Inspiring Passion and Teaching the Skills of the Beautiful Game Since 1994


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About the Magic Moves Program


Magic Moves is a skill development program founded to help players increase their joy in the game. What started as a backyard collaboration with Rob Kehoe and his sons is now a highly regarded curriculum that supports technical education for players of all levels throughout southern Wisconsin, and beyond. With a structured approach to the fundamental and creative elements of technique and movement, we offer a variety of programs that empower players with the tools to work on their own and improve their playmaking ability.

Our ultimate goal is that every player we work with has a great experience, gains a broader knowledge base of how to develop their technical ability, and builds more confidence to meet the demands of the game.

Magic Moves has been widely praised as an invaluable asset in high school and club players development. We are excited to share more about how we can help individuals and teams maximize their potential, and look forward to working with you.


I participated in Magic Moves for many years, gaining skills and building relationships, that were unmatched in any other developmental program. Magic Moves broke the game down to such a granular level, that each touch I made on the ball became significantly better. Read More

Ellen Bartindale
University of Notre Dame, 2010 NCAA National Championship


Magic Moves is a must attend for players who are looking to develop their technical skills and foot speed but also their competitive edge through positive reinforcement and discipline. The Kehoes are fantastic coaches who create a positive environment for players to develop their skills and take risks. Read More

Jill Krivacek
University of Notre Dame, 2004 NCAA National Championship


Magic Moves is, without a doubt, the best soccer foot skills clinic available in the country. There are a number of good camps that young players can attend but none of them can match the repetition and the pace at which they learn the various moves needed to become a well rounded player.  Read More

Bill McCabe
Head Coach, Janesville Craig High School