Partnering with Tech Vavel, we will build a blockchain platform on EOS or Theos to utilize the marketing power of blockchain, encourage community engagement and investor transparency.
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We hope to inspire a youth development pipeline for Hawaii and the Pacific Rim thus sustaining our player development.
Pancho Shoffeitt, CTO
Founder of Makani FC and driving force behind establishing a pro soccer team in the islands. An avid football enthusiast, he volunteered for the Hawaiian Invitational – the precursor for the Pacific Rim Cup. Shoeffeitt offers his experience and insider perspective on market research required for hosting a professional soccer team in Hawaii.
Sergio Bolioli, CEO
Co-Founder of Makani FC, President of Major Island Soccer Organization (MISO), local representative for US SOCCER. MISO has been in operation for 24 years. Bolioli currently heads up operations for MISO youth and adult leagues, and organized Hawaii’s first international women’s exhibition game between Makani FC womens/MISO Select team vs Nojima Stella Japan D-1 team.
Marketing Director. Originally from Madrid, Spain, Javier is currently the assistant coach for the Hawaii Pacific University men’s and women soccer teams where he previously played for 3 years. On the U.S mainland, Risco has worked for Juventus Academy in Silicon Valley as Marketing Director and Director of Coaching, as well as Real Madrid FC as Technical Director. Also, Risco has collaborated with FC Barcelona to participate in sports summer camps in Hawaii, U.S and Canada.
Chief Content Officer. Born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii, Lee grew up playing soccer in Hawaii. Today, Lee is a business owner who specializes in video solutions for local entrepreneurs and businesses. Adjusting to market demands and adopting emerging technology is at the forefront of Lee’s business.
LOCATION & FACILITIES
The Waipio Soccer Stadium & Complex is located outside of downtown Honolulu, in Central Oahu. With multiple practice fields and 1 stadium that meets all prerequisites for NISA implementation, this complex is a perfect fit for our teams. Currently in use by youth and adult leagues.
For NISA (National Independent Soccer Organization) prerequisites it is important to note that Honolulu will be building a 35,000 capacity stadium, scheduled for completion in 2023.
Currently we have a 50,000 capacity stadium where past soccer tournaments have been held. The Pacific Rim Cup in 2017 had an attendance of 9,800 lacking the highest caliber of local marketing in the islands.