Schmetzer brothers bring TOCA training to Puget Sound

business_spotlightREDMOND, WA—(submitted by TOCA NW) Since 1974 Walter Schmetzer, Sr. always had a keen sense of developing talent in soccer. He was the first A-licensed coach in Washington, and many say, one of true innovators that brought soccer to Seattle.

Following in his footsteps, Andy and Walter Schmetzer, Jr. are once again raising the bar when it comes to soccer training and development with the TOCA training method.

This system not only builds a first touch that can compete anywhere in the world, it teaches confidence to perform at the highest level, no matter what league the player aspires to play in.

TOCA NW: Facebook / Official Website


13428567_504075876446466_8813891423022846198_nThe revolutionary TOCA training method—brought to you by the Schmetzer Family with a 40 year history of developing college and pro soccer players—can take your athlete to the level they dream of. The method is built on a belief that first touch training and a positive approach to development is the best formula for success.

Come see for yourself the difference a revolutionary training system and the best trainers in the NW can do for you or your child’s game.

Locations in Redmond and Snohomish.

LISTEN: Andy Schmetzer talks about TOCA NW

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