. He was a key member in the development of the Texas Pro Soccer Festival, an annual professional soccer tournament held in San Antonio, TX, and has worked on pre-season and exhibition matches, on both the International and Major League Soccer level. Chris is a board member of SAMYS (San Antonio Metropolitan Youth Soccer Institute), a non-profit charity that is instrumental in developing quality soccer fields in the San Antonio Metro area.
Dr. Edward P. Sakiewicz
Sakiewicz brings a diverse level of on-and-off the pitch expertise to Keeper-Skool. He holds a PhD in Management with an emphasis in Sports Entrepreneurship. His study is entitled, “A Comparative Study of Enterprise Risk Management and Decision Making Criteria Used for Developing Soccer-Specific Stadiums for Major League Soccer”. A successful sports entrepreneur and consultant, Sakiewicz serves as President of SAMYS, a Texas-based nonprofit charity developing facilities and stadiums throughout the region. Sakiewicz is the architect of the Texas Pro Soccer Festival, a week-long, MLS pre-season event. With close ties to the league, he collaborates often with clubs such as FC Dallas, Houston Dynamo, LA Galaxy, DC United and his brother Nick, the CEO & Managing Partner of MLS’ newest expansion team in Philadelphia. Sakiewicz serves as a lecturer and subject matter expert at the US Sports Academy and other schools. He played professionally as a developmental player in Europe in the 1980’s and his collegiate ball at the NCAA Division I powerhouse, Loyola College in Maryland. Sakiewicz trains keepers and keeper coaches at all levels.
Mark Williams has been a strength and conditioning coach for over 10 years during which time he has worked with numerous top goalkeepers. He has worked with soccer players at all levels of the game from club to the professional level. His clientele includes Tim Howard (Goalkeeper of Manchester United and Everton FC) and US National Team, Tony Meola of the Kansas City Wizards of Major League Soccer, Karina Leblanc of the Canadian National Team and the LA Sol of the WPS and Jon Conway of New York Red Bull of Major League Soccer. He has also worked with many collegiate and high school all-Americans. Williams’ played soccer (goalkeeper) at the college level at Montclair State University where he received all-conference honors.
He spent three seasons as the strength and conditioning coach for the New York Metrostars (currently New York Red Bull). He is the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for the New Jersey Sky Blue FC of the Women’s Professional Soccer. Mark Williams is the founder of Williams Soccer Performance Systems LLC based out of New Jersey.
Robert hails from South Australia and is both an accomplished competitive goalkeeper and goalkeeping coach. With 315 senior team games under his belt, Robert has developed his skills with Adelaide Raiders, Modbury Jets and Port Adelaide in the South Australian Super League (highest level of competition in South Australia). Robert also holds 17 state representative caps for South Australia. At a representative level Robert played for South Australia at an U/14 and U/15 level, represented the South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) in 1994 and 1995 (he was the first Australian representative to come from SASI) and was part of the Australian Joeys World Cup squad in 1995 which included the likes of Kewell, Emerton, Allsopp and Coyne. Since 2008, Robert has been the goalkeeping coach for SASI, part of the Football Federation Australia Goalkeeping Academy and is the South Australian state goalkeeping coach for the U/12′s and U/13′s. Robert holds his youth football license and youth goalkeeping license with an advanced pass.
Peter holds a Masters Degree in Education and a Bachelors Degree in Psychology and is currently the Roberts Wesleyan College Men’s Assistant Coach and Goalkeeper Coach. Peter holds the NSCAA National Goalkeeping Certification with a “Distinguished Pass”, the USSF/NSCAA Advanced Goalkeeping Diploma and a USSF National “C” License.
Peter has been a goalkeeper for over 21 years, playing at the RDSL Premier League and Division 1 levels in the USA. In 2000, he received the WXXI Teacher of the Year Award. Peter was also a Roberts Wesleyan College Soccer MVP, Roberts Wesleyan College Soccer Athlete of the Month and succeeded in winning an NCCAA Region 1 Championship and the NCCAA National Championships in Longview, Texas.
Peter holds the NSCAA National Youth Diploma as well as the English FA Fitness in Football and Psychology of Football diploma’s. He spent 5 years coaching in the NYSW Olympic Development Program as a Staff Coach and Goalkeeper Coach.
Currently Peter is the Goalkeeper Coach and Senior Staff Coach for the Doug Miller Soccer School and Academy in Rochester, NY. Peter is also registered United States Soccer Federation Referee.
Inaki comes to Keeper Skool with a wealth of goalkeeper training experience, hailing from Spain, Inaki has developed his skill as a goalkeeper trainer over 20 years with several clubs in Spain including the Espanyol Football Academy and the Jose Luis Navas Goalkeeper Academy. Inaki has completed his goalkeeper coaching courses with the Catalonia Football Federation. “Ini” as he is known around Keeper Skool, has a wealth of understanding when it comes to all sorts of goalkeeper gear and provides regular updates on the very latest goalkeeper gear in the market.