Adam Sayers enters his second season as a member of the Middle Tennessee coaching staff. Before arriving at Middle Tennessee, Sayers served as a youth soccer coach and educator with the U.K. Elite Soccer Academy in New Jersey.
Prior to his stint with U.K. Elite Soccer, Sayers spent two years as an assistant in Football Development with the Football Association of Wales. Among his duties were coordinating the Soccer Center of Development for children ages 9-to-16, focusing on player development with view to progression to professional clubs.
Originally from Birmingham, England, Sayers moved to Tennessee in 1996 to play soccer at Tusculum College, where he earned All-Region honors and was a member of the 1999 South Atlantic Conference championship team. He also achieved All-Tournament team honors.
After completing his master's degree at Eastern Kentucky University, Sayers moved to Wales, United Kingdom, and began his career with the Welsh National Football Association. He is currently working on his Doctorate of Philosophy in Human Performance at Middle Tennessee. Sayers is an NSCAA qualified goalkeeper coach, and holds both the USSF "A" Coaching License, and the UEFA "B" Coaching License.