About Us

Currently this has three subpages:

The main page addresses our mission and our benefits which are :


The goal of West Virginia Futbol Club is to promote the growth and raise the standard of youth soccer in the state of West Virginia. The West Virginia Futbol Club will promote, sponsor, organize, and administer soccer programs – which shall include the highest levels of play, guidance, instruction and competition – emphasizing skill development, teamwork, and good sportsmanship for the committed soccer player. With diverse programs open to players ages 8 to 19, from the recreational to the elite level, we aspire to help young players build a love for the game.

Thank you for your interest in the West Virginia Futbol Club. We are a youth travel soccer club with boys and girls teams across several age groups whose mission is, quite simply making players better.  If your family is new to travel soccer or to WVFC, you likely have several questions. This information sheet is designed to address them, but please feel free to contact the club officers if you have any additional requests.


Quality Coaching

The WV Futbol Club provides knowledgeable and experienced coaches to its member teams. These coaches are licensed, recruited, selected, assigned, developed and supervised by our Directors of Coaching. Our coaching staff is by far the best in the state. 

Supplemental Training and Development

The West Viirginia Futbol Club seeks to provide additional training and development opportunities to its members, both specialized and general. Among these are goalkeeper training, speed and agility training, and informational sessions on topics such as goal-setting and playing soccer in college

Competition Selection

The network of contacts with other soccer clubs throughout West Virginia and in surrounding states helps assist member teams who seek admission to prestigious leagues and tournaments or who desire friendly matches with other teams. In addition, WVFC hosts or assists with numerous competitive opportunities that provide a venue in which our member teams can be showcased.

Administrative Assistance

WVFC provides assistance to team managers in navigating the regulations and requirements associated with travel soccer, helping them to avoid pitfalls in the process. Through the club’s membership with the WV Soccer Association, teams and players enjoy medical insurance coverage in the event of injuries from team activities

  1. (Subpage 1) Meet the Board
WVFC Board Of Directors

The Board of Directors for WVFC (“BOD”) is a body of elected or appointed members of the Club who jointly oversee the activities of the organization.  Each position within the BOD is elected annually by the membership for two year terms.  To help promote stability and consistency, the Club has two Class’ of Directors whose terms are staggered every other year.  Board seats consist of the President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, At-Large (2), and an elected representative from the Player Development Committee.

In general, the Club’s BOD is comprised of a fair representation of the membership.  Effort is continually made to ensure that equal representation from the Academy (Boys/Girls) and Travel (Boys/Girls) is achieved as well has geographic considerations.  The Club enjoys a wide footprint that spans the I64 corridor east of Charleston to west of Huntington.  In addition, with a large pool of membership, the Club looks to draw on the personal and professional strengths of its members to serve in appropriate positions.

The BOD of WVFC meets in person no less often than on a monthly basis.  All of the meetings are conducted in an open session and are available to any of its membership or invited guests to attend.  It is common place for the BOD to conduct business through tele-conference or emails between meetings should immediate needs arise that may be time sensitive. 


Randall Coleman

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Vice President

Michael Rudge

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Angela Mayfield

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Rob Price

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At Large

Deitrich Clark

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At Large

Dick Trethewey

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Coaching Representative

Mark Conley

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WVFC Administration

Club Administrator –

Travis Callihan

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Player Development Committee –

Mark Conley

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Academy Director –

Kimberly D’Angelo

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Boy’s Coordinator –

Alex Fatovic

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Girl’s Coordinator –

Petsa Ivanovic

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Assistant Directors

Brian Sheilds

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Cameron Fuqua

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Roland Fisher and Steve Green

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(Subpage 2) Contact Us


Alex Fatovic

Boys Coordinator 

Petsa Ivanovic

Girls Coordinator

Kimberly D’Angelo

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The Player Development Committee is a six-person committee made up of senior members of the club solely focused on making group decisions in the best interest of the players and WVFC. We understand that every team, player, and situation has unique characteristics that make most decisions a case-by-case basis. Through collaboration between coaches, the PDC and parents, WVFC is confident in its process for determining the direction of soccer-related issues and concerns. WVFC is also confident the six members of the PDC will make informed, abstract, and objective decisions. The PDC meet on a monthly basis to plan, prepare, and resolve any issues relating to players as well as plan for upcoming events and other situations that may arise. If you would like to bring something to the PDC’s attention do not hesitate to contact one the PDC via this email: 

