Allan Sloway

Petaluma, California, United States

Allan H. Sloway
(707) 529-9151
Sports Management Worldwide; Portland, Oregon, USA
Soccer Management & Scouting, Certificate, 2014
Training included: traditional and cutting edge scouting techniques and player evaluations, scouting reports, statistical analysis, soccer general manager practices, player personnel and team/club management. (Mentored by Steve Simmons, Aston Villa Scout, Tim Regan, US Soccer Federation Scout, and Matt Martin, MLS Sporting Kansas City Scout)
Reference: Dr. Lynn Lashbrook, Sports Management Worldwide President, +1-503-445-7105
Officiating Organizations
United States Soccer Federation—Level 8 Official 2001 to now—14 years+
a) California Youth Soccer Association and
b) Norcal Competitive Youth Soccer Association
*Multiple year recognized as North Bay Youth Referee Of The Year
National Federation of State High School Association 2010 to now—5 years+
San Francisco, Marin, Sonoma, Napa, and Mendocino Counties
Soccer Leagues/Capacity Years Affiliated
Sonoma County Senior Soccer League—Div. 1 Player 1994 to now—11 years+
Petaluma Boys & Girls Club—Volunteer Youth Coach 1994 to 1996—3 years
North Bay Mayflower League-Div. 1 Club—Player/Coach 1989 to 1993—5 years
San Francisco Men's Soccer League-Div. 1 Club—Player 1983 to 1988—6 years
Los Angeles Harbor College Varsity—Player 1977 to 1979—3 years
San Diego State University-Intermural Div. 1—Player 1979 to 1982—4 years
San Diego Men's Soccer League-Div. 1 Club—Player/Coach 1979 to 1983—5 years
South Bay United Soccer League (SBUSL)--Player/Coach 1974 to 1982—9 years
South Torrance High School (CIF Conference)--Player 1972 to 1976—4 years
American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO)--Player 1964 to 1972—9 years
Summary of Experience:
During my 50+ years of playing, I have been recognized as team captain countless times for my leadership qualities, positive attitude, and drive to play the best I can every time on the pitch and encourage my teammates to do the same.
As a coach, I support the team's efforts and results over individual accomplishments, fair and balanced treatment of all players—highly skilled or new to the game, and above all encourage and enforce honor and dignity on and off the field.
As an official, my responsibilities is to keep the players safe, abide by the rules, be respectful of others, and, mostly to have fun and enjoy the “beautiful game” of soccer!
My ultimate goal, professionally and personally, is to work and thrive in the profession of soccer. To this end, I have successfully completed a very intensive, eight-week course in soccer scouting tactics and study, along with general information on the business of sports.