Parris Sirmans

"We build, manufacture and distribute Futbol in Bethlehem, PA"

We are the foundational value of what the City of Bethlehem produces for the beautiful game of soccer...Our passion of hard work and discipline are what we distill in our grass roots of the city's youth. The goal is to open the doors and pave the way for the future of the game and it's pupils.

In the (Steel) City of Bethlehem, pride is strong and our conviction for excellence is as strong as the steel built in this great city. We are The Bethlehem Futbol Factory.

Futbol Playing History:

U15.16,17,18 finalists or champions in {Hans Peter Memorial Tournament PA, Long Island Amateur Liberty NY Cup, NY Amherst Invitational, Al Dougherty Braddock Road Fairfax VA, Fireworks International Cup NJ, Fort Dix Select Tournament NJ, Pocono Cup PA, Tournoi International De Soccer Challenge Brossard Canada, Eastern Pennsylvania State youth champions, Liberty High School East Penn district 11, 2x All State Finalist & County)


NJCAA New England Champions & Finalists, National College Final Four finalists

Professional US Amateur Open Cup Northeast champions, SpVgg SV Weiden in the German Regionalliga,  USISL Reading Rage PA, USL High Point Dynamo NC, USL Austin  Lonestars TX, PDL Bradenton IMG, PDL Palm Harbor Night Hawks, MLS Metro Stars combine, Florida Suncoast Soccer League

Coaching History:
Summer soccer camp at Stetson Univ, FC Tampa Lutz Rangers, assistant coach at Tampa Bay United U14 boys, Head coach and technical director of FC Tampa Lutz Rangers U10 boys, YMCA Tampa FL, Shane Yates Manchester United International Youth Academy, FCB Barcelona Escola futbol instructor certified




Derek E. Reusser

Played Soccer at Liberty HS 1990-1991 and Moravian College 1993-1995, Coached High School and College from 1996-1997.


His playing career ended in 1997 after moving to Tampa, FL to pursue other career opporunities.

Derek is married with two children. In 2011, he returned to Bethlehem. Once his businesses were established locally, he caught the soccer bug again while coaching his son Derek Raymond.