Scott McBride has set coaching records with every program he has been associated with including three record setting seasons with the University of Bridgeport’s Women’s Soccer Program. McBride’s responsibilities include on-field coaching, recruiting, directing camps club programs and scouting.
During his time with the University of Bridgeport Women’s Team has averaged sixteen wins a season. They have ended each of their seasons ranked nationally in scoring offense and three times they have finished with among the best winning percentages in the nation.
McBride completed a Higher National Diploma in sports coaching in his native Scotland before moving to the United States in 1998 and he also holds a National Soccer Coaches Association of America Advanced Diploma. McBride currently serves as the Coaching Director for NOGA Connecticut.
As a youth coach, McBride has led some of southern Connecticut’s most successful programs. He led Westhill High School to its first ever state tournament in 2002 and was named Coach of The Year by his fellow coaches. In the subsequent two seasons he led the Westhill High School team to the school’s first and second ever appearances in the Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference Tournament. In addition to his work with NOGA McBride currently coaches nationally ranked CUFC U16 and U19 girls’ teams.
In summer 2005, McBride led his NOGA Pride U14 girls team to the Gothia Cup Title. This tournament, referred to as the “Youth World Cup”, features youth teams from the world over.
In addition to his extensive work with Connecticut youth soccer, McBride has worked with some of the most prestigious clubs in international soccer, AC Milan, Chelsea FC, Liverpool FC and Glasgow Celtic FC as a member of staff for the Champions World Tour.