Rocky Silipo

Football Federation Australia, License 4082807

Working with Children Check Number – WWC0034701E
July 22, 2013 – July 22, 2018

Accreditations:

  • FFA/AFC ‘C’ Youth License
    Football Federation Australia
    December 31, 2016 – December 31, 2020
  • Coerver Coaching Youth Diploma
    Coerver Coaching Australia
    January 2015
  • West Ham Coaching Diploma
    West Ham United Football Club, London, UK
    February 2014
  • Junior Football License
    Football Federation Australia
    December 2013

Experiences

  • Northern Suburbs Football Association
    Head Coach of the Regional U15 team
    2016 Season
  • Northern Suburbs Football Association
    Head Coach of the Regional U13 teams
    2014 & 2015 Season
  • Chatswood Rangers Football Club
    Head Coach of the Premier League 2, Men’s team.
    2013 Season
  • Galaxy Football School
    Junior Football Coach
    July 2013 – April 2015
  • Rocky Silipo – Football Development Coach
    Head Coach
    Individual football development
    April 2014 – September 2015
  • Off-Season football program
    Head Coach of football
    Development of representative players
    August 2014 – December 2014
  • My Story

    I’m a passionate football enthusiast that has played and followed the game all my life. I represented my region when I was a young teenager and played premier league football as an adult. Unfortunately for my brothers and I, we were forced to sit out every second season due to an agreement between my father and mother. As you can imagine, this would have had a hindering effect on our development. I played the game for love and was never ambitious for myself; I never actually could imagine it as a job and therefore never pursued it. I started coaching after a realisation that I was quite infatuated by the future of Australian footballers. After many hours of reading about psychology, cognitive learning, child development and talent, followed by research into the Belgium association, Germany’s revolution and many more articles of player development, I decided to throw myself into the field to learn through experience. With my own eyes I have seen successful methods, failures in sessions and found my way upon a trail that is littered with the same beliefs and philosophies I share. I have happily dedicated numerous hours to my coaching and have discovered joy through helping player’s progress. My goal is to help develop the best players Australia has ever produced, I have travelled far and spent my time and money to better myself as a coach and mentor, so that I can help young footballers realise their dreams and fulfill their full potential.

    In anything you do you reflect outwardly what is born inside. Your posture, the way you play the game and the attitude expressed is all reflected by who you are as a person. I believe that a complete footballer must be strong-minded, strong technically and strong socially. The world of football will challenge you in more ways than one and the ones that succeed will need more than just technical ability. Becoming a great footballer requires dedication, passion and hard work, which in turn require strong character, belief and drive.