Nadir Moumen

Executive Director

 

Nadir Moumen

Executive Director

Teams:

HYS 05 Force
HYS 06 Lightning Black (Co-Coach)
HYS 03 Hurricanes Black (Co-Coach)
MSI Academy 05G White
MSI Academy 05G Black (Assistant)
MSI Academy 05G Green (Assistant)
MSI Academy 06G White (Assistant)

 

Nadir is the Executive Director of Total Futbol, starting the program in 2014. He currently holds a USSF “B” License as well as a NSCAA Regional Goalkeeping Diploma.

Coaching Experience

He was a staff coach for the Washington Freedom Super Y teams and took his team to the North American National Finals. He was also a staff coach for DC Elite Training and VYSA’s Olympic Development Program.

Nadir has a proven track record of success with team development. He has coached over 100 teams over the past 15 years, including many of the top teams in the Washington, DC, area:

​The nationally ranked Herndon Youth Soccer (HYS) Firecats '94, formerly known as the Chantilly Youth Association (CYA) Firecats, who played in the National League from 2010-2013 and were WAGS D1 Champions, Virginia State Cup Champions (2009, 2010), and Region 1 Semi-Finalists (2011). Fifteen Firecats went on to play college soccer.

He took his CYA Chaos '96 team from WAGS Division 5 to WAGS Division 1 Champions in just 2 years. Many of the Chaos players followed him to McLean Youth Soccer (MYS), where he drew together a pool of players into the McLean '96 Green/ECNL team.

McLean '96 Green/ECNL became one of the best teams in the nation, finishing as USYS National Championship Finalists (2016), ECNL National Semi-Finalists (2015), ECNL Mid-Atlantic Conference Champions (2013, 2014, 2015), Virginia State Cup Champions (2013, 2015, 2016), Region I Champions League Champions (2015) and Region 1 Championships Finalists (2015) and Champions (2016). 33 athletes from the player pool of McLean ECNL/Green went on to play college soccer.

His Vienna Youth Soccer (VYS) Thunder Black '98 team were EDP Cup Champions (2015) and reached the Virginia State Cup Semi-Finals four times (2012, 2013, 2015 and 2016). Thunder Black were also Champions in WAGS Division 1 (2013) and WAGS D1 Finalists (2011, 2012, 2014) in most cases playing a year or two age groups up. Twelve players went on to play college soccer.

His McLean '99 ECNL team won the prestigious ECNL National Championship in 2018, having also won the league's Mid-Atlantic Conference. In their final year, they posted a 37-0-0 record, winning every ECNL game they played and every match in all four tournaments they entered (Discovery Cup, Bethesda Premier Tournament, NCFC Showcase and Jefferson Cup). Every player on the team (31) went on to play collegiate soccer.

Nadir’s teams have come back with hardware from many of the top tournaments and showcases in the U.S., including the Disney Showcase, Vegas Showcase, Jefferson Cup, PDA College Showcase, WAGS Tournament, Bethesda Premier Tournament, FC Delco’s Players Showcase, and the CASL Showcase, not to mention, his teams have gone undefeated at multiple ECNL showcase events (PDA, Sanford, and Frisco).

Teams Coached by Nadir Moumen - Finishes in the Virginia State Cup, 2006-2020

2006:  U12 Semi-Finalists (CYA Firecats 94)
2007:  U13 Finalists (CYA Firecats 94)
2008:  U14 Semi-Finalists (CYA Firecats 94)
2009:  U15 Champions (CYA Firecats 94)
2010:  U16 Champions (CYA Firecats 94)
2011:  U17 Finalists (HYS Firecats 94); U14 Semi-Finalists (CYA Chaos 96) 
2013:  U18 Semi-Finalists (HYS Firecats 94); U16 Champions (MCLN 96 Green); U14 Semi-Finalists (VYS Thunder Black 98)
2014:  U17 Semi-Finalists (MCLN 96 Green); U15 Semi-Finalists (VYS Thunder Black 98)
2015:  U18 Champions (MCLN 96 Green)
2016:  U17 Semi-Finalists (VYS Thunder Black 98); U19 Champions (McLean 96 Green)
2017:  U18 Semi-Finalists (VYS Thunder Black)
 

Teams Coached by Nadir Moumen - Finishes in Elite Clubs National League, 2012-2020

2012:  U15 Top Eight B Flight National Championships 
2013:  U16 Mid-Atlantic Conference Champions; 6th Seed in U16 Champions League National Playoffs 
2014:  U17 Mid-Atlantic Conference Champions; 2nd Seed in U17 Champions League National Playoffs
2015:  U18 Mid-Atlantic Conference Champions; 2nd Seed in U18 Champions League National Playoffs; U18 National Semi-Finalists 
2017:  U17 Mid-Atlantic Conference Champions; 7th Seed in U17 Champions League National Playoffs
2018:  U18 Mid-Atlantic Conference Champions; 2nd Seed in U18/19 Champions League National Playoffs; U18 National Champions 
U16 Mid-Atlantic Conference Champions; 2nd Seed in U16 Champions League National Playoffs 

Nadir is also an assistant coach with Howard University Women's Soccer. In his first year at the program (2012), he helped the Bison get to their first ever conference tournament final (Great West Conference). In his third year (2014), the Bison won both the regular season and conference championship (SWAC Conference). In 2015, the Bison continued their upward path, finishing with the program’s best record ever on the way to another SWAC Conference championship and the first ever NCAA tournament bid. In 2017, the Bison were SWAC Regular Season Champions and in 2018 they were Champions of the SWAC Tournament and advanced to the first round of the NCAA Tournament. In 2019, Howard won another regular season SWAC title and were finalists in the SWAC Tournament.

Along with his team success, Nadir has excelled in individual development. Many of Nadir’s players have participated in Virginia's Olympic Development Program (ODP), with some being selected for the State, Regional, and National teams. A number of his players have also attended the National Training Centers and the ECNL Player Development Program, which are regional ID programs to further identify and evaluate candidates for the U.S. National Team. A few of these players have been selected for U.S. Youth National Teams. Nadir has sent players with dual citizenship to participate with national programs outside of the U.S., including Iceland and Jamaica. Many of Nadir’s players have received recognition from The Washington Post — being selected on All-Met teams — and many have been recognized by the NSCAA as All-Americans. He has sent more than 100 athletes to play NCAA soccer at top institutions such as the University of Virginia, Boston College, Columbia, Georgetown, the University of Kentucky, Harvard, Virginia Tech and Duke.

Playing Experience

Nadir grew up playing competitive soccer in Northern Virginia with various top level teams (BRYC, VISTA, FPYC, Alexandria, and SYC). He went on to play club soccer at James Madison University where they won back to back NCAA DI National Championships.