About

NBT Soccer Academy is supplemental training to teach players the foundational principles of soccer. NBT is centered around a functional, progressive training curriculum that focuses on principles of play in a positive environment. The curriculum follows the four pillars of soccer; technical, tactical, physical, and mental. The programs are structured to help players from beginning through elite stages of the game. Also, specialized programs for specific needs; fitness, goalkeeper, college exposure, etc.

 

Facility: NBT Soccer Academy is headquartered at MWC Sports Complex. There are two indoor turf fields, one regulation outdoor field, and a complete gym. Field space is very limited with club teams squeezing 4-6 teams on a single field. We have the ability to always train in our own spacious environment regardless of weather or field space.

 

 

Staff: Our coaches consist of former professionals and top collegiate athletes. Our coaches have played and trained at the highest levels. Now, they bring the experience to our youth program. Our coaches have been through risk management and background checks for player safety. 

 

Social Media: @NBTsoccer

NBTsoccer@gmail.com

https://nextbigthingscouting.com

 

Our programs include:

Academy

Goalkeeper

Fit Performance

Individual


Our Staff

Director of Soccer - Matthew Mozynski founded Next Big Thing Soccer Academy & Scouting. A former NCAA Division 1 standout at Campbell University, Mozynski started four consecutive years while winning National Player of the Week, Conference Team of the Year, and multiple Team of the Week awards. Following his college career, he competed in the USA, Canada and the Dominican Republic at the semi-professional and professional levels. In addition to his playing career, Mozynski has experience coaching at the youth, college and professional levels. NBTsoccer@gmail.com

Lead Coach- Jon Esperanza on is a Salvadorian midfielder from the Triangle area. Played at Cary High School before going to Louisburg College to play collegiate soccer. At Louisburg, he was a back to back Region X Conference Champion (2018, 2019), back to back Region X Tournament Champion (2018, 2019), and a District Champion (2019) He also played in the 2019 NJCAA National Championship Tournament held in Tyler, Texas. He comes off an ecstatic sophomore year to coach this summer at NBT Soccer Academy, before entering his junior year at UNC-Charlotte.