Alejandro Galindo-Lovell has been a youth soccer coach for two years and is a lifelong soccer player. Ale grew up playing soccer in the Mission District and later went on to play for GIMS in San Francisco’s Adult Premier League and Real San Jose League for one season in the NPSL.
Through these experiences Ale has had excellent mentors and met great people like his father, Wilfredo Galindo who has 15+ years of coaching experience, his youth soccer coach and his coaches in the NPSL who have both played and coached at the professional level in El Salvador have all contributed to molding his character and developing as a coach.
“Soccer has changed my life for the better. It taught me the importance of teamwork, gave me lifelong friends, and helped increase my self-confidence.”
Alejandro currently holds a USSF Grassroots license, but plans on eventually earning a USSF ‘A’ license.