Luke Kerr


Luke Kerr is a FIFA Beach Soccer Instructor, FA (English Football Association) and UEFA licensed football Coach. Luke attended the 2008 FIFA world cup in Marseille France and then the following FIFA world cup in Dubai UAE in 2009. Part of Luke's role as FIFA Instructor is to work with International teams and players whilst producing technical analysis study reports around world cup games for the FIFA technical team.

Whilst working for FIFA as an Instructor and on the professional beach soccer circuit as a coach Luke has worked in close partnership with many stars of the game such as Spanish footballer Joaqua Alonso, French coach Henri Emile, Brazilian coaches Gustavo "Gugga" Zloccowick and Marcelo Mendes and French football icon Eric Cantona.

Luke was the head coach of the England national team from 2007 to 2009 covering a total of 27 international matches where the team picked up 12 wins. He took England to the 2007 & 2008 UEFA European Beach Soccer League and the 2008 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup. Kerr originally started his beach soccer career by founding and establishing in what is known as the biggest beach soccer club in England today, Sandown Sociedad in the year 2001.

Kerr is now the Operations Director for beach soccer and Futsal at IWBSA and oversees all playing and coaching development. Part of his role at IWBSA is to manage the Isle of Wight Beach Soccer and Futsal representative side who compete in National & International events.


Upcoming events

Youth Beach Soccer Championships U13, U14, U16 & U18
13 August 2017

Youth Beach Soccer Championships U7, U8, U9, U10, U11 & U12
12 August 2017

UK Beach Soccer Super Cup - Mens and Womens Cups
08 July 2017

Isle of Wight Beach Soccer