Danny Murray

has been playing and coaching for a number of years in both England and Czech Republic. He has been able to develop his coaching skills working in the community for grass roots teams and also for professional clubs such as Juventus Soccer School most recently in 2014.

Danny studied sport at college and achieved an additional F.A level 1 coaching certification. He has over ten years’ experience in education working with all ages and abilities. He has successfully facilitated and directed a number of community based projects, bringing together students and families alike. He is able to motivate, guide and support students in all areas of their development.

“PEFS is a great way to bring children together from all over the world, to learn, develop and have fun! It’s also a great pleasure to see parents come along and be involved too!”

tierney larson

was born and raised in Fairfield County, CT where she developed a passion for athletics at an early age.

Football was the first of many sports she played and loved throughout her youth and into adulthood. As a three-sport athlete in high school, Tierney spent most of her time competing but during her free time she discovered her love of coaching. Through high school and beyond, she spent weekends and summers working at her local Boy & Girls Club where she coached and mentored the community’s youth and shared with them her love of athletics.

Tierney’s love of playing and coaching continued throughout her college years. In 2014 she received a B.S. in Business Management from Marist College where she received a scholarship to play 4 years of Division I lacrosse.

Tierney moved to Prague in 2016 to coach the Czech Women’s National Lacrosse Team. Shortly after arriving she found PEFS and fell in love with the kids and the atmosphere.

“PEFS provides a place for kids to get active and have fun, simultaneously learning important values like teamwork and discipline. I am proud to be a part of an organization that encourages equality and diversity in a fun, safe environment for boys and girls from all over the world.”



​​U.E.F.A. certified football coach

CELTA certified English teacher

IHCYLT certified specialist teacher of young learners


S.K. Slavia Prague -English Language Assistant Coach 

Beverly Hills Futbol Club - Academy Director

UK International Soccer Camps - Technical Training Program Director

Oxford United F.C. - Football in the community coach

Sam Bizzell 

Sam is a professional coach with international experience teaching children in England, America, Spain and the Czech Republic. He has combined his teaching and coaching abilities to develop a unique skill-set in athletic instruction.

Sam studied Coach Education and Sports Development at the University of Bath before continuing his career as program director in a variety of roles in the U.S.A. developing and delivering coaching programs across the Los Angeles region. He recently worked as an Assistant Coach for S.K. Slavia Prague.

Dan aston 

started his football education when he was 6, and was fortunate enough to be able to represent Cheltenham Town Football Club at youth level for 2 years.
Dan started his coach education at the age of 17, and in almost 7 years as a coach, has had the privilege of teaching children of all ages and abilities in England, USA and Czech Republic.

Most notably, Dan worked for professional clubs such as Cheltenham Town and Portsmouth Football Club as a Community and Academy Coach, as well as an Academy Trainer in Columbus, Ohio for Challenger Sports.

After completing his Higher Education Diploma in Football Coaching at Southampton Solent University, he is currently finishing his Degree in Sports Fitness and Coaching at the Open University, and Studying for his UEFA B Licence.

"I think PEFS gives local and International children in Prague a fantastic opportunity to develop their football Skills through a blend of high quality training programs and fun games, as well as the opportunity to make new friends. The coaching staff have a great mixture of knowledge and enthusiasm, which are both essential to youth football coaching, and gives the children an educational and enjoyable experience to enhance their development as a footballer and as a person.

Mike Rogers 

was born and raised in Orlando, FL and began his football journey at the age of 5. Growing up he dedicated much of his time to both football and American football. At 14, Mike was invited to play for the Dutch club Ajax on their development team in the state of Florida and spent much of his teenage years playing competitively throughout the nation.

He attended the University of St. Francis where he chose to play American Football on scholarship but used his remaining eligibility to play football his senior year. 

Mike spent two years in the state of Florida assisting the Harmony High School girl's Varsity football team and began to develop his identity as a coach.

"In terms of development physically and mentally, sports provide children with tools that carry over into life as an adult. I believe in the importance of not only being involved in physical activities at a young age, but the lessons and values taught through sport. At the Prague English Football School, children are not only enjoying playing games, they're making friends and growing into great kids and that's something I'm excited to be a part of."


​​Learning should be a positive and enjoyable experience for all involved.

Children are active and sociable and learn naturally through movement, play and interactions with each other. The development of sport and motor skills should reflect and promote this.