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March 16, 2016 07:24 PM

After being nominated the Region II Competitive Female Coach of the Year in 2015. Jorge Eufracio, former Indiana Soccer member was in the eyes of several soccer organizations trying to get them on board to work with their programs. However, after several interviews with different organizations in Indiana and outside of the state, Eufracio chosen the professional world.  With that being said, Eufracio was named the head coach of the newly WPSL team Chill SBC Soccer Club from Lansing, Michigan.
Prior to this announcement, Jorge Eufracio worked for Tippecanoe Soccer Association for several years, where he made a tremendous impact. His guidance has helped the 99 Blue girls’ team develop into a successful side in the US Youth Soccer Midwest Regional League and the US Youth Soccer Presidents Cup. Eufracio organizes team activities and is dedicated to providing the best opportunities for their players to reach their full potential physically, intellectually, emotionally and spiritually.  
Last year, he also served for a short period of time as the technical director for St. Francis Soccer Club in the south side of Indianapolis.
After an extensive search, the Chill SBC Soccer Club is delighted to announce the hiring of Jorge Eufracio as the head coach of the newly formed Women's Premier Soccer League (WPSL) team. 
Jorge brings a wealth of experience in at the highest levels of the Women's game to the position having served previously as the assistant coach of FC Indiana women's professional team between 2007 and 2009 in the now dissolved USL W-League. He has also spent several years working at the international level, serving in a variety of roles with the youth national teams of Mexico and the Republic of Ireland.