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The Little Kicks first began in Richmond Virginia in 2008 by its Founder, Luke Vercollone. There are currently over 70 Centers and 4,000 students being serviced by this program each year throughout greater Richmond. "I am pleased to introduce the sport I am passionate about to youngsters at childcare centers and in the process provide a quality and convenient program for their parents," says Vercollone. "The program has received positive feedback from the schools, parents, and most importantly, the kids."

 

Luke VercolloneLuke Vercollone
Mighty Kicks Director of Operations
Richmond Kickers Professional Soccer Player
(804) 464-8107

After helping Seton Hall University to 3 straight NCAA tournament appearances (captain, 1st Team All Big East Conference), Luke was drafted into the MLS in 2004 and played 2 seasons with the New England Revolution. He has played professional soccer at all levels in the U.S. including 2 national champion PDL Seasons with the Cape Cod Crusaders (02, 03, captain and MVP). Following an MLS Finals with the Revolution in 2005, Vercollone signed with the Charleston Battery (USL I) for 2 successful seasons before joining the Richmond Kickers in 2008 (currently playing with the Kickers).

Luke coaches with the Kickers youth club, has his NSCAA Advanced Regional Coaching diploma, has his United States Soccer Federation National B License, and has over 16 years of coaching experience. Vercollone Credits his successful coaching style to the 10 summers he got to teach the youth at soccer camp, playing with and helping his 9 younger siblings, and the top level coaching he's received throughout his career. He earned a BA in Sports Management from Seton Hall University. Vercollone lives in Midlothian with his wife, Andrea and their two beautiful children Augustine (born 2009), and Gemma (born 2012).

 

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