As a youth player, Ramon Mifflin was part of the United States Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program and represented California on their state team. He then went on to play NCAA Division 1 soccer at the University of San Francisco. His father, Ramon Mifflin Sr., played professionally for 18 years and represented the Peru National Team in the 1970 FIFA World Cup.
After college, he played professionally in the US and Peru’s first-division club Carlos Manucci. Ramon is currently the boy’s technical director at Blizzard Soccer Club and the men’s assistant coach at Mount Royal University. He has led seven Tier 1 teams to provincial gold medals and six national medals.
Ramon now leads the Tanbridge Academy Soccer Program, running programs for students in grades four to nine and one to three. He runs high-intensity training sessions that focus on dribbling, first touch, ball mastery, passing, defending, and heading. He enjoys working with the students at Tanbridge Academy and further developing their soccer skills and love of the game.