Boys Soccer: Tim Cooper

Coach Tim Cooper, the 2012 NSCAA Florida High School Coach of the Year, has over 15 years of coaching experience from the high school to collegiate level. He has been the head soccer coach at Berkeley for the past nine years, where he has led the Bucs to several district and regional titles and two state finals runner-up trophies. In addition, Coach Cooper has worked at Lakeland and Countryside High Schools, St. Leo University, and Florida Southern College, his alma mater. Coach Cooper played professionally in England with the Crawley Town FC. He spent 10 years coaching at the club level in the Tampa Bay area and currently plays for a men’s amateur team in Tampa called the Kickers. In addition to his coaching and playing experience, Coach Cooper has years of experience with youth soccer camps, both at Florida Southern College and the University of South Florida.
Founded in 1960, Berkeley is an independent Episcopal day school for boys and girls in Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 12. Combining academic excellence with a spirit of social responsibility, Berkeley develops well-rounded individuals seeking to make a positive difference in the world.