The Tony Stevens Way
Why is Tony’s Training Special?
“Quality training breeds quality players”
Tony Stevens’ unorthodox training method, which combines psychology and technical expertise, is the key to producing quality players. He demands the very highest standards and leads by example.
Tony is passionate about the game he loves and is equally passionate about making his students champions both on and off the field. Something that he has taken great pride in doing since the ‘80s.
Tony will motivate, challenge and inspire you. He may be tough and demanding but he is absolutely dedicated to bringing out the best in you!
Director/Founder of SUPREME SOCCER
Tony Stevens has well over 30 years extensive practical coaching experience which is second to none and he has a proven track record that places him at the forefront of his profession. He is respected by both peers and players alike and is one of the most sought after trainers around and as a result his services are in constant demand.
His training methods have consistently produced Top Collegiate Scholarship Players of whom a significant number have gone on to play professionally and a few nationally and he is the one College Coaches call when recruiting.
He is a leader, innovator, and stays abreast of current developments and training methods by constantly progressing and seeking out contemporary training principles.
Tony Stevens is a consummate soccer trainer who inspires and motivates others with his enthusiasm and passion for the game. He is a disciple of ‘skilful soccer’ and dedicated to ‘Total Player Development’. Being a purist and ‘positive coach’ Tony also uses soccer to help young people learn ‘life lessons’ and character building traits. “It’s never really just all about soccer, it’s a great ride in our journey through life” says Tony.
Constantly in the public eye and under scrutiny he has shared and gained knowledge, working throughout the country at numerous prestigious soccer camps with coaches from all over the world. He also returns to Europe at least once a year to enhance his knowledge.
Tony Stevens and Carolina Morace Former World Player of the Year, Current Women’s National Team Coach for Canada
Tony’s unique flair, dynamic energy and absolute love for the game inspires all. His flamboyant style is spiced with humor and his genuine love and passion for the game is contagious, so be sure to catch it! He’s an entertainer; an artist at work -‘show-time’ begins the moment Tony steps foot onto the field!
Tony works year round conducting soccer clinics, coaching demos and provides soccer education programs for both players and youth coaches.
Presently he offers his services to all Youth Soccer Clubs and School Teams as a trainer/consultant plus he conducts private group sessions and ‘one on one’ private personal performance training.
He firmly believes that players at whatever level will improve with his method, inspiration and motivation.
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Learn to play the skillful way with Master Coach – Tony Stevens.
One of the nation’s finest practical youth coaches.Tony Stevens offers a unique, comprehensive training program for players of all ages and levels. he prepares players physically and mentally to succeed in the game of socer. Building upon a solid foundation of baisc techniques, Tony develops skills, tactical awareness and an insight to the inner game of soccer. This method and philosophy generate immediate improvement in a player’s ability and lasting benefits for an entire playing career.
- Develop a positve winning attitude
- Master the essentials, basic techniques and sophisticated skills
- Obtain leadership qualities
- Realize your fullest potential
- Earn respect and recognition
- Play with new found passion and desire
- Learn to understand the games within the game
- Acquire character building traits through discipline, teamwork and honesty
Learn to play the skillful way with Master Coach – Tony Stevens
One of the nation’s finest practical youth coaches
The program will focus on every aspect of the game- technical, tactical, physical, and psychological. The ideal preparation for college-bound players, high school and all competitive travel team players. Four action packed sessions of fun and learning.
College: University of South Carolina
Professional: MLS (LA Galaxy, MetroStars)
MLS Cup with Real Salt Lake
International: Hannover 96 (Germany)
2002 FIFA World Cup
Coach: MLS Chicago Fire
Mathis earned his first cap for the U.S. national team on November 6, 1998, against Australia. His first goal came on November 15, 2000, in a 4–0 win over Barbados.
At the 2002 FIFA World Cup, Mathis shaved his hair into a mohawk and scored a goal in the United States’ 1–1 draw with South Korea.
Mathis was drafted sixth overall by the Los Angeles Galaxy in the first round of the 1998 MLS College Draft. After two and a half years with Los Angeles, Mathis was moved to the MetroStars.
Broke the MLS record by scoring five goals against the Dallas Burn on August 26, 2000. He finished second in the league in scoring with 16 goals and 14 assists and was named to the MLS Best XI. 2001 saw Mathis score seven goals in his first six games, including the league’s eventual Goal of the Year on a half-field run against Dallas.
In 2004, Mathis left the MetroStars to sign on a free transfer with Hannover 96 of the German Bundesliga. He finished his Metro career with 33 goals in league play and 39 in all competitions.
