Methacton United Premier

Methacton United Soccer Club is proud to announce our next evolution: Methacton United Premier! Launched to address the development needs of our top players and teams, Methacton United Premier represents the fruition of our long-term player development strategy that began with the hiring of Director of Coaching Andy Wilkes and continued with the launch of our Director's Development Program in 2011.

Joining our staff to launch this next evolution are two new coaches will exemplary resumes:

Coach / Team Key Resume Points

Bill Bonewitz


2003 Boys - Warriors Premier

  • Rosemont College, Women's Asst Coach, 2016-Present
  • Alvernia University, Women's Head/Asst Coach, 2006-2015
  • Ursinus College, Men's Asst Coach, Women's Head Coach, 1993-2003

Sal Carbone


2003 Girls - Magic

2004 Boys - Blue Demons Premier

  • US Men's National Team, Pool Player (2 caps), 1985-1990
  • US Youth National Teams, 1981-1985
  • Major League Soccer, Drafted by Kansas City Comets

What is Premier?

The Premier label is reserved for our most successful and most promising teams that follow a more advanced curriculum tuned to the specific needs of the team.

Premier travel teams will play in more competitive leagues, travel greater distances to find appropriate competitions, and be expected to commit to a year-round program.

A Lighter Option

Additionally, for those teams on the verge of becoming Premier teams, especially at the younger age groups, we offer a "Lite" premier model, defined by an increased training frequency with a dedicated trainer and higher levels of competition.

Our Premier Lite travel teams will offer year-round training and playing opportunities, but a firm year-round commitment is not a pre-requisite, particularly at U12 and below. At Methacton United, we strongly believe in developing well-rounded players, and playing other sports is key to that development.

Click on teams below for information on their coaching staffs, successful histories, and written plans for the coming season.

Premier Teams Premier "Lite" Teams

2003 Boys - Warriors Premier

2003 Girls - Magic

2004 Boys - Blue Demons Premier

2006 Girls - Blue Crush

2007 Boys - Lightning

Tryout information for all teams can be found at