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Bozidar “Bo” Jelovac- is currently playing and coaching at the same time. He is the captain of the indoor professional soccer team, Syracuse Silver Knights. He started coaching five years ago and since then he has been involved in youth soccer programs in Central New York.


Coaching experience:

Bo is currently the head coach of SDA U10 boys, director of Silver Knights camps, Varsity coach of the Maine-Endwell Spartans boy’s soccer team and director of Bo’s Elite Soccer Training.

2015-present- SDA U10 boys coach

2015-present- Maine-Endwell Spartans boys Varsity coach

2015-present- Director of Silver Knights camps

2014- Binghamton University assistant Volunteer

2013-2014- Maine-Endwell Spartans boys Modified coach

2012-2014- Greater Binghamton Footskills Academy

2012-2014- Greater Binghamton Soccer Associations

2012- Director of Vermont Voltage camps

Coaching license:



Playing experience:


After graduating from the University at Albany in 2011, he went to Europe and played two years of professional soccer in the Czech Republic and Serbia before he returned to the U.S. Since then he played for outdoor teams Vermont Voltage (PDL), Greater Binghamton FC (NPSL) and indoor team Syracuse Silver Knights (MASL). He made it to the PDL all star team in 2012 and to the NPSL team of the year 2013 with 15 goals and 4 assists. In the 2013-2014 season for the Silver Knights he also earned All-MISL Second team of the year. He earned multiple times MISL and MASL team of the week playing for the Silver Knights.


Bo played for the University at Albany from 2007-2011. In four years at Albany he led the team in scoring, earned America East Men’s Soccer All-Academic Team Honors, named to the America East All-Conference Men’s Soccer Team, he was MVP of the team and co-captain of the team.


College Degree:

Bachelor of Science (Finance/Management)



Bo is a Serbian native and he grew up playing soccer over there. In outdoor soccer, he plays forward where in indoor he plays a defender. He knows how hard it is to get to a professional level and that is why he decided to start coaching to try and help others using his own personal experience and knowledge of the game. There are a lot of obstacles to face to get to the top and the only way to get there is to work hard every day and to stay determined and focused on bettering themselves. Like one of his coaches said in the past, 10 percent is talent and 90 percent is hard work.

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