Christian Fuchs is a professional soccer player in the English Premier League, a Premier League Champion with Leicester City FC in 2015/2016, and founder of the Foxes Sports Foundation. Over the past years, he has established Fox Soccer Academy as a worldwide recognized soccer academy with the goal to give ambitious players a platform to showcase their abilities and to have a chance to become professional. Together with his wife Raluca, he operates Hudson Sports Complex, a sports facility in Warwick, NoFuchsGiven Fashion and NoFuchsGiven esports.
Raluca Gold-Fuchs has a financial background and is the founder of RA Entertainment, an events management company operating out of New York City. Raluca is socially very engaged sitting on the board of various national and international charities such as MARA Society, The Alex Fund, Hospices Of Hope as well as on the Board of the Viennese Opera Ball in New York. Amongst other companies, Raluca runs, together with her husband, Hudson Sports Complex in Warwick, NoFuchsGiven Fashion and Fox Soccer Academy which is operating in three countries.
Heinz Griesmayer holds a masters in Sports Science and French. For the past 39 years he is a high school teacher in Austria in Wiener Neustadt. Heinz was a professional soccer player for SC Wiener Neustadt in the second Austrian division. After his retirement he had coaching positions at several clubs before working as the assistant coach for SV Mattersburg in the Austrian Bundesliga, the highest league in Austria. Heinz is a passionate supporter of young soccer players and helps African orphans through the charity “Freunde kicken für Afrika” (Friends kick for Africa).
Elizabeth (Beth) Schachinger is a wife and mom of two aspiring soccer stars from Long Island, New York. Currently a freelance writer, Elizabeth received her B.A. from Fairfield University, in Connecticut. She worked for many years in Manhattan and on Long Island in the fields of publishing, advertising and marketing. In addition to her writing career, she has served her community as a PTA board member, and as a volunteer soccer coach for the Lynbrook/East Rockaway Soccer Club. She is a founding member of the Bayern Munich Fan Club of Long Island, is an avid member of the NYC Foxes Fan Club, and is a passionate soccer player, fan and mom.
Dr. Sandow is a board certified orthopedic clinical specialist in physical therapy and Program Manager of Physical Therapy at NYU Langone Orthopedic Hospital and Harkness Center for Dance Injuries. Dr. Sandow teaches at NYU graduate, post-graduate, and continuing medical education programs. She has published articles in peer-reviewed medical journals, is an invited speaker to international medical conferences, and is a frequent consultant on health in national journals such as Family Circle and CNN. She has served on the board of the Riverdale Nursery School and Family Center and The Anderson School PS 334 in New York.
Adam Sadler has a post graduate degree in High Performance Soccer Coaching and the UEFA PRO license, the highest recognized soccer license worldwide. During his active soccer career he played for teams of Barnsley, Manchester United, and Newcastle United. He entered coaching at the age of 21 at Newcastle United (English Premier League), followed by spells at Norwich City and Manchester City, before joining Leicester City in 2014 where he became English Premier League Champion. On 26 February 2019, Sadler and joint-caretaker manager Mike Stowell oversaw a 2–1 home win over Brighton & Hove Albion. Adam is heavily engaged with charities such as the Bobby Robson Foundation, the Michael Carrick Foundation, and the Toma Foundation.
Mark Smith has a BSc in Sports Coaching & Development. He for soccer clubs in Australia, Greece, England, and Egypt for the past 15 years. In 2012 he started working with Crystal Palace, a English Premier League club, followed by a one year engagement with Brighton & Hove Albion (English Premier League), after returning to the UK. He is extremely passionate in helping to provide opportunities for young people and has previous experience with working with charities and foundations in soccer. Mark spent 2 years on the board of Crystal Palace FC’s Foundation in England and was vital to the charity’s huge growth In South London.
Ben Rechler graduated from the University of Syracuse with a Bachelor of Science in Sports Management from the David M. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics. This passion for sports led Ben to join SPM where he leads all of our clients contract negotiations as the USSF and FIFA licensed Intermediary for the ﬁrm. Ben focuses on overseeing operations, client relationships and overseas partnerships. He started his own charity during his college time for inner city children in Syracuse and worked with the Southwest Community center to organize soccer programs and provide lunch. He also did projects abroad in Ghana, spent a month helping overhaul orphanages, repairing facilities, and tough English and soccer to preschoolers.