Assistant Director of Coaching Older Boys
License: USSF National "A"
His coaching career began at Etiwanda High School (Eagles) 1996-1998. He was the varsity coach for two years and led them to the Mt. Baldy League championship in 1998 and the California Interscholastic Federation quarterfinals. He also served as a consultant for the Jamaican Under 17 National team through World Cup qualifying in 2002-2004.
Coach Wallace served as the Assistant Director of Coaching at American Global Soccer School (AGSS) under current Iran Men’s Soccer team head Coach Afshin Ghotbi (former assistant coach of the Los Angels Galaxy, and the Korean Men's National team) Ghotbi is the only American coach to boast a 4th place world cup medal, together both coaches have guided many teams to domestic and International competitions, including the Nomads Tournament, Surf Cup, North Huntington Beach Cup, Dallas Cup and California Youth Soccer Association State National Cup and international competitions Chivas Cup (Mexico), Spartan Professional Youth Tournament (Netherlands) and Euro-Foot Tournament (Belgium). His AGSS teams have won two California Youth Soccer Association State National Cup Championships U19 boys in Southern California.
Over the years Coach Wallace has developed and placed many players into the U.S Men's Under U17 National team and Regional teams, Including David Johnson, David Arvizu, Dakota Collins, Ryan Neil and most recently Steve Palacios.
2005 Coach Wallace guided the United FC BU13 at the Schwans USA Cup in Minnesota, where the team competed against teams from around the world and won the championship. In the last two years he has also guided UFC Boys U17’s to the clubs first ever Cal South National Championship, that year his team fell four wins short of winning a national title, his current U19 Premier team is ranked # 9 In the Nation. His team’s has won numerous Tournaments (Surf Cup, Nomads College Showcase, Far West Regional league, NHB Cup, CSL Gold, CSL League Cup, Albion College Showcase, Schwans USA Cup, Capo Cup) he has been Instrumental in placing over 40 UFC players into College Soccer and has brought national recognition to United FC. His playing and coaching education has been highlighted by his time as a student and a professional of the game in the Netherlands over the past 12 years. He has represented his birth country Jamaica at the U17 and U20 levels.
Bryan Wallace has been the most successful coach at united FC in the history of our club.
Coach Wallace has 1 daughter Teagan Zion Wallace who on June 13th 2010 turned 2 years old.
• 2008-Present: University of Cal Irvine Men's Soccer Asst. Coach
• 2007: University of Cal Poly Pomona Men's Asst. Coach
• 2004-Present: United FC ADOC Older Boys
• 2004-Present: United FC Staff Coach
• 2002-04: Pateadore’s Staff Coach
• 1998-2003: American Global Soccer School (AGSS)1996-1998: Etiwanda HS