Paulo Neto started the Brazilian Way Soccer in 2004.  Brazilian Way Soccer includes a series of soccer oriented services, including camps, clinics, training programs, academies and futsal. All programs are designated for soccer players of all ages to become more familiar with the Brazilian style, especially when it comes to the ability to be inventive, express their creativity, and make effective decisions on the field.



June 14-17 • Pensacola/Perdido College ID Camp • 9am-2pm

June 14-17 • Pensacola/Perdido Youth Camp • 5:30-8pm

June 21-24 • Pearl River College ID Camp • Residential

June 28-July 2 • Brandon/Tampa Elite Training Camp • 9:00-3:00 pm (part-time option available)

July 5-8 • Panama City College ID Camp • 9am-2pm

July 5-8 • Panama City Youth Camp • 5:30-8pm

July 10-13, 2021 • Union College Residential Boys Camp 

July 13-16, 2021 • Union College Residential Girls Camp

July 19-22 • Hollidaysburg Youth Camp • 6-8:30 pm

July 19-23 • Pittsburgh Elite Training Camp • 9:00 am - 3:00 pm (half day option available)

July 26-29 • Knoxville Youth Camp • 5:30-8:30pm

August 2-6 • Riverview/Brandon Elite Training Camp • 9:00 am - 3:00 pm (half day option available)


Paulo NetoPaulo Neto is the founder and director of Brazilian Way Soccer Camps. Brazilian Way has been a driving force in growing the game of soccer in the east side of Kentucky and Tennessee, North Georgia and Western Pennsylvania, through clinics and camps. Neto is a professional soccer coach, having worked in all levels of the sport in America: four different universities in the last fourteen years (NAIA, NCAA-II and NCAA-I); three different semi-professional clubs at PDL and NPSL; Olympic Development Program at the state and regional levels; and several club teams in four different states. 

FelipeFelipe Lawall is the Mens Soccer Assistant Coach (2017 - Present) at the University of West Florida (NCAA-II). Lawall played for UWF (2003-06), helping the team to two Gulf South Conference regular-season titles, two GSC Tournament championships and a spot in the 2006 NCAA Division II Men's Soccer Championship national semifinals. Lawall, a native of Sorocaba, Brazil, was an NSCAA All-America in 2006 and a two-time all-region selection. He earned all-tournament team honors at the 2006 NCAA Division II Championships and in two GSC tournaments. Lawall was inducted to the UWF Hall of Fame in 2015. Lawall holds the NSCAA National Diploma and has been a high school and club coach in Northwest Florida for the past 13 years.