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Kieran Anderson


Kieran has been a professional soccer coach for over a decade now, getting involved in the profession whilst undertaking his BA Sports Studies at the University of Stirling (Scotland). He has worked with Happyfeet on numerous ventures now, taking the company to both Scotland and China. He has also worked as an academy coach for Rangers Football Club. He is passionate about the impact HappyFeet has on our Vancouver Community. 

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Liam Mumford

Program Director

Liam is a creative, artistic and athletic talent who has immersed himself in the field of youth education and program development over the last 10 years. Coming from the UK, Liam graduated with a degree in Dramatic Arts, which has made him very approachable, resourceful and quick-thinking. Liam has played soccer his whole life and takes great pride and joy in coaching others to play the beautiful game.


Aaron O'Houlihan

ASD Program Coordinator & Lead Coach

Aaron comes to Vancouver from Ireland, where he obtained his BSc in Adapted Physical Activity. He has been working with neurodiverse children for over ten years across multiple professional settings. Having worked in various residential and sports team settings, he is extremely passionate about providing programming that is inclusive to all. Combining his love of soccer with his knowledge and experience working with children on the autism spectrum, Aaron has helped us to create our innovative HappyFeet ASD Program so that we can expand our program to more members of the community.

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Interesting in joining out team? We are always looking for energetic go-getters who are passionate about working with youth. If you think you would be a good fit for our team, send us an email, complete with your resume, to


"All the coaches at Happy Feet are beyond incredible. They are fun, energetic, patient, and kind. The coaches are well-suited to the age group and provide age-appropriate learning strategies. Our child loves going to soccer and looks forward to it all week! I could go on all day about how great they are."

Maren, Parent

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