For over 25 years, Andrew Elsoffer has been coaching soccer in his community of Cleveland, Ohio. As a young man, Andrew was a three letterman athlete, holding positions on his school's soccer, baseball, and hockey teams. Later, he would play for the University of Michigan, semi-professionally for the Ann Arbor Cannon Club, and professionally for the Detroit Kickers. After some time, Andrew Elsoffer decided to focus on his career as a financial advisor, but he has never been able to abandon soccer.
Though Andrew's time playing soccer may be over, he has never left the sport completely behind. He has held coaching positions on a number of community and club teams for the last 20 or so years. To him, coaching gives him the greatest chance of making a positive impact on the young athletes in his community. Andrew Elsoffer is also the former President of the Orange Crush Soccer League.
When he's not involved with soccer, Andrew Elsoffer is a trusted investment advisor. Andrew has cultivated 25 years of experience in the industry, amounting to a successful career in the financial industry. His people-first approach to business, as well as his passion for community ties in his career, are evident in his day-to-day dealings.
Beyond his love of soccer and his dedication to his career, Andrew Elsoffer is also an avid outdoorsman. From hiking and biking to horseback riding and deep water fishing, Andrew thrives in the wilderness and has fostered a keen fondness of nature. Whenever possible, Andrew enjoys traveling to incredible natural destinations both domestic and international.
For more information about Andrew Elsoffer and his passions for philanthropy, soccer, and the outdoors, please visit his websites or check him out on social media.
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