Kelowna United Football Club
Contact

Mailing Address

Kelowna United FC
#200 – 1415 Hunter Court
Kelowna, BC  V1X 6E6
Phone: (250)-801-1597


Kelowna United Staff

Technical Director
Dante Zanatta
technical3@kelownaunited.com
ph: 250-801-8031

Assistant Technical Directors
Tom Flanagan
Yann Calmets

Club Administrator
Lorrie Leins
admin@kelownaunited.com
ph: 250-801-1597

Bookkeeper/Finance
Curtis Morcom


UBCO Junior Heat

General Manager
Scott Jacobsen
gm@juniorheatsoccer.com

Administrator
Birgitta Cangiano
info@juniorheatsoccer.com

2017 Board of Directors

President
Chris Van Demark
bcvandemarks@telus.net

Vice President
Dan Turner
manudan@shaw.ca

Secretary
Fae Pixton-Brown
f.pixton@shaw.ca

Treasurer
Francisco Rubio
frubio@gmail.com

KU Director(s) at Large
Tyler Bigattini
tylerbigattini@hotmail.com
Bruce Clarke
bhclarke77@gmail.com
Scott Jacobsen
gm@juniorheatsoccer.com
Otto Lohn
lohnotto@gmail.com
David Lommer
ddlommer@telus.net
Cam West
triwestfencing@shaw.ca

COYSA Representatives
Surinder Gosal
suri_gosal@hotmail.com
Kelly Sherman
kelly.sherman@ecora.ca

 

 

 Brandon McCallum, CSEP-CPT, B.H.K., SportMed B.C.  
Strength & Conditioning Coach, Causier Sport Performance
Personal Trainer & Group Fitness Instructor
P: 306-641-5583   Email:  brando.mccallum@gmail.com 

This is Brandon’s third year as the Strength & Conditioning Coach of Kelowna United Strength & Conditioning and the Junior Heat. With a degree in Human Kinetics and a niche in youth athlete development in the Personal Training and Strength & Conditioning fields, Brandon started his career with Kelowna United in 2014 with mentor Sean Causier and Causier Sport Performance. He has his SportMed B.C. Sports Aid, CSEP-Certified Personal Training, DotFit and Group Fitness Instructor Certifications and is currently studying to become an NSCA Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist.

His passion and dedication for the game has been lifelong as he played on the University of British Columbia Okanagan Heat men’s soccer team for 5 years after making the transition from small town Saskatchewan. His commitment to developing youth athletes roots deeply from his own past experiences as each success in life on and off the pitch has unfolded from a belief in the process of hard work, dedication, drive and perseverance. 

“Life doesn’t owe you anything, the gift is the uphill battle, a challenge that’s a pleasure to overcome.”