Coach Raymond Ceniceros
Coach Raymond's coaching career started back in 1999. He started at the recreational level and has worked to develop his coaching skills and has coached at many different levels since. Coach Raymond has trained various select teams from D3 to D1 which have won numerous tournaments and state competitions. While serving in the Army, Coach Raymond was selected to coach the US Army team in Europe. This team played 10 different countries under Raymond's leadership. Raymond also worked as an assistant coach at the University of Mary Hardin Baylor with the men's soccer program from 2008-2012. Additionally, Coach Raymond coached for the Olympic Development Program (ODP) at the State level (2009-2013).
To develop his skills as a coach, Raymond has strived to attend a large number of coaching courses. Raymond has worked his way up an Advanced National Diploma and a Goalkeeping Level 3 License with NSCAA. He has his National Youth License with United States Soccer Federation.
Raymond recently formed a recreational soccer program, FC Belton, that subsides in Belton, Texas. With in three seasons, the program grew into 96 teams to include a "Children with Special Needs" division. Coach Raymond plays an active role as the Director of Coaching (DoC) for the recreational program.