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Charlotte FC Announces Additional Sporting Department Appointments Ahead of 2024 MLS Season

(January 24th, 2024) – Charlotte FC today announced the Club has added two staff members with nearly 30 years of combined MLS experience to the Club’s Sporting Department.

Tommy Wilson, who spent the last decade at the Philadelphia Union where he was responsible for youth development throughout the Union’s professional pathway, will begin his new role as Technical Director with Charlotte FC in February.

Tommy Wilson reflects on his Rangers exit, life in Philadelphia and striving for success Stateside

(July 17, 2022) – TOMMY WILSON left a club that was a Scottish institution for an American organisation that was still in its infancy. The world around him expanded exponentially and the job has grown in every year of the nine that he has been in Philadelphia. The wee things still matter, the attention to detail still has a profound presence in his work.

Philadelphia Union Academy director reflects on anniversary of Scottish Cup win

(May 16, 2022) – Though he’s better known for his role heading one of the most heralded youth academies in the U.S. over the past decade, back home in Scotland Tommy Wilson has his name permanently etched in the history of his former club because of what he accomplished 35 years ago today

Philadelphia Union Promote Tommy Wilson To Director of Academy And Professional Development

CHESTER, Pa. (June 29, 2021) – Philadelphia Union announced today that Tommy Wilson has been promoted to Director of Academy and Professional Development, a position that will integrate his previous role as Academy Director with new responsibilities that will oversee the Union’s entire player development pathway. Wilson will have oversight of every team, staff member, and player from the Union Junior Academy through Philadelphia Union II, ensuring a unified approach to implementing the club’s methodology and player development strategy.

New No. 1 club featured for first time in SoccerWire Top 100 Boys

Sterling, Va. – SoccerWire has revealed a new edition of its series highlighting the top youth clubs in the United States, and for the first time since the launch of the boys’ rankings, FC Dallas has been overtaken as the No. 1 ranked club. In the Top 100 Boys Soccer Clubs rankings for June 2021, Philadelphia Union has risen up one spot to take the top position

Union academy director Tommy Wilson helps lay groundwork for new MLS youth league

After the U.S. Soccer Federation shut down its Development Academy leagues for boys and girls youth soccer teams across the country, MLS stepped up to run its own boys league.

Tommy Wilson on the Philadelphia Union’s youth movement

Tommy Wilson arrived from Scotland in 2013 to become the Philadelphia Union’s Academy Director. Six years later, the Union has six Homegrown…

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