Libor Volf is a former Czech professional soccer player. He spent the last three years of his career in Spain where he not only began training and developing youth, but also focused his efforts and energy into the investigation of mental health development related to sports. Libor understands and applies the vital importance of structured development from the earliest stages of childhood, and to continuously build upon that base thereafter.
One of the key differentiators of Libor’s training and development philosophy, as he applies it to his academy, is that as the sport has evolved over the years, and continues to do so, it requires adjusting to those changes, embracing new techniques and trends, and introducing them into
practice with his students. As such, Libor travels regularly to visit top-tier European soccer clubs, where he stays connected with emerging and current training practices, and maintains his network of professional contacts in the sport. This allows him to bring the best of professional soccer practices to his Vancouver academy.
Over the past two years, Libor has visited and worked with a few of the world’s best youth academies with La Masia (FC Barcelona), Ajax Amsterdam, and Valencia. In addition, he has personally run dedicated training camps in the Czech Republic, Germany, Iceland, Uganda and US (Los Angeles).