Co-Founder | FIFA Agent: Francisco Terreros, affectionally known as “Cisco” began his career in sports marketing as an intern during the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, while playing collegiate soccer for Dixie State University as a left-back. In 2005, with his knowledge of the sport as an athlete and background in the industry as an intern, Cisco began working for the newly formed Real Salt Lake as the Hispanic Relations Manager.
During his time at RSL, Cisco began obtaining his USSF coaching certifications, while coaching for a local academy. Upon his successes with Real Salt Lake’s front office, Cisco was transferred to Columbus Crew SC, and from 2009 until 2012 he served as the Director of Hispanic Relations, overseeing the team’s Hispanic marketing and PR initiatives, on the sponsorship and media side. During his time at The Crew, Cisco began working closely with then team’s technical director Brian Bliss, assisting in international scouting and as an operations liaison during the team’s 2009-2011 CONCACAF Champions League’s run. During that time and under the direction of Brian Bliss, Cisco continued his coaching career as the assistant coach of the U19-20 Columbus Crew Academy team, winning 4 national championships as well as the assistant coach of Capital University.
After Crew SC, Cisco obtained his FIFA Intermediary License while working full time for Wells Fargo Bank in the regional sports marketing and enterprise social media departments, where he learned a great deal in how brands worked with athletes and properties alike.
His experience as a coach, a scout, team executive and marketer, Cisco has built a strong resume, allowing him to negotiate over $30 million dollars in on and off the field contracts