Camp Director/Founder

Luis is currently the Director of Coaching for Ross Valley Breakers FC and Director of Coaching for West Marin Youth Soccer League. Luis holds a USSF "B" license, NSCAA National Diploma and is a CYSA licensed Staff Coaching Instructor. 

Formerly, head coach of the North Bay Wave of the Women's Premier Soccer League, head coach of North Bay Magic 2003 GSSL U19 Premier Champions, head coach of North Bay Magic U-18, U-14, U-10 Girls Premier Soccer Teams, 1997 MCAL Coach of the year, head coach U14-16 ODP teams CYSA District V, and former varsity coach Drake and San Rafael High Schools. Luis was also a director of camps and clinics with master coaches of Tahuichi's Legendary Soccer Academy of Bolivia.  

Luis developed the Central Marin Magic and Mill Valley Red Rockers programs in 1994 to give soccer players in Marin the opportunity to compete at the highest level. From that original program players went on to play for the Mexico National Team, University of Portland, University of North Carolina, UCLA, Cal, University of San Diego, Tufts University, Tulane University and Dominican College. He has continued to help and guide many athletes to achieve the same positive results. Luis has been coaching/training in Marin County since 1987. He has helped shape the soccer landscape in Marin and the North Bay. 

In addition, Luis founded the USA/Mexico soccer camps in 1994 offering players from around the world exposure to international soccer. He subsequently developed the Spring, Winter and Summer Soccer Academies in Marin County to help elevate individual skills and to help prepare players for their high school and club seasons. 

"My Vision is to continue developing programs that inspire kids to dream BIG and to help guide them towards achieving their athletic dreams and goals. I love and enjoy what I do!"  


—Luis Quezada



David has been training with USA Soccer Camp for 6 years.  He is also a trainer for the BU12 and BU13 teams of Ross Valley Breakers. He grew up in San Diego playing soccer on the youth, club and high school level and still plays competitive soccer in SF on weekends. He has been an assistant coach for the boys' varsity soccer team at Abraham Lincoln High School (SF) for the past five years along with being the head coach for their girls' varsity team for the past 3 years. David currently attends San Francisco State where he is studying history. Upon graduation, he plans to continue studies at graduate school in order to become a special education teacher on the high school level. 



Constantine "Tino" was born in Mill Valley but grew up in Portland, Oregon playing for the Westside Metros Soccer Club. At the club his team won consecutive state championships becoming regional champions and participated in the National Championships from 2003-2009. He also played for the ODP Oregon State team from U13-U17 as well as the Region IV U17 team. In his summers he would train with the Greek professional club PAOK FC and Dutch professional club NAC Breda in their youth academies. After high school, he moved to Bolivia to further his training at the Tahuichi Soccer Academy and where he spent two years. During his time abroad, Tino played with two professional Mexican soccer clubs, Tigres UANL and America CF. After sustaining an injury playing in Mexico, Tino returned to the US and played college soccer at City College of San Francisco and Sacramento State University. His coaching philosophy comes from a very deep rooted creative standpoint where teaching players how to play the game with intelligence helps produce profound technical and tactical abilities. 



Maricela has been playing soccer since she was 3 years old.  She was awarded scholarships to play in a private high school in Mexico which followed with college soccer where she was captain for two years. Marcela then went on to play for the Mexico Women's National team. In addition to her soccer career she earned a degree in engineering. "I truly enjoy personal development through sports that focus on leadership and fair play!"



Val spent her college career as a defender for St. Mary's College.  She followed college as a defender for the Women's Premier Soccer League's North Bay Wave and from there moved on to play professionally internationally.   Val was a varsity starter for all four years at El Molino High School.  Val is excited to work with the kids at USA Soccer Camp!

In addition to our staff above, we will have varsity soccer players from the Drake, Marin Academy, Marin Catholic and Branson boys' and girls' teams!





Birgit manages all camps, clinics and academies. She's generally the "greeter" and knows most players by name! If you have any questions regarding the camp dates, trainers or scholarships, please contact Birgit directly at


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