Bill Moravek is currently an official Scout for 2010 UEFA Europa League Finalists, Fulham FC, of England's Championship where he has been with the club since 2011. He has spent the last 4.5 years living in London where his two sons, William and Michael, also played in Fulham's Academy squads.
Moravek was an official scout for English Premiership side, Southampton FC from 2003-2005 and was an academy coach for them from 2001-2003. In his time as an academy coach with Southampton he was fortunate to coach the likes of Gareth Bale of Real Madrid and Nathan Dyer of Swanea among others. In addition he worked as an apprentice with the first team under Gordon Strachan who is currently the manager of Scotland's National Team as well as reserve team manager and former England U21s National Team coach, Steve Wigley.
In 2003, Moravek was an assistant coach with Jamaica's full National Team which saw him in action against the USA, Nigeria, Paraguay, Cuba and Brazil Select. Moravek was also assistant to the Olympic U23s, U20s and U17s sides.
In 2000-2001, Moravek was the head national team coach for the British Virgin Islands and Seba United FC(Currently Montego Bay United) in Jamaica’s premier division of their pro league.
Moravek has also coached with the Maryland Mania of the professional “A” League and college sides, NCAA Division 1, Longwood University, Howard University and NCAA Division 2 Shepherd University.
Moravek was a scholarship athlete for Clemson University's 1987 National Championship and 1988 World Collegiate winning teams. In addition, he was a member of Clemson's Gator Bowl winning football team of 1989-1990
Moravek is founder and technical director of Moravek Soccer School.
Moravek earned the USSF “A” License in 1999