Coaches & Front Office
Marc has coached for WFC Rangers for more than 30 years, making him the dean of the club’s coaching staff. He also works as an administrator and trainer for Bellingham United’s Junior Hammers program, and previously has served as administrator of the Whatcom Development League (now known as the Rangers Development Program). Prior to joining the Rangers coaching staff, Marc spent six years coaching for the South Snohomish County Youth Soccer Association (now the Northwest Nationals), and he also coached at Edmonds High School and Lynnwood High School. During his 31-year career with the Rangers, Marc has taken five teams to the final four in the state Championship Cup, with three of those teams reaching the championship match and two of those winning state titles. He has coached one Rangers team in the US Youth Soccer Far West Regionals. Marc, who holds the United States Soccer Federation’s ‘C’ national coaching license, played at Mountlake Terrace High School and at Edmonds Community College. “I believe team comes first and non-soccer team bonding is crucial to a team’s success,” Marc says. “I like to introduce team travel with away tournaments so they learn how to represent their team, club and community in a positive way. Soccer skills come first but life skills will be what they take away from their time with the club.”
Jeff McIntyre is the previous owner and first supporter of Bellingham United. Jeff is also the President and co-founder of Ruffneck Scarves, based in Seattle, WA.