Mathis was born in Conyers, Georgia and played club soccer at a young age for Rockdale Youth Soccer Association, and then for AFC Lightning, a Georgia powerhouse producing players such as current U.S. international Ricardo Clark. He played school ball for Heritage High School, a state champion, and played college soccer at the University of South Carolina.
College: Clemson University
ACC Championship, NCAA Final Eight
Professional: A-League, MLS
Wilson was drafted by the MLS side, Kansas City Wizards in 1999, but chose to play for the A-League side, Charleston Battery instead, where he was voted Defender of the Year by the fans in his debut year.
In 2001 and 2002, Wilson was again voted Charleston’s Defender of the Year in 2002.
Wilson helped Charleston win the A-League Championship in 2003 and was an All-League First Team defender.
Wilson played college soccer at Clemson University as a forward.
During his time with the Tigers, Wilson helped them to an ACCChampionship and an appearance in the NCAA Final Eight (1998).
He tallied 18 goals and 35 assists in his college career.
High school: St Thomas Aquinas
College: University of Virginia Cavaliers
Professional: FC Valur (Iceland)
Participant in UEFA champions league
After graduation Miskel was drafted into the WPS. She was the Freedom’s last draft pick in 2010. She then joined Valur where she became a starter and had a chance to experience the UEFA’s Champions League.
She will be a part of the WPSL in 2012 representing the Maryland Capitols FC.
Miskel is a University of Virginia graduate and a proud alumna of their women’s soccer program. During her four-year career at UVA, she scored 18 goals and had 18 assists. She was a large part of helping the Cavaliers earn several accolades while there. They include: All Mid-Atlantic Freshman team, Santa Clara All-tournament team, Arizona State All-tournament team and University of Virginia All-tournament team.
Caitlin had a distinguished high school career. She was a NSCAA Youth and High School All-American, a two-time Gatorade Florida Player of the Year … SoccerBuzz Top 50 recruit … Got Milk Class 5-A Player of the Year … Miami Herald Player of the Year … three-time 1st team All-State …
She had 105 goals and 89 assists in her high school career. She helped St. Thomas Aquinas to the 2004 and 2005 State Championships and the 2004 National Championship. She is also a veteran of the Region 3 ODP team
Highschool: TopDrawerSoccer Ranked 85 US, 6th in Florida
State: 2010 2A State Player of the Year
Regional: ODP Reg’l 2007-10 – Capt. 09, 10
College: Duke University
Member of the U-17 U.S. Nat’l Team pool
A tri-captain in 2013 and 2014 in the Duke NCAA Tournament record book, ranks tied for fifth in points (7) and tied for eighth in assists (3) … started 54 of 73 games played.
Member of the U-17 U.S. National Team pool.
Regional Team Experience:
Played on the ODP Regional Team from 2007-10… served as team captain in 2009 and 2010, when she helped her team to three second-place finishes at the regional championship … named MVP of a game against Honduras in the 2008 FIFA Costa Rica International Tournament … has traveled with her ODP team to Portugal, Denmark, Sweden and Costa Rica … attended three ODP inter-regional events.
Ranked No. 85 in the TopDrawerSoccer.com player rankings … listed as the sixth-best player in the state of Florida … 2010 2A State Player of the Year … helped The King’s Academy to four-straight district championship titles from 2007-09 … in four years, collected 83 goals and 66 assists … a five-year letter winner … as a senior, totaled 17 goals and 12 assists in 17 games … first team All-State honoree … guided her team to the state final four her junior season … selected to the National Christian School Athletic Association second team All-America as a junior … a first team All-State pick and All-State Player of the Year finalist as a junior … a first team All-Area selection by The Palm Beach Post and Sun Sentinel as a sophomore and junior … team captain as a sophomore, junior and senior … voted team MVP her junior and senior seasons … named Female Athlete of the Year by The King’s Academy in 2009 and 2010 … following a sophomore season of 34 goals and 21 assists, she scored 26 goals and 21 assists as a junior … a member of the club team, Team Boca, from 2007-present, ranked one of the top 10 teams nationally … led U-17 Team Boca (White) to the 2010 Florida State Championship … helped her club team to the Region III Southeastern Premier League Championship and the Florida state championship in 2008 … selected for an athletic scholar award for four straight years from 2006-09 … finished eighth in the 1A and 2A 800 meters for Track & Field in 2010 … member of the track & field team, who captured the 4×800 gold medal at the state championship … 2010 Varsity Girls Track Coaches Award … three-year member of the Science National Honor Society and National Honor Society … treasurer of Key Club … Student Government President … Student Ambassador from 2005-10 … selected to homecoming court as a senior … Palm Beach Pathfinder for Athletics representing The King’s Academy in 2010.