  1. (Subpage 3) Meet your coaches


Alex Fatovic

Joined WVFC in 2012

Boys Travel Coordinator

Current PDC member

Assistant Soccer Coach at Marshall University

Certifications: USSF B License, NSCAA Advanced National Diploma, USSF National Youth License

Petsa Ivanovic

Played at an academy in Serbia from the ages 12-18

2008: UC Men’s Soccer Program

2009 – 2016: Played for WV Chaos PDL team

2012 – 2014: Assistant Coach at the University of Charleston

2015 – now: Joined WVFC and has won 5 State Cup Championships

Currently Volunteer Assistant Coach at Marshall University

ODP 2000 Boys Head Coach

Certifications: USSF E Qualification

Kimberly D’Angelo

University of Charleston (UC): Lettered all four years as an All-Conference or All-Region selection, named the WVIAC Freshman of the Year, served as captain Junior and Senior years

Multiple award winner: Offensive Player of the Week Honors as a center mid

Assistant Coach at UC while pursuing MBA

During tenure at UC: Women’s soccer team first and second NCAA appearances, first Sweet 16 appearance, two conference championship appearances, first Top 25 national ranking

Girls coach in The WVFC Academy for 2005 and 2008/2009 teams

Chris Bohach

Awards: Gatorade Player of the Year in West Virginia in 2003

Wingate University: 4 year starter and Foodlion’s SAC Player of the Year in 2007

2003 – 2011: Played in the PDL and with the WV Chaos

Certifications: USSF D, Advanced National Diploma

Mark Conely

Played as a youth for the CYC, Catholic Youth Counsel, through college and played at Maryville University

Played for a few different clubs and won a state championship

Coaching in WV for 24 years at multiple clubs, currently at WVFC

Certifications: USSF D license

Kevin Long

1993 – 1998: District and State Head Coach in Virginia

United States Soccer Federation (USSF) member since 1994, NSCAA member since 1998, American Association of University Professors (AAUP) member since 2003

2004: Director of the Kevin Long Soccer Academy

Current Head Coach of the Marshall University Women’s Soccer Program, WVFC Coach, and PDC Member

Olympic Development Program (ODP) Region I Senior Staff member

Certifications: United States Soccer Federation “B” License, NSCAA “Advanced National” diploma

Erika Duncan

Played in the Scottish Premier League for U17 – U19 and Women’s National teams

2007 – 2011: Played soccer at Marshall University

Coach with WVFC since 2010

Current Assistant Coach for Marshall Women’s Soccer

Certifications: USFF D License

Drew Sutler

Began playing soccer in WV as part of the Rowdies Soccer Club

Coach with WVFC since inception

Has children in the club and oversees the development of the current 2007 boys team

Certifications: Licensed USSF Coach

Peyton Miller

Currently in 3rd year on Marshall University Women’s Soccer team

Has played in amateur professional team in Ohio, The Columbus Eagles

Has played with Ohio Premier in the ECNL

Provides individual training sessions for youth soccer players

Certifications: E License

Shinya Turley

Coaching for 8 years, 4 years at WVFC

Played for Alderson-Broaddus University for 4 years and PDL team WV Chaos

Certifications: USSF B License

Daniel Smee

Current Assistant Coach with the Division II National Champions, the University of Charleston

Coached at UC, West Virginia Wesleyan College (WVWC), Lees-McRae College and Slippery Rock University

Club coaching experience in the UK and Charleston area with many clubs

Played collegiately with WVWC: three-year captain, Athletic and Academic All-American

Played in the Scottish Premier League for Gretna FC

Certifications: USSF E License, FA Level Two coaching badge

Brian Shields

Played at University of Mobile

Member of the WV ODP State coaching staff

2016 WVSA ODP Coach of the Year

Coached boys and girls on every level of youth soccer in this area for over 20 years

Currently coaching within the WVFC Academy 2009 Boys group

Certifications: USSF D License

Cameron Fuqua

ME Zulauf

Ivey Nucelli

Chris Grassi

Dennis Abewha

Jayne Lawman

Ross Holland

Daniel Stratford

Glen Butler

Dion Peters

Rafael Simoes