- Contact with industry leading coaches - Marty & Leon have a wealth of knowledge with 35+ years experience helping goalkeepers to be lifted beyond their vision of capability. Both have worked at Pro Clubs, Colleges and have experience getting goalkeepers to play at that level.
- Resources pack with easy access to core competencies, player evaluation forms, cheat sheets & anything else you need to assist in your goalkeeping journey.
Does your club or goalkeeper coach sit down to talk about the strategies of our specialist position?
Many clubs ignore the specialist needs of the goalkeeper. It costs money for them to hire a specialist coach and provide additional field space to provide training for what is arguably the most important position on the soccer field. The team coach has multiple players on multiple teams and can't always give you the time you need. The GKHQ Membership program provides all the knowledge you need.
Even if your club provides two GK practices a week, are they giving you the theory work that is needed for you to excel?
Your team coach is unlikely to be able to give you the specialist training you need, but you also need to know about the theory or the game. When to go short or long with distribution, set piece set up, pre game & post game analysis. Equipment needs and end goal objectives. All these and much more are provided by Goalkeeper HQ's membership.
Are you having to learn the game through trial and error, with an error resulting in losses for the team and your own self esteem?
Leon & Marty provide the time, resources and solutions to your goalkeeping questions to help eliminate mistakes, boost confidence and lift all members in this program beyond their vision of capability.
Leon Othen is the Goalkeeping Director for Everton America, a Premier-level club based out of Norwalk, CT, and US affiliate to the namesake Premier League Club. He is also the goalkeeping coach for Joel Barlow High School in Redding, CT.
Leon played in England & Malaysia, and coached for Leyton Orient and Arsenal, helping coach young players to fulfill their dream of playing professional.
Within the College game in the U.S. Leon was until recently the assistant men’s coach and goalkeeper coach at Division 1 school, Quinnipiac. Leon has also coached for University of New Haven women’s team.