Jeffrey Tipping is serving Brookside Soccer Club as Coaching Technical Advisor. His role is to provide guidance with programming and coaches training for the entire Club, but his focus is with the competitive division.
Born in Liverpool, England, Coach Tipping played soccer for Hartwick College in Oneonta, NY, where he won the 1977 NCAA Division I National Championship and was named defensive MVP. He played professionally with the American Soccer League with the New York Eagles and Pennsylvania Stoners, where he served as team captain. While with the Stoners, he was a 3-time Allstar, an MVP and won the 1980 ASL National Championship. He holds a bachelor’s degree in European history from Hartwick College and a master’s in European history from Lehigh University in Bethlehem, PA.
Coach Tipping began his coaching career as an assistant at Hartwick College, and later served as the head coach of soccer and golf at Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA. From 2002-2011, Coach Tipping served as director of coaching education at the National Soccer Coaches Association of America in Kansas City.
He served as technical director and director of College Bound Program for the Palm Beach Soccer Academy.
Coach Tipping holds a UEFA A License, US Soccer Federation A License, NSCAA Master Coach, FIFA Futuro Award and a North and Central American B License Assessor for UEFA.