Spanish Football in Fulham
Spanish Football in Fulham, Chelsea & Holland Park
football club located in Fulham, Chelsea & Holland Park
The Spanish Way FC is a football club located in Fulham, Chelsea and Holland Park. We offer individual and group training programs and a holistic development for players of any age or ability. Our aim is to provide high quality football sessions for everyone, from three-years-old all the way through to semi-pro or professional players.
Our mission is to inspire our players through personality, communication, and experiences at a high level of football. We want our players to be fuelled to play with confidence, whatever level they are playing at.
Our vision is to create a community with our players so that they feel completely welcome and accepted in our environment, while knowing that they will be asked to go out and do their best every time they see us. We hold our players accountable, and we expect them to learn to hold those around them accountable as well.
Founder & Head Coach
Roberto has played football in youth leagues for years in Spain, but the pro game did not work out for him. However, it opened a door to coaching at a very young age. After years coaching in Spain, he moved to California, USA, to coach children and young people.
This experience changed his mindset completely, and decided to move to London, UK, and quickly continue his coaching career.
He has trained different clubs and schools in London, and after months of coaching for different clubs, he realized the urgent need to create a quality football school, open for everyone.
At the end of 2018, The Spanish Way FC is born. Thereafter, he has coached for more football clubs, being further significant clubs Fulham FC or Real Madrid CF.
Roberto is qualified sports coach, also qualified by the RFEF and the FA. Spanish football in Fulham.
Head Coach at Holland Park
Sports science degree, qualified PE teacher and currently working as a PE teacher, FA level 1, Level 1 Award in Coaching Football (QCF), First Aid Training-Paediatric. The FA Emergency Aid Course, The FA Safeguarding Children.
I coach children because I firmly believe that through football you can educate all life values and create lovely human beings
“I can’t understand life without football. As simple as that”
Mattia is a 26 years old coach, who has coached children and young people abroad, such as in Spain, Argentina or Italy, where he is from. He also plays football almost everyday to, as he says, further my skills and knowledge of the game for the participants I coach. This is Mattia’s second season at The Spanish Way, as an assistant coach. As he says, I want to fulfill my desire to pass down what I have learned these years to the next generation of footballers, not only just as participants, more importantly as individuals.
U4-U5 Football Coach
Irene started coaching in Italy when she was 15, by chance. “My football team needed a coach and I thought why not, but then it quickly became a passion”. She started with children, then progressed into teenagers changing different clubs. In the last year, she started coaching toddlers and preschoolers with The Spanish Way FC. Irene is also a rugby qualified coach with several years of experience!
Jordi is a young coach that has started his career with us in The Spanish Way. He is eager to keep on learning new things everyday which has allowed him to develop his knowledge very quickly. His dream is to keep on growing as a coach and more importantly as a person so that one day he can call himself a football manager. Bienvenido, Jordi!
Samuel Andón is currently our senior coach at Fulham and Holland Park venues. He has been coaching for almost 6 years now, having coached both primary and secondary students with differing needs and abilities. Although he is a young coach, Samuel is an educated and FA awarded coach, being able to lead large groups with a great passion and attention to detail.
“I’ve taught a wide range of sports in my coaching career such as basketball, rugby, cricket or hockey but football is my speciality, not just coaching, also playing for Deportivo Galicia and watching LaLiga and Premier League games.
Aitor Andon is currently our youngest coach in Fulham and Holland Park, also he is in charge of a local team in Chiswick. Aitor is an educated coach, studying a 3 year sport science and coaching degree plus some football badges. He loves coaching and as a footballer that has played for FC Deportivo La Coruña in the past and currently playing at Brentford FC, “I like to show them what I have learnt and how to be a better player”, he says. He also has experience working with other clubs in the past, but The Spanish Way FC is something different in grassroot football, vamos!
Accountant Team Manager
Fernando Casaprima Roza, Spain 1995. Fernando joined The Spanish Way FC to bring our club a professional vision of international sport management. Fernando is qualified in Law & Business Administration (Bsc), International Tax Advice (MBA) and Sports Management (MBA).
Jose Carlos Rubio
Jose Carlos Rubio, Spain 1995. Polytechnic University of Madrid. Believing in creativity as the best way to produce high quality design, he is in charge of the visual identity of The Spanish Way FC, providing a fresh imagery and appearance up to the club’s work and high standards procedures.