High school: Atlantic Community High
Under-20 National Team
U.S. Under-15 and Under-14 teams.
Mandy is a proud member of the U.S. Under-20 National Team. She competed in Under-17 World Cup qualifying and has also been a member of the U.S. Under-15 and Under-14 teams.
She lists beating Canada in the Under-17 World Cup qualifiers as her most thrilling sports moment.
As a true freshman, Mandy started all 20 games for the USC Trojans on the back line. She earned All-Pac-12 First Team honors, becoming the first Trojan to earn the honor since 2009 and the first true freshman to earn the honor since Olympian Amy Rodriguez in 2005. She also earned a spot on the Pac-12 All-Freshman team. She was named to the Minnesota Gold Classic All-Tournament Team, and was also selected CS360 National Freshman of the Week.
Mandy was named an NSCAA High School All-American from 2011-13 out of Atlantic Community High in Delray Beach, FL. She scored 10 goals and had 12 assists as a senior and was a two-time all-county first team pick and four-time all-conference first team selection. Played club for Boca United, Team Boca and Renegades/Coral Springs United.
College: Florida State University
Professional: Dalsjöfors GoIF (Sweden)
US National Team
India Trotter is a former U.S. Women’s National Team member and a Florida State University All-American. Trotter was a member of the U.S. Women’s National Team from 2006-09 where she was an alternate for the 2007 Women’s World Cup and 2008 Beijing Olympic squads. Recruited as “5%er”, Trotter finished her FSU
Dalsjöfors GoIF (Sweden)
Currently, Trotter is an Assistant Coach at the University of South Carolina- Upstate in Spartanburg, SC, where she experiences the rigors of the daily recruitment process of the “95%” with the hopes to help Head Coach Abby Minihan build and leave a lasting legacy.
He has a vast knowledge of the game and I m still amazed at the dedication and the amount of hours he spends on the training field.
“Tony’s attention to detail and demands for consistent high standards has helped produce some of the brightest soccer talent to come out of South Florida in the last 20 years.”
He has a vast knowledge of the game and I m still amazed at the dedication and the amount of hours he spends on the training field.
“Tony’s knowledge, educational methods, and overall enthusiasm for the game are second to none.
“Tony Stevens is an unbelievable person and one of a kind. I wouldn’t trade him for any other trainer in the world… He is truly above the rest.”
“… if you want to reach your full potential as a soccer player, I would highly recommend individual sessions with Tony Stevens.”
“Tony Stevens could arguably be one of the best soccer trainers in not only the South Florida area, but in America as well.
I have seen world class coaches work up close and personal. it might be a bold statement to make, but through all my interactions I have yet to meet a trainer with more quality than Tony.
I have seen coaches from ll over the world, and I can honestly say that I have not found anyone who can offer what Tony can.
Other Notable Successes
Charlie Morgan: Captain of 1984 NCAA National Champions at Clemson , 7 Years Professional: MLS, US Olympic Team
Holly Ryder: University of Kansas, St. Johns University, Professional: Fortuna Hjorring (Denmark)
Rachel Lim: Florida State University
Lindsay Yonadi: Xavier College All conference accolades
Christina Collins: Southern Methodist University
Alex Ruoff: Loyola Marymount University
Country O’Brian: Appalachian State
Jose Barrios: Atlectico Catolica (professional in Chile)
Daniel Hanks: Prestbiterian
Bonner Stave: Navy
Hanna Coy: Yale
Julia Moore: Maryland
Nate Weiss: RCD Mallorca (Spain), FK Jelgava (Latvia) Europa League
Heidi Hollenbach: Duke Blue Devils, Professional: Charlotte Lady Eagles
Michael Channel: San Diego State
Kelsey McCarron: University of Iowa
Kyle Helton: Duke University, Professional in MLS, U-17 World Cup
Gilda Gloria: Duke University
Ashley Harris: University of Florida
Kelly Visentin: University of Florida
Emily Brandon: Jacksonville University
Ali Neptune: US Air Force Academy
Britni Goodwin: University of Florida
C. C. Cub: Tennessee
Sara Coy: Colgate
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supreme soccer trainingNate Weiss trains with Tony Stevens using the Supreme Soccer training method. for more information visit : www.supremesoccer.com
Nate Weiss24 year old Nate is currently playing in Europe, and has already played many games in the highest divison and UEFA Europa League Nate also hold the honor of being the 10th American to EVER win a domestic cup in Europe. Nate has trained at Supreme Soccer since he was 10 years old, and continues to use Supreme Soccer to help him reach high levels during the offseason. Here is a short video with some of his highlights... Enjoy
Supreme Soccer TrainingThe following is an exercise which is done with 5 players. - 4 surrounding the player who is working. - 3 balls between the 4 surrounding players - The player in the middle should receive the ball rapidly and make a pass to the player currently without a ball.
