Matt has been involved in the youth soccer landscape for over 20 years, which includes a playing career in his hometown of Northfield, Minn. as well as a referee career that has resulted in assignments for collegiate and professional leagues across the country.
Over the span of several years, Matt has developed relationships with many stakeholders in the Minnesota soccer community, which led to TCSL’s formation in 2017. Driven by fresh ideas and a constant drive to improve, Matt has an innate ability to execute the smallest of details while also pursuing our big-picture goal: creating exceptional soccer experiences for all.
Matt oversees all TCSL operations, which includes:
Katie has spent the last seven years coordinating some of Minnesota’s most popular events including the Minnesota Renaissance Festival, Saint Paul Winter Carnival, and the Minnesota State Cup. She has extensive experience with competitive and recreational-based soccer activities, having coordinated marketing, programming and events to both groups. She also planned tournaments throughout the State and Midwest Region, in coordination with US Youth Soccer. Katie is driven by her passion for serving the youth soccer community and managing programs that bring services and training to a broader constituency.
Katie oversees all TCSL administrative functions, which includes:
Halvorson hails from Buffalo, Minn. and is a graduate of Concordia University-St. Paul with a dual degree in Business Management and Sports Management. She is happy to be back in Minnesota having spent the last five years living in the Washington, DC and Maryland area attending the Georgetown University Sport Industry Management Master’s program and working with a marketing firm; sports security for various professional sports teams, universities and events; youth lacrosse tournaments and helping to open a new Sky Zone in East Baltimore. In addition, she has been an online professor for her alma mater.
Katie will assume Katie Kubista’s duties during her maternity leave (Summer 2021 season).
While we aren’t perfect, we always reflect so that we can improve.
We listen first, then collaborate with soccer leaders to make good decisions.
The phone rings, we answer. We communicate in a timely, clear, and sensitive way.
Because we know the club soccer landscape and its nuances, we know how to create a league experience that works for all.