Brian has played rec, competitive, and high school soccer. His greatest success on the field was starting in goal for back-to-back state championship teams at Bountiful High School. During high school he was named an all-state player and team MVP. He helped continue the success at BHS as a coach during the boys’ 2013 state championship run, as well as the girls’ first runner up finish that year.
Brian has been training goalkeepers for 10 years. He offers training for all ages, whether they’re affiliated with partner clubs or not. Contact Brian at tipgoalkeeping.com with questions.
In Cole Palmer's 12 years playing goalkeeper, he played competitively for La Roca FC & Forza FC. He played on the Utah ODP State team and was selected for the Region IV ODP pool. He went on to be a 4 year player and 3 year captain for Bountiful High School, where he led 4A in shutouts his junior year with 9 shutouts. While playing for BHS he was named Deseret News 4A First Team All-State, Salt Lake Tribune 4A First Team Coaches Choice, and Standard Examiner All Area team. He has been coaching goalkeepers since his junior year in high school.
Growing up playing forward Josh soon recognized that stopping the ball was just as fun as scoring goals. Josh started playing goalkeeper full time competitively at age 12 for the former Rush soccer club and then made the transition to Forza FC. Invited to play for Utah’s ODP team but elected not to participate. Played for Bountiful High School and stood in net for the 2013 State Championship season. In 2013 Josh was named Deseret News 4A State MVP, Salt Lake Tribune First Team All-State, and Coaches Defensive Player of the Year. Scholarship offers to play at the collegiate level were declined to serve as a missionary for his church. Josh started training goalkeepers during his sophomore year and has continued to coach till now.
We aim to provide a high intensity, high expectation training experience. We aim to expand the opportunities for youth goalkeepers to receive legitimate, high quality instruction. We aim to price our training fairly to allow the partcipation of as many athletes as possible; we don't want money to be the reason a keeper doesn't train with us. We view the opportunity to train young athletes as a great bestowal of trust, and promise to never betray that trust.