Founder and Head Coach Matty is from Larne and started playing football at the age of 5.
He started his football journey with Larne Youth with the dream of becoming a professional one day.

Matty then went onto play for Belfast side Dungoyne at the age of 13 and the went to Cliftonville at age 15 also playing for the County Antrim select team in the process. 

At 15 Matty was playing for Northern Ireland U16s and experienced playing in the Victory Shield tournament against other countries within the U.K. which was broadcast on Sky Sports.
Matty was also selected for the junior County Antrim Milk Cup team and captained them to a silver medal in the tournament playing against teams like Liverpool and Everton in the process.
Around this time Matty was on trials with Hull, Sheffield Wednesday and Rangers but it was not to be.

At age 17 Matty was again picked for the Northern Ireland School boys U18s side and also was selected for the Senior County Antrim Milk Cup team and this time captained them to win the tournament making the team the first County team in history to win a Milk Cup in 2015 beating teams like Real Sociedad and Club America on the way.

At age 18 Matty made his senior debut for Championship side Larne and played for them for 3 years and was able to get the experience of full time professional football.
After leaving Larne Matty has played for Ballyclare and Harland & Wolff Welders and is currently at Moyola Park AFC in the Premier Intermediate League.

Founder and Head Coach Nathan grew up in Larne and began playing football at a young age

Starting at Larne Youth at age 6 before going to Dungoyne at age 12 where he participated in and made it to the final of the 'Umbro search for a star' competition to win a 1 year sponsorship by Umbro.

Nathan came runner up in this competition but dusted himself down and through hard work and resilience then moved to Ballymena age 14. At this time Nathan was also scouted and played for the Nottingham forest academy where he was coached by a range of top coaches 

Nathan played 2 years at Ballymena before coming back to Larne playing reserve level for the club.

Nathan then went onto make his senior debut for Wellington Rec age 18 and then going onto play for Islandmagee, PSNI FC and Chimney Corner. 

Nathan also played in a full time football academy from age of 16-18 being coached by top coaches on a daily basis and getting a taste of full time football

Off the pitch Nathan has also developed a wide range of coaching experience over the past 6 years. 

Starting his coaching journey at the age of 17, Nathan has been able to develop an extensive range of experience coaching players of all ages and abilities. 

Coach Scott Mckay started playing football at 6 years old and from a young age he found out that football is something that he wanted to do the rest of his life.

Scott played at Larne Youth the whole way through his youth football career.

Scott benefitted from the coaching of some great coaches throughout his time at Larne

From a young age Scott was a natural leader with exceptional communication skills having captained his local youth side in the National League from 16-18 years of age and also captained his school team throughout the years winning the East Antrim cup in the process.

It was also around this time that Scott found a love and a real passion for coaching.

Scott started his coaching journey in school through the sports academy at Larne high School where he got the chance to pick up lots of different coaches badges in all different sports and most importantly his football coaching awards.

During this time Scott also got the chance to go into over 10 primary schools and coach over 200 young kids for football and school PE.

During this experience Scott excelled and it helped mould him into the vocal and passionate Coach he is today.

Scott now plays his football for local side Larne Tech Old Boys.