Head trainer/ academy director - Steven Arroway
After his playing career ended with a Knee injury at Concordia University, in Irvine, Steven wanted to find a way to stay connected with the game he loves and pass on his passion and knowledge of the game to a younger generation. Growing up Coach Steven, played rec soccer till about 12 years old, when he made the jump to club soccer with Chelsea FC. He spent the next year playing for Chelsea, until they moved up to another club at Pateadores. From age 13-17 he played and captained the Flight 2 Pateadores team from Yorba Linda. In 2011, and 2012 he guided his team to the final 8 of State Cup. During his club years, he played at El Dorado HS for four years, and two as a Varsity starter and Team Captain his Senior year. He was named "Most Improved Player" his Junior year, and "Defensive Player of the Year" his Senior year, to go along with a C.I.F. Div. 3 quarterfinal appearance. After graduating in 2013, Steven received a soccer scholarship from Concordia University in Irvine, which was apart of the NAIA. He red-shirted his freshman year, where the team went on to win the GSAC regular season and tournament Championship. During the pre-season leading up to his Sophomore season, he tore his meniscus in a bad challenge with an attacker. After opting out of surgery, Steven transferred to Fullerton College to pursuer his B.S. in Kinesiology. He currently holds his USSF "E" soccer license, and is looking to finish the "D" license later this year.