Brad Fielder enters his second season with the Wesley men's soccer program in 2018.
Fielder has around 30 years of experience playing and 17 years coaching the game of soccer. Fielder played for the Roanoke Star Soccer Club in Virginia. He also played for a stint in Germany and Denmark during high school and then went on to play at La Roche College in Pittsburgh and then picked up to play at the semi-professional level for a couple of years where he was a goalkeeper. Brad’s coaching career started in 2000, since then he has been the head and assistant coach for multiple clubs, middle school and high school teams. Fielder specializes in goalkeeper training, holding his goalkeepers' training level 1 and level 2 diplomas through the United Soccer Coaches. He also holds a USSF National D License and a United Soccer Coaches Level 1 Futsal Certification.
Along with training the goalkeepers at Wesley, Fielder currently coaches for the Delaware Union Soccer Club (an affiliate of the Philadelphia Union) on the girl's and boy's side, is a State of Delaware ODP Goalkeeper Trainer and a 2005 Boy's State of Delaware ODP Coach.
He is the current Vice President of Operations for the Delaware Soccer is Life program, which is a non-profit to help children that are financially challenged be able to have the opportunity to play soccer.