Juan Cervantes fell in love with goalkeeping at a very young age, and elite coaches took notice. After honing his skills in the prestigious MLS' LA Galaxy Youth Academy set-up, Juan was invited into the U-17 National Team Residency program in Bradenton Florida. After a successful stint in Bradenton, Juan returned to Socal and won a USDA National Championship with the legendary Pateadores Soccer Club. Juan was the 34th overall recruit in the ESPN High school class of 2012 rankings, and immediately made an impact at UCLA. Eventually becoming their starting keeper. His performances were applauded by professional scouts and Juan began training with the LA Galaxy reserves and first team frequently during the summers. It was also at UCLA where Juan began to venture into the coaching ranks working as a goalkeeper coach for Impact Soccer Academy, Santa Monica High School, and UCLA's ID camps. Currently Juan is a member of the US National Beach Soccer Team and received his 1st cap at World Cup Concacaf Qualifiers in the Bahamas. Juan currently resides in West LA and is available for private and group sessions.