Washington Timbers FC youth hire Robin Bostwick as new Technical Director

VANCOUVER, WA—The Washington Timbers are excited to announce Robin Bostwick will be joining the club as our new Technical Director on February 1st. Robin comes to the club from BSC Oregon where he served as the Development Academy Director overseeing all player, team, and coach development aspects of the Development Academy Program: U12-U14.

timberstdRobin holds a USSF A-Youth license and brings eight years of head coaching experience to the Washington Timbers. He grew up playing club & high school soccer in the Portland area and went on to earn degrees in sports business and law from the University of Oregon. During his time in Eugene, he spent several years coaching for the Eugene Timbers.

The club is thrilled to add a person of Robin’s character to the club. Board President Steve Bowmer had this to say about Robin’s hiring, “After a lengthy search, the Washington Timbers FC is excited to announce that Robin Bostwick has accepted the position as our new Technical Director. Robin’s commitment to both coaching and player development is a perfect fit for us. The Washington Timbers FC are committed to creating opportunities for the members of our club.”

wtfc-3starsRobin is equally excited to be joining the club “I am honored to join the Washington Timbers FC community. The club’s commitment to developing players, coaches, facilities, and programs is at the forefront of the youth soccer community in Southwest Washington and Oregon. I look forward to being a part of that commitment to excellence and to sharing my experience with the club’s coaches, families, and players.”

As the Technical Director Robin will responsible for all technical aspects of the Washington Timbers club and work closely with Academy coaches on player development. Robin’s experience with premier level players will pay immediate dividends throughout our club.


About Washington Timbers FC: The Washington Timbers is a full service youth soccer club featuring two recreational programs (Camas-Washougal Soccer Academy and Vancouver United Soccer Alliance), Junior Academy, and Academy programs. The Academy teams play in Oregon Youth Soccer Association (OYSA), Washington Youth Soccer’s Regional Club League (RCL), and U.S. Soccer’s Development Academy (USSDA). The club is an official Timbers Alliance member collaborating with the Portland Timbers Academy system on player development efforts and synergistic player pathways. www.washingtontimbers.com.


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