UNITY News: April 15, 2021

Coach Homka Appointed to College Coordinator Role

UNITY Football Club is proud to announce that Coach Tom Homka will assume the role of College Coordinator, the first-ever for the Club.

Tom will continue in his coaching role with the UNITY High School Girls’ team, in addition to working closely with the Club’s showcase teams, to provide individual and personal guidance to players looking to play soccer in college.


Director Kyle Pettican had this to say about Homka’s appointment.

“We are extremely delighted to announce Tom Homka as UNITY Football Club’s first ever College Coordinator. After showing huge success with college recruitment for his girls’ team, Tom was the perfect candidate for the position. I have no doubt he will find the same success for all UNITY showcase teams. I have known Tom for a couple of years now and cannot think of anyone better suited for this role.”



Welcome Coach Mino Caulton!

Coach Mino Caulton is UNITY Football Club’s newest coach. Mino joins us from Northampton, Massachusetts. He is a dedicated coach who currently possesses a USSF ‘B’ License, USC Advanced National Diploma, and Bachelor’s Degree in Coaching Performance.


Pettican had this to say about UNITY’s newest coach.

“He [Mino] brings a wealth of knowledge and experience, coaching in Massachusetts’ ODP, multiple clubs, and high school programs for a total of 11 years. We are very excited for Mino to be joining the UNITY family.”




Facilities Update

“We are working closely with United Sports Training Center, with the aim at making the facility our Club’s home training facility.
We will also be providing more training opportunities. The showcase teams will now have the option to attend a third training session during the week.”

Author: UNITY Communications

Curator of UNITY News