A veteran of indoor soccer since 1978 (when the MISL launched), Keith Tozer is currently the head coach of the Milwaukee Wave and has more victories than any other coach in the history of North American indoor soccer.
In 1996, Tozer led the U.S. Futsal Team to its first-ever gold medal in the CONCACAF Championship as the assistant/interim coach. Promoted to head coach in 1998, Tozer’s squad finished third at the 2000 CONCACAF Championship, just missing the FIFA Futsal World Championship.
Four years later, Tozer led an unknown and underrated U.S. team made up of players exclusively from the MISL out of the CONCACAF region as champions. At the 2004 FIFA Futsal World Cup in Chinese Tapei, the U.S. advanced out of group play and earned worldwide respect as the seventh-best team in the world.
The first pick in the inaugural MISL draft, Tozer played indoors for 12 years, including six as a player/coach and earned five caps for the U.S. Futsal Team. Since 1991, he has focused exclusively on coaching.