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Cliff Brandmier

Cliff Brandmier

U12-U18 Girls Technical Director & LFC Central Coach

Phone: 734-658-3820

Cliff returns to the club as Technical Director for our older girls program (U11-U19) after a successful spell as Technical Director for Trebol Soccer Club in Louisville, Colorado, from 2016-2017.
 
Prior to Trebol, Cliff served as the assistant coach for the women’s soccer program at Western Michigan University from 2013-2016. During that time the team amassed 39 wins, 17 losses, 10 draws, winning two MAC conference tournament championships, and earning NCAA tournament bids in 2013 and 2015. In addition to his responsibilities at Western, Cliff also served Kingdom Soccer Club in Kalamazoo as head coach for several travel teams.

Cliff began his coaching career as an assistant coach at Big Rapids High School in Michigan under Justin Fox. Cliff has also coached for the Force Football Club (2009-2013), where he won a state cup championship with his U19 girls team in 2011. 
 
In 2012, Cliff was named the Rochester High School varsity girls soccer head coach where his team was ranked in the top 10 in division 1. In the 2013 campaign, his varsity girls team amassed a record of 20-3-5, and reached the Division 1 State Semi-final. He was also named District Coach of the Year, and Region Coach of the Year. Prior to coaching at Rochester High School, Cliff coached at his alma mater, Berkley High School from 2007-2011, leading the girls varsity program to its first ever district championship in 2010.
 
Cliff played at Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Michigan and graduated with a BA in Sports Management.
 
Qualifications:
USSF National "C" Coaching License
 
What does it mean to represent Liverpool FC:
"Having the opportunity to represent a club like Liverpool Football Club is life changing. Liverpool FC is one of the most recognized clubs, and brands in the world of soccer. The professionalism of our coaching staff, leadership, and the vision for our program is the biggest draw for me. Being able to help mold youth soccer players under "The Liverpool Way" will help them reach their soccer goals, but also help them mature as individuals.  For me as a coach this is a dream come true."