Iain Scott returns for his 2nd season as head coach of Seacoast United’s PDL squad. During his first season, he led the Phantoms to the Northeast Division title as well as the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals.
Scott comes to Seacoast United with an extensive coaching background. From 2000-2005, Iain coached with Scottish First Division club Queen of the South, 3 of those years as head coach. After his years with QOS, he served as the Youth Academy Director for Gretna Football Club in the Scottish Premier league from 2006-07, then moved on to become the Gretna FC First Team Assistant Manager (‘07-‘08). Most recently, Scott worked at the senior level in Player Coach Development and Pro Youth Performance with the Scottish Football Association and Scottish Premier League Academy Monitoring (2008-2010). Scott holds numerous coaching qualifications, including the UEFA A license, UEFA level 5 youth license, a diploma in Sport Psychology, and has received the Youth Directors Award, PSM Performance Sport Movement Award, and the Scottish FA Course Tutor Award. He is currently Seacoast United’s Director of Coaching.
NPSL Head Coach: Corlton Simmond
A former Jamaican Junior National player and was a 2003 FIFA All-Star Selection of African descent. He has been coaching soccer in New Hampshire for almost 20 years. Corlton has had the opportunity to teach and mentor the game of soccer to kids at different ages, gender, and skill levels.
Simmond coached at various levels; 6 years Men’s Soccer Coach at Daniel Webster College; 2 years State ODP coach, 15 years Club soccer coach, 10 years as Director of Coaching for Hampshire and Amherst Soccer Club, and 3 years with the US Development Academy and Pre-Academy programs at Seacoast United. During his 15 years of club soccer, Simmond participated in 10 State Cup finals and represented the state at 7 Region I championships. Several of Simmond’s former players have moved on to have successful careers at the collegiate, regional, professional, and national level.