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Alfonso Barron

Coach Alfonso Barron was born in Matamoros Tamaulipas in August 1973. Barron migrated to the United States in 1989. He joined the Army in 1996 and received his US citizenship in 2000. He was dedicated to serving as a soldier and a mentor to his soldiers. Barron served three tours in Iraq from 2004-2010. He retired from the Army after 17 years of exemplary service and is now determined to give back to the community.

 A soccer amateur from the age of 6, he knew he wanted to coach soccer. He started volunteering to coach recreational soccer in 1999. Barron also reached out to a friend who got him involved with a competitive team named Lonestar Soccer Club. For the first season with Lonestar Soccer Club (2009) Alfonso was an assistant coach for Coach Freddy Guerrero.  The second season he was given two teams, U14Boys and U1 9Girls. From 2009 to 2013 he took both teams to numerous tournaments. The girls team also attended a number of college showcases throughout Texas and one in Kansas.  A number of the girls were offered scholarships. In 2013 Alfonso moved to the Dallas area and became an assistant coach for Samba F. C, and then to La Paz soccer club. In 2014 he created Eagles SC were he was the President. He then moved on to Victory SC as assistant coach and trainer and is also volunteered for recreational coaching.

 Barron took what he had learned from Freddy and his own experiences and received his USSF E in 2011 and his National D license in 2012. He received his C license in 2022. Presently his determination, perseverance and love for soccer have him working hard to get his Eagles Soccer Club off the ground and ready for the season.  He is looking forward to working with kids of all ages and hopes to make a difference in each and every one of them.

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