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Youth Soccer

Bob Bigney serves as the Director, Youth Soccer Programs for El Paso Locomotive FC and will be leading all Locomotive FC Youth Soccer Outreach, Programs and Events.
With more than 30 years’ experience in coaching soccer, Bigney holds his US Soccer ‘A’ License, the National Youth License and is a certified instructor for US Soccer.  In addition, he is a licensed elementary school teacher having worked as a 4th grade teacher in Las Cruces and an elementary school PE teacher in VA and NM.
Bigney previously coached collegiate soccer for 12 years, served as the Director of Coaching for  several youth soccer clubs and worked as the Technical Director for the New Mexico Youth Soccer Association.
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JC Garzon is the Goalkeeper Coach and Youth Soccer Programs Coordinator for El Paso Locomotive FC.  In this role, he works on the coaching staff for the professional team and assists with all Locomotive FC Youth Soccer Programs.
Garzon recently completed his US Soccer ‘C’ License and has worked in youth soccer programs in NM, FL and TX.  Originally from Colombia, Garzon has coached soccer at the Youth, High School, College and Professional levels.
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Matt Williams

In addition to his duties with Locomotive FC Youth Soccer, Matt Williams serves as one of the Assistant Coaches to the professional team, specializing in Video Analysis.

Williams holds his National A Senior License from US Soccer and his UEFA B License from the Scottish FA. 

Williams most recently coached in the US Development Academy with the Jacksonville Armada FC.  He has also spent time as a college coach in Division 1, 2, and 3. 

"Having a coach with Matt's experience, knowledge and credentials working with youth soccer in El Paso is amazing and will help us offer high-level training and experiences to youth players in Locomotive programs", commented Bob Bigney, the Locomotive FC Director of Youth Soccer. 

Guillermo 'Memo' McFarlane

Locomotive FC Youth Soccer are very excited to add Guillermo 'Memo' McFarlane to its coaching staff.

Very well known in El Paso soccer circles, Memo has been coaching soccer for more than 25 years in this area. 

A former professional player with the El Paso Patriots, Coach Memo began playing soccer at age 18.   He went on to play for the Men's soccer club team at UTEP, where he was twice selected as a First Team All-American.  Later, with the Patriots, he was named All League First Team defender.  Memo also played for the Wichita Wings of the indoor professional soccer league. 

Bob Bigney, the Director of Youth Soccer for Locomotive FC stated, "we are so happy to have Coach Memo working for Locomotive Youth Soccer.  He is a local legend and well-liked by all in the soccer community.  His knowledge and passion for the game, and skill in developing young soccer players, will help Locomotive provide some wonderful opportunities for youth players."

More information about youth soccer will be posted soon! If you have any questions, please contact Bob Bigney at 915-235-3416 or