Eric Landon is currently the Technical Director for Utah Youth Soccer Association. Landon's experience is wide-ranging, most recently as an Assistant Coach for UVU Men's soccer for the 2017 season, he was also an Assistant/GK coach for UVU during the 2016 season. He works with the Utah ODP and has done so since 2001 as a head coach and goalkeeper trainer. Landon has also held instructor positions with U.S. Soccer and the USC, and holds a U.S. Soccer 'A' License, U.S. Soccer National Goalkeeper License, U.S. Soccer National Youth License, and the USC Premier Diploma.
He has also served as the technical director for the Forza Futbol Club, formerly known as Utah Rush, as head coach of the Viewmont High School girl’s team, as an assistant coach on the Real Salt Lake Youth Academy team, and earlier in his career was an assistant coach with Southern Utah University women’s soccer.
Landon’s professional playing career began in 1998 with the USL Division 3 Arizona Sahurous. He also played with TSV Ludwigsburg in Germany, for the USL A Sacramento Geckos and the USL Division 3 Utah Blitzz.
Landon presently resides in Farmington, Utah, with his wife Kim and two daughters, Makena and Addison.
Eli Ulvi is currently the Technical Director for Park City SC. He recently joined the club after years of serving as the Technical Director for Alaska Youth Soccer Association. He has held multiple titles and positions throughout his career including: Technical Director, Coach, Coaching Education Instructor, General Manager, and player. He holds a U.S. National 'A' License, a U.S. National Youth License, USC Premier Diploma, USC Goalkeeper 1 Diploma, and a KNVB Dutch Certificate.
While coaching in Alaska, Eli was selected as the Alaska Youth Soccer Competitive Boys Coach of the Year for 2017. He also was selected to the Region IV ODP coaching staff and ran regional camps for that program. With a background in Oregon as well, he has worked with the Portland Timbers as a Pre-Academy coach. Eli worked as an assistant coach for Clark College Men's Soccer from 2013-2015.
Eli played professional at the PASL level for the Central Oregon Steelheads, where he served as a player coach in 2010/2011. Collegiately Eli played for Fort Lewis College and was a NCAA D2 Finalist in 1999.