Our trainers teach the revered Brazilian approach to soccer. In Brazil, a person who plays soccer with skill and expertise is considered an artist.
We teach our players that achieving happiness and cultivating advanced soccer skills go hand in hand.
Brazilian Art Soccer
PO Box 1722
Merrimack NH 03054
Meet our Trainers
We are proud to have some of the finest trainers as our own:
Native to Brazil, Bruno Victal was a professional soccer player brought to this area by the NH Phantoms in 2001. Bruno was recognized as the best college player in Brazil in 1999 and represented his country in the World University Games in Spain, where he was the lead scorer of the Brazilian Team and was named MVP. Because of his success, Bruno was called up again by the Brazilian men's national team in 2000 to play in France.
Currently, Bruno is one of the most sought-after soccer coaches in Southern New Hampshire. As president of Brazilian Art Soccer and Club Director of Nashua World Cup, he has provided training and coaching for thousands of players since 2001. Bruno is also a nationally recognized futsal coach. He is a member of the coaching staff for the United States Youth Futsal National Teams, and Director of Coaching for FutsalNH, one of the largest futsal academies in the country. He is passionate about soccer and futsal and he enjoys relaying his skill and expertise to his players.
Born in Cape Verde, Manny played a year in Italy before coming to the U.S. to attend St. Lawrence University (B.S. & M.S.) where he was a four-year All-State and a two-year All-American. Manny still holds the record for the most goals and assists in the University's history. After playing a year in Portugal, Manny returned to the U.S. and played professionally with the Boston Bull Dogs, the Rhode Island Stingrays, and the NH Phantoms.
Manny is a Language teacher and Varsity Soccer Coach at the New Hampton School.
Tom is one of the original founders of FUTSALNH. He has been on the leading edge of futsal training in NH for the last 9 years, and has attended training sessions with the US National Futsal Coach Keith Tozer. His resume includes coaching at Souhegan High School for the last 18 years, where he has been part of multiple state championships and winning several coaching honors. He has been a valuable asset in building a perennial powerhouse soccer program in the state of NH. He is a trainer/coach for Nashua World Cup and has worked at several soccer camps in NH and MA. Tom has been a staff coach for NH ODP and holds an NSCAA National Diploma and USSF "C" license. In 2010, Tom received the NSCAA National East Region Coach of the Year honor.