Jeff Pill of Complete Soccer Coach
Since 1994, Pill has been part of the National Instructional Staff, including helping to train the 1996 U.S. Women’s National Team Olympic team and coordinating the Under-14 Girls National Team program.
Jeff Pill’s forty-year career in soccer also includes coaching college soccer at New Hampshire College and high school soccer at the Derryfield School in New Hampshire. For seven years in a row (1986-1992), the boys’ team at Derryfield School won the state championship. Under Pill, Derryfield’s record included a 69-game winning streak and 122 games without a shutout.
In addition to his USSF “A” License, a NSCAA Advanded National Diploma, and a National Youth License for coaching, Jeff Pill’s awards include five New Hampshire Coach of the Year awards, Sportsman of the Year, New Hampshire Senior All-Star Coach, and the President’s Award from the New Hampshire Soccer Association. Pill has served on the New Hampshire Senior All-Star Selection Committee, Vice President for the New Hampshire Coaches Association, a technial reporter for FIFA during the 1994 and 1999 World Cup games, and Director of Coaching for New Hampshire. During his seven years as Director, player registration increased from 5,000 to 30,000.
Jeff Pill’s family includes his wife, Shari, and his three children, Sarah, Hannah, and Taylor.