Board of Directors
My name is Randy Wagner. I am a native Texan with a degree in Chemical Engineering from Texas A&M. I have been in the semiconductor industry for 22 years mostly in Austin but also in Minnesota and Denmark. Youth athletics is one of my passions and especially local soccer. Some of my recent experiences in youth athletics have been coaching private school volleyball and soccer. Additionally, I have my National "E" license in soccer. One World Soccer has felt like family since I first observed Daniel and the coaches interact with players and families. All you have to do is watch the coaches faces when the kids are playing soccer, and you will see why One World Soccer is different. This is our club. A family club. Real soccer.
My name is Robin Dommisse. I moved from The Netherlands (Holland) to Texas 25 years ago to study at UT in Austin. I am a Petroleum Engineer and I study the geology of Texas oil & gas reservoirs. My wife’s name is Christine, and our two boys Miles (14) and Ian (11) both play for One World Soccer. While coaching both of my sons through several years of recreational soccer and small-sided tournaments, I kept noticing the beautiful Spanish soccer style played by all these teams from One World Soccer. We joined the club because we believe that One World Soccer offers the best training and soccer culture in the greater Austin area. I feel that serving as a volunteer on the OWS Board is a privilege, and I hope to be of service to the players, parents, and our Director of Soccer, Daniel Benito-Alcalá and his excellent family of coaches and team managers.
Director of Coaching
Coach Daniel was born in Spain in the working-class neighborhood of Vallecas, near the Spanish First Division (La Liga) Rayo Vallecano soccer club; and where children play soccer in every park with the goal of enjoying the sport.
Childhood was spent doing school-work and playing soccer with neighborhood friends. After playing in the lower category teams at Rayo Vallecano, he decided to focus on coaching the game he loved.
He completed his university education in Spain with a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education and a Master’s Degree in Education. Next he worked in Spain as a soccer coach at “Club de Fútbol Rayo Majadahonda” while also studying for a Master in Sciences in Physical Activity and Soccer.
Next he coached in Spain at “Club de Fútbol Rayo Majadahonda” first team, which was led by Eduardo Caturla, acclaimed mentor of a whole generation of coaches (and the current President of the Spanish Coaches Committee). During this time he saw the commitment towards soccer from working with professional players including Daniel García Lara (Real Madrid, Real Zaragoza, Real Club Deportivo Mallorca, Recopa de Europa runner-up, Fútbol Club Barcelona…). Working with them he learned how to apply the concepts that he had studied, and understand the things that a soccer professional has to know, apply, and value if he wants to be successful.
Next he moved to Austin, Texas. He has been a youth soccer coach for several years in Austin and has developed several successful soccer teams. Thanks to the team’s success, the families and players in 2011 he started the One World Soccer organization to bring soccer development to boys and girls.
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