Your Soccer Resume

A soccer resume, or Player Profile, is a critical piece to the search process. A players resume is a great tool to communicate a players background to a perspective school. Be sure you are thorough and accurate when writting your resume. Your soccer resume should be a living document over the course of your search. That is, as you acheive athletic and/or academic awards you need to update your resume to include these. Make sure you are continually updating your resume with you latest achievments academically and athletically. 

Legacy has provided a template that you are more than welcome to use. To download the clubs Player Profile template CLICK HERE. We also recommend providing a list of references that include: club coach, club DOC, high school coach, personal, and academic contact information. To download the clubs Player Reference template CLICK HERE.

A good resume should include the following catagoirues and information:

Personal Information

  • Name
  • Parent(s) Names
  • Compete Address
  • Phone number with area code
  • E-mails
  • High School
  • Cumulative GPA
  • SAT and ACT scores (dates of when you plan to take them, if you haven’t) 


  • Sport (position)
  • Years of playing
  • Height, weight, right or left foot dominate
  • Other sport specific information (vertical or 40 yard dash…if a good)


  • High School, All-Tournament/Conference, All-State, All-American
  • Records
  • Other sports
  • Academic  Awards
  • Service Awards
  • Volunteer 

Camps or Clinics

  • List site (name of event), dates and person in charge 

Other Accomplishments

  • Team Captain (years)
  • Certification as an official

Reference List

  • Club Director of Coaching
  • Current Club Coach
  • Previous Club Coach
  • Current High School Coach
  • Previous High School Coach
  • Academic references
  • Character references