Welcome to the Ray Reid Soccer School

Career Record
445-130-75/30 Seasons

Record at UConn
299-113-60/22 Seasons

Honor Roll

  • NCAA's Second Winningest Active Coach (pct.) at the conclusion of 2017 (.742)
  • Four National Championships
  • Eight National Semifinals
  • Nine Conference Regular Season Titles
  • Four Conference Tournament Titles
  • Four-Time National Coach of the Year

Whether at Elite Academy or our College ID Camp -- both held at the University of Connecticut in Storrs, CT -- or at one of our week-long Young Stars or Specialty Camps, the Ray Reid Soccer School is committed to making you a better player. We are continually working to improve our camps and offer the best possible playing and learning experience.

Our camp coaching staff includes some of America's finest coaches and our camps are broken up by age and ability to ensure each camper is being trained at the right level with the right players. Our goal is to challenge you each day, every session.

We will help you develop your game as we have for our players, where we have won a National Championship and twelve Conference Championships, earned sixteen NCAA Tournament invitations, and seen more than twenty players advance to the MLS.

We look forward to seeing you this summer at one of our Ray Reid Soccer School camps.

- Ray Reid

Ray Reid

Camp Director
Four-Time National Champion Coach
& Four-Time National Coach of the Year
Head Men's Soccer Coach
University of Connecticut

Ray is the head coach of the national powerhouse University of Connecticut men's soccer team. Building on Connecticut's tradition of excellence, Coach Reid led the Huskies to a national championship in 2000. Through 30 seasons as a head coach, he has compiled an impressive coaching mark of 445-130-75, a 74.2% winning percentage -- which ranked him No. 2 in the nation in overall winning percentage among all NCAA active head coaches at the conclusion of the 2017 season. In his 30 years as a college head coach, he has led his teams to the NCAA Tournament 25 times, including 18 of the last 21 seasons at Connecticut. During Coach Reid's tenure at UConn, the team has won a National Championship, reached 8 NCAA National Semifinals, earned 9 Conference Regular Season Championships and won 4 Conference Tournament Championships. 17 different UConn players have earned All-American Honors under Coach Reid's leadership with 34 of his players drafted by the MLS (14 in the first round, including Andre Blake -- the #1 overall selection in the 2014 MLS Draft, and Cyle Larin -- the #1 overall selection in the 2015 MLS Draft). Coach Reid also has been named National Coach of the Year honors four times. Prior to UConn, while the head coach at Southern Connecticut State University, Ray's teams won three national championships, posting an overall record of 146-17-15.

Ray Reid Pipeline

MLS Players

Draft YearPlayerDrafted By
1999Bobby RhineDallas Burn
1999Maurizio RochaMiami Fusion
2001Brent RahimLA Galaxy
2001Darin LewisNY-NJ Metrostars
2002Chris GbandiDallas Burn
(1st Overall Selection)
2002Sam ForkoNY-NJ Metrostars
2002Mansour NdiayeNY-NJ Metrostars
2002Bryheem HancockLA Galaxy
2003Shavar ThomasDallas Burn
2003Damani RalphChicago Fire
2013 MLS Rookie of the Year
2004Lindon PecorelliSan Jose Earthquakes
2005Esteban AriasChivas USA
2005Easton WilsonNew England Revolution
2006Mpho MoloiHouston Dynamo
2006Willis ForkoReal Salt Lake
2007Kevin BurnsColumbus Crew
2008Julius JamesToronto FC
2008Ryan CordeiroDC United
2009O’Brian WhiteToronto FC
2009Akeem PriestleyKC Wizards
2009Chukwudi ChijinduChivas USA
2010Toni StahlPhiladelphia Union
2010Kwame Watson-SiriboeChicago Fire
2011Josh FordSeattle Sounders
2012Andrew Jean-BaptistePortland Timbers
2012Tony CascioColorado Rapids
2013Carlos AlvarezChivas USA
2013Stephane DiopNew York Red Bulls
2013Jossimar SanchezNew England Revolution
2013Max WassermanReal Salt Lake
2014Andre BlakePhiladelphia Union
(1st Overall Selection)
2016 MLS Goalkeeper of the Year
2014Mamadou DioufVancouver Whitecaps
2014George FochivePortland Timbers
2015Cyle LarinOrlando City SC
(1st Overall Selection)
2015 MLS Rookie of the Year
2015Sergio CampbellColumbus Crew
2017Jake NerwinskiVancouver Whitecaps
2017Kwame AwuahNew York City FC


Tim O'DonohueNaval AcademyHead Men's Soccer Coach
Robert MuussWake Forest UniversityHead Men's Soccer Coach
Bo OshoniyiEast Tennessee State UniversityHead Men's Soccer Coach
Kevin AndersonColumbia UniversityHead Men's Soccer Coach
Joe BarrossoSacred Heart UniversityHead Men's Soccer Coach
Brian QuinnBridgeport UniversityHead Men's Soccer Coach
David CastellanosPenn State University/AbingtonHead Men's Soccer Coach
George KieferUniversity of South FloridaHead Men's Soccer Coach
James O'BrienFairfield UniversityHead Women's Soccer Coach
Rudy MeredithYale UniversityHead Women's Soccer Coach
Michael MordoccoUniversity of MasschusettsMen's Soccer Associate Head Coach
Kris BertschUniversity of LouisvilleMen's Soccer Assistant Coach
Dane BrennerWake ForestMen's Soccer Associate Head Coach
Chris GbandiNortheastern UniversityMen's Soccer Head Coach
Will ThorntonPhiladelphia UniversityMen's Soccer Assistant Coach
Ken PollardColumbia UniversityMen's Soccer Assistant Coach
Bryheem HancockUniversity of South FloridaMen's Soccer Assistant Coach
Kevin MayGwinnett CollegeMen's Soccer Assistant Coach
Paul McDonoughAtlanta United
Orlando City
Director of Soccer Operations
General Manager of Soccer Operations
Brian BlissSporting KC
Chicago Fire
Director of Player Personnel
Technical Director
Christian DaSilvaUnited States Soccer Federation
New York Red Bulls
Technical Advisor
Director of Professional Scouting
Juan Carlos OsorioMexican Men's National Team
Chicago Fire
New York Metrostars
Manchester City (EPL)
Millonarios + Atletico Nacional (Colombia)
Head Coach
Head Coach
Head Coach
Assistant Coach
Head Coach
Mike PetkeNew York Red BullsHead Coach