Willie Sims born in Guatemala and moved to Los Angeles at early age where he played soccer just about everyday from pick up games at local parks to competing club soccer. Played for Cal State University of Northridge where he was named the Big West  Offensive Player of the Year in the 2003 and 2004 seasons,  2003 Colloe Soccer News Freshmen All American, NSCAA First-Team All-American in the 2005 season. Was drafted in the 2nd round (23rd overall) of the 2006 MLS SuperDraft by New England Revolution where they reached two MLS CUP FINALS. Also played for Puerto Rico Islanders and Miami FC of the USL and got two Nationala team caps with Guatemala National Team. 

Willies passion for coaching futsal has helped players developed their soccer game by using  futsal as a tool to inspire creativity, awareness and confidence on the ball. 

  • USSF License

  • NSCAA Futsal Diploma

  • 15+ years of coaching


Ulises Torres -

USSF Licensed

Futsal Level 1 Diploma 

7+ years of experience 


In 2012 Ulises stared  Lompoc United Soccer Club as a rec club, with 5 teams

Currently  I am the Coordinator for Total Futbol Academy Tricounty in Lompoc, we have 3 teams and expanding to 5-6 teams.

Ulises enjoys working with the kids from our community and giving them the opportunity of playing at a competitive level.  Ulises is Coach who likes motivate players to get the best out of the players. Ulises is very passionate about working with kids in the community. 



Seth Asuncion- Coming Soon 



Peter Aguilar

USFF Licensed

5 Years Coaching Experienced

Local from SB, Has been playing since he was 5 years old. I played 4 years at SBHS and 2 years at SBCC and I play in the local soccer leagues of SB.
I’ve been coaching for 5 years at club level. I started at SOL soccer club, Legends FC and I am currently coaching at SBSC .Peter has also coached at Cate high school for two seasons (JV girls and boys) and will now be Coaching Santa Barbara HS Girls JV. 


Vicente Perez


Adult League's Director


Vicente was born in Santa Barbara where he grew up playing soccer going to watch his fathers Sunday league games. Having played in the local leagues from AYSO, high school,Sunday league and up through junior college, Vicente has been involved in local soccer for over 13 years. 


Vicente looks to translate his passion for soccer over to the futsal court. He looks to expand futsal at the competition and recreational level in the community and hopes to develop technical skills and creativity through the game.