Erin McNulty, former professional goalkeeper and National B Licensed coach, is leading Field Art's 2019/2020 goalkeeping programs. Specialized goalkeeper training will take place on Tuesday and Sunday from September 2019 through June 2020.
Originally from Winnipeg, Erin is a former professional, international and NCAA D1 goalkeeper. She was a member of the Canadian Women’s National Team Program for 12 years (2004-2015), and represented Canada in 3 U20 World Cups. With the National Team, she led the U20 side to the CONCACAF Gold Medal, keeping a clean sheet to defeat the United States in the final. She played club soccer for both the Vancouver Whitecaps Women and the Seattle Sounders Women, and also played professionally for 3 years in the Norwegian Toppserien. Erin competed collegiately in the NCAA for both Florida State University (2007-2010) and Penn State University (2011-2012), where she represented both schools in the National Championship (2007 and 2012).
Erin has a bachelor’s degree in Business Management (Florida State University), and a master’s degree in Higher Education (Penn State University).
Erin has a UEFA youth coaching license, and has recently completed her Canadian National “B” License. Erin is also the goalkeeper coach with the Whitecaps GE REX Program. To learn more about the Field Art goalkeeping program and to register, please visit https://www.fieldart.ca/programs-academy