Phillip Gyau

Head of Skills Development

About Phillip: Coach Gyau is a former U.S. Men’s National Team (’88-‘90) who earned six caps and was a Player-Coach for the U.S. National Beach Soccer Team.

Gyau played professionally in Belgium and the United States playing with the Washington Warthogs, Baltimore Blast, Tampa Bay Rowdies, the Colorado Foxes, Montreal Impact, Washington Diplomats, and Maryland Bays.

As a college player, Gyau led Howard University to an NCAA National Championship as their leading scorer. He is also currently the Head Coach for Howard University Men’s Soccer Team.

At the club level, Coach Gyau has taken his teams to several Maryland State Championships and a Regional Championship while developing several players in the U.S. Soccer Residency U17 Program.

Gyau’s daughter, Mia-Irene Gyau, played with Bethesda SC Boys U15 Lions, and his son, Joseph played with Bethesda for 8 years before being invited to the U17 National Team Residency Program. Joe currently plays for FC Cincinnati and the United States Men’s National Team.

Phillip is a coach for Bethesda Soccer Club’s Youth Development Program and Senior Boys Program. He currently holds a USSF National ‘B’ Coaches License.