Benjamin Muñoz

U10 Boys Academy, U10 Boys Classic

Coaching Experience:

  • CONMEBOL PRO License (2021)
  • FIFA Licensed Technical Director (2019) and Coach Instructor (2016)
  • Professional Master’s in Tactical Periodization by Vitor Frade (2012)

Awards:

  • Youngest coach to be a National Champion at the U15 category (Santiago State Team, 2010)
  • Champion of the league andpromotion into the Chilean First Division (1st team at Deportes Temuco, 2016)
  • Copa de Chile Semi-Finalist(Deportes Iberia, 2018)

Youth Playing Experience:

  • Juventus Academy DC Metro (2021 – Present): U10 Academy Head Coach
  • Player Progression Academy (2020): Coach for Player Clinics
  • Club Deportes Vallenar (2018 – 2019): Head Coach of 1st Team
  • Deportes Puerto Montt (2018):1st Team Assistant Coach & Head of Methodology

Education:

  • INAF Santiago,Chile (2012), Degree in Soccer Coaching
  • Deportes Iberia (2017): 1st Team Assistant Coach & Head of Methodology
  • Club Deportes Temuco (2015 – 2017): 1st Team Assistant Coach & Head of Methodology
  • DeportesValdivia (2014): 1st Team Assistant Coach & Head of Academy
  • Union Temuco (2012): U17 Academy Head Coach

Collegiate/Professional Playing Experience:

  • Universidad de Chile 1997-2001: training as a player
  • Sports Temuco 2001-2004: Professional player in 1st division of Chilean soccer
  • Sports Puerto Montt 2004-2006: Professional player in 1st division of Chilean soccer

Favorite team:

  • Deportes Iberia: Team from my country Chile

Why did you choose to become a coach?

I am a soccer coach. because my father was a great professional soccer player and a great coach and from a young age I grew up admiring his work.

What do you enjoy about coaching?

See the progress of the players individually and how they become a great team, but what most appeals to me is being able to see the development on a personal level, delivering values ​​to the players.

How do you hope to inspire your players?

Giving day by day the passion that I carry in my life through football.

Benjamin Muñoz