Matt Lee

Director of Coaching


Matt Lee

Director of Coaching


HYS 04G Crush (Co-Coach)
HYS 03G Hurricanes Black
HYS 02/03G Hurricanes/Hooligans (Co-Coach)
HYS 02/03B Cyclones (Co-Coach)
HYS 08B Ajax Black

HYS 08G Eclipse (Assistant)


Matt Lee is currently Total Futbol's Director of Coaching and grew up playing soccer in Swindon, England. He currently holds an FA Level One coaching license as well as his USSF "C" License. 


Coaching Experience

After joining Total Futbol in 2011, he served as the Head Coach for the CSC Blast ('95) and Herndon Chaos ('96), guiding both of them to NCSL Division 1 before seeing them through to graduation. He currently is the Head Coach of the Herndon 03 Hurricanes Black, 02/03B Cyclones, and 04 Crush and serving as an assistant for the 08 Eclipse and 03 Hurricanes White. 

His current teams are incredibly successful, with both the Hurricanes Black and Crush groups reaching the VYSA State Cup Final in the fall of 2020. Hurricanes Black took home the championship as Matt Lee's second consecutive GU18 title.

He also has been on staff with some of Total Futbol's most successful current and former teams, including the McLean Force ECNL/Green ('96/'97), Vienna Thunder Black/Gold ('98) and Herndon United/Storm ('99) programs. His recently-graduated Herndon Thunder Black ('02) team finished their careers as State Champions in 2019.


Finishes in Virginia State Cup for Teams Coached by Matt Lee:


Herndon Hurricanes Black - GU18 Champions

Herndon Crush - GU17 Finalists



Herndon Thunder Black - GU18 Champions

Herndon Argentinos Black - BU18 Finalists

Herndon Crush - GU16 Semi-Finalists

Herndon Hurricanes Black - GU17 Semi-Finalists



Herndon Thunder Black - GU17 Finalists


Finishes in Club Champions League (CCL) for Teams Coached by Matt Lee:


Herndon Thunder Black - GU17 Champions

Herndon Hurricanes Black - GU16 Champions


Playing Experience

Growing up in England, he was a professional with Swindon Town Football Club for a year. During this time he had trials with a number of other professional sides, including West Ham United and Watford. Matt settled on continuing his playing career at the semi-professional level with Cirencester Town so he could focus on continuing his education at the Hartpury College Academy.