Nate Weiss 2014 offensive/defensive wingerSupreme Soccer Alumni Nate Weiss currently plays professionally in Germany. Nate trained at Supreme Soccer, and has been trained by FA and UEFA license coach Tony Stevens since the age of 11. Nate is a hard tackling defender who mixes skill and aggression into his game. We at Supreme Soccer expect you all will be hearing a lot about him in the very near future as he is beginning to become more of a household name.
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Camps & Clinics
Delray Beach Athletic Club
Summer Camps 2014
June 30-July 4
At the Seacrest Soccer Complex on Seacrest Blvd. in Delray Beach
An action packed program of fun and learning for boys and girls ages 5-16+. All players from novice to advanced welcome! From 9:00am until 4:00pm daily* Ideal high school prep week.
Elite Invitational Camps
This unique progressive program is designed specifically to take the ultra serious player to the highest level by providing a dynamic training environment and regime guaranteed to produce the ultimate results.
Players are constantly subjected to pressure situations and the toughest conditions that the game demands. However, they will be inspired, encouraged and driven to adapt through Supreme Soccer’s holistic approach.
Extremely competitive and demanding and with a fierce intensity the atmosphere generated is an awesome experience alone, referred to simply as the real thing. The elite player is a breed apart and so is Supreme Soccer; suffice to say, this is the most advanced and progressive program of its kind. It’s where the best get better and, no matter whatever your goals and final destination may be, you’ll find Supreme Soccer goes way beyond the limits to get you there. This is the ultimate challenge.
Supreme Soccer specializes in developmental, community-based camps and clinics for teams and clubs. Supreme Soccer programs cover all aspects of the game – mental, physical, tactical and skills – and are conducted by professional soccer trainers who care about the players. We come to you – professional, qualified, full-time coaches – and design a program to meet the specific needs of your group.
What makes Supreme Soccer different and unsurpassed:
• There is no traveling for you; no hidden costs; no second class coaches hiding behind a big name; no generic programs designed for the average player.
• Supreme Soccer provides top level instructional training of the latest soccer techniques and tactics.
• Supreme Soccer establishes standards of excellence and develops players of all ages and levels towards those high standards; second best is not Above the Rest!
• Supreme Soccer is on your field in your community; you pay for only what you need or want, and you know your coaches – we’re there all the time.
• Supreme Soccer’s coaching staff includes only qualified coaches selected for their professionalism, originality, soccer knowledge and teaching ability.
• SUPREME SOCCER TRAVELS ANYWHERE IN THE UNITED STATES
Summer College Prep Camp
- Supreme Soccer’s ‘COLLEGE PREP CAMP’ has been designed to recognize the needs of and to cater specifically to the serious high school, college-bound and current college players who share the same convictions and aspirations to be able to compete and play consistently at the highest possible level.
- Supreme Soccer will create an intense, challenging, and highly competitive environment that will prepare serious minded players to realize their full potential. This can only be established by bringing players together of the same mindset, ambition and standard.
Players must therefore be of the desired caliber and known personally to myself or have the highest recommendation from their current club or high school coach.
- The Program is physically challenging and demanding and includes an intense on-field curriculum reinforcing technical skills and advanced tactical/functional training sessions. Small sided and 11v11 games will be played with sessions on soccer specific conditioning. Strong emphasis will also be placed on the psychological dimensions that affect player performance. The importance of diet and nutrition will be a further topic for discussion.
- Colleges and Universities are requiring high school players to make verbal commitments as early as their sophomore year; therefore, it is vitally important for players to stay focused and continue to stay ahead of the game in order to be able to make an immediate impact as a rookie freshman entering college.
- Supreme Soccer may offer as a service a ‘player assessment profile’ and also provide recommendations to prospective college coaches upon request.
- Supreme Soccer is willing to continue to train/mentor and consult with players after camp until they enter college/university.
- Enrollment is very limited and will be on a first come first served basis for those who qualify. A maximum of only 40 players will be allowed.