Bill Elliott

Technical Director

Chattanooga, TN
Seasons Coached
2012.0–2021.0, 2021.1
Previous Team
University of West Florida

Head Coach Bill Elliott joined Chattanooga FC in 2012. He has led the team to seven NPSL Southeast Conference Championships, three NPSL South Region Championships and three NPSL National Title bids. In 2015 Bill helped guide CFC to win the US Amateur National Championship, the Hank Steinbrecher Cup. Bill has been named NPSL Coach of the Year three times (2014, 2015, 2016).

In his collegiate coaching career at the University of West Florida, Elliott is a seven-time GSC Coach of the Year and a three-time South Region Coach of the Year. In the summer of 2010, he was also named to the GSC Men’s Soccer All-Time Team. In 2016, the University of West Florida Mens's team reached the NCAA Final Four under his leadership. Over the past 13 seasons, the UWF Men's team has reached 10 conference finals in total.

Elliott has coached for Maryville College, Tennessee Wesleyan, Mobile Revellers (USL), Pensacola Barracudas (USL), and Panama City Beach Pirates (PDL). He has played for several teams, including Hixson High, The University of Tennessee at Knoxville, and Pensacola Barracudas (USL). Like his Chattanooga FC counter-parts, Elliott also played for Chattanooga Express.

Elliott holds an M.S. in Recreation and Sports Management from The University of Tennessee, as well as an NSCAA Advanced National Diploma and a USSF A License. He is married to Chrissy, who gave him two beautiful children.

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