KMC Community Projects have a 5 star rating for Parent Satisfaction and Child Safety.
KMC Community Projects are a non-profit Social Enterprise making positive impacts to local communities.
We use Education and Sport to enhance the lives of young people. We continually look for ways where we can provide programmes to suit the needs of our local community. Whether that is working with SEN Schools by providing health and well-being programmes or delivering sports and activity camps to all age groups to promote a healthier life style.
Meet The Team
Kieran is an ‘A’ licenced Football coach who spent many years working with Everton Football Club’s youth Academy. As well as coaching at a very high level he also played at a high level in his playing days. After leaving Everton FC in 2013, He founded KMC Education offering P.E, PPA cover, Lunchtime and Afterschool Provision in primary schools across the city of Liverpool. He is also a Director of the charity arm of KMC Community Projects Ltd, delivering FREE Sports & Activities to local children across Liverpool. He is married with 3 children.
Sam is a young but experienced coach who has been coaching since the age of 16 when he joined a coaching course after leaving school. During his course Sam also spent a summer in the USA coaching on football camps across different cities. Sam also played at a high level and still enjoys playing now and during his youth played at clubs such as Liverpool FC and Tranmere Rovers. In his days at LFC Sam played in the same team as Trent Alexander Arnold.
Senior Sports Coach
Joel is a young sports coach who started his coaching journey in 2018 when he was the first coach to complete an apprenticeship with KMC Sports. Since completing his apprenticeship he has progressed at a rapid pace to a high level and secured a full time job with KMC Community Projects. Joel is a boxer who has won a silver medal at the Junior English Championships and also qualified for a highly ranked competition but was unfortunately unable to compete due to a shoulder injury. Joel aspires to continue his coaching journey and would like to coach abroad.