Sam Zapatka Men's National Team Administrator at U.S. Soccer Federation Greater Chicago Area 500+ connections
Sam Zapatka is an Administrator, Men's National Team at U. S. Soccer Foundation based in Washington, D.C., District of Columbia. Previously, Sam was a Team Manager at USA Volleyball and ... Read More
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This week, our guest is Sam Zapatka who is the Operations Manager for US Soccer. During the interview, Sam imparts three of the best mottos heard in FOF history: "Being comfortable in the uncomfortable situation", "Mai Pen Rai", and "Failing Forward". Sam's passion for his job and giving back to the community practically jumps out of the speakers.
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Sam Zapatka FRISCO, TX - March 29, 2016: The US U-23 Men's National team vs Colombia in a Olympic qualifying match at the Toyota Stadium. Final score, USA 1, Colombia 2.
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The U.S. Soccer Federation, a.k.a. US Soccer or USSF, was founded Apr 5, 1913, and incorporated in 1914 in New York City. The organization relocated operations from Colorado Springs, Colo., to "U.S. Soccer House," two refurbished mansions in Chicago's Prairie Avenue Historical District, in Dec 1991. Originally called the U.S. Football Association through 1944, the organization rebranded as the ...