Welcome Kyle Kosco as Cincinnati Elite FC’s Youth Director
(Thursday, February 27, 2020)
Cincinnati Elite FC has named Kyle Kosco as the club’s Youth Director. Kyle will focus on the Development for boys and girls ages 7-12 at Cincinnati Elite FC. “Kyle joined our staff and instantly proved his ability to teach all ages and levels of soccer.” said Kevin Kittrell, Cincinnati Elite FC’s Marketing Manager. “He has shown great organization, management and vision with staff and players. We are looking forward to having Kyle lead our experienced staff as they work with our youth squads in the coming seasons.”
He currently has his National D License, and his NSCAA GK Level 1 & 2 License. Kyle is currently the Varsity Assistant & GK Coach at Covington Catholic high school in Park Hills, KY. Earlier this year, he served as the Executive Director at Warren County Soccer Academy where he played an instrumental part in the club sending 5 teams to the State Cup Semi-Finals for the first time in club history. Prior to WCSA, Kyle was the Assistant Director of Coaching for Central and East Programs at Kings Hammer, as well as the Varsity Head Coach for the Women’s soccer team at Princeton high school where he led them to their first playoff win in 5 years, as well as improving their record from 2 wins to 6 wins while losing 12 seniors and starting 8 freshmen in 2017. In 2015, Kyle was named as the youngest varsity soccer coach in the country at the age of 20 for Grant County high school, where he led them to their first Toyota Cup. In 2015, Kyle was a volunteer at the University of Cincinnati Women’s soccer staff.
As a player, Kyle won multiple state cups at Everest Soccer Club based out of Akron, Ohio. He was a 4-year varsity starter at Austintown Fitch HS, where he led his team to a regular-season record of 16-0-0 his senior year. He then went on to play at D3 powerhouse, Medaille College, located in Buffalo, NY.
“Thrilled to have Kyle’s focus on our youth development. His communication and organization will power that unit forward with fun and success.” -Marcel Matis (Boys Director)