Coach Eieri Jordan-Salivia

Eieri Jordan-Salivia

Eieri Jordan-salivia - Technical Director

Involved with soccer from an early age, Eierí has been part of different travel teams that lead him to discover and learn various aspects of soccer and youth sports around the world. At youth levels, Eierí developed his skills on the streets of Puerto Rico and had the chance of forming part of various National Team pools from Puerto Rico. As an adult, Eierí experienced professionalism and international competition with the Puerto Rico Beach Soccer National Team and the club Astra Ploiești from Romania.

As a coach, Eierí is a licensed soccer coach with the United States Soccer Federation, as well as having sport coaching and administration education from numerous organizations such as FIFA, USC, LMA, FPF and others. His coaching career started in Puerto Rico with the club Deportivo Barbosa and his former High School. Through years of development coaching in Puerto Rico, Minnesota, and Michigan, Eierí has been able to coach on club systems, high schools, college, semi-professional, and international soccer.

Eierí, a former alumnus of the United Soccer Coaches 30 under 30 program, currently holds a Master's degree in Applied Kinesiology from the University of Minnesota, an undergrad in Sports Management from the United States Sports Academy, and teacher preparation in the areas of physical education, health, and physical education for students with disabilities.

Highlighted Soccer Education:
B License (United States Soccer Federation)
Premier Diploma (United Soccer Coaches)
Futsal Lv. 2 (United States Youth Futsal)
Beach Soccer Coach (Puerto Rico Soccer Federation & FIFA)
Director of Coaching Diploma (United Soccer Coaches)

"I love my family, soccer, and traveling. I am fortunate I can combine all 3 and live a happy life while I pursue my passions and joy with BC Fire. Soccer is something I've been involved since childhood -the days where my world was about kicking the ball around and playing for the joy if it.

Over the years, I have developed a passion for coaching and I've learned the value of excellent education. Therefore, I started the never-ending journey of becoming a teacher and helping form those who will one day lead us.

As a current resident of Calhoun County, I see a world of endless possibilities for soccer and youth in this area. I believe in unity, and I believe in being great -two things I hope to transmit to the club, the community, and the families we serve


Jon Davis

Jon Davis - Executive Director

Jon Davis, an MSU advertising graduate, is the organization’s first Executive Director. His strategic vision and extensive expertise in business management are poised to drive the club into a new era of development, enhancing business prospects and expanding revenue opportunities.

As the Executive Director, Davis will spearhead initiatives to bolster the club’s business avenues, elevating its stature in the competitive landscape of soccer. His role will encompass steering the club’s strategic direction, cultivating partnerships, and optimizing revenue streams to fortify the club’s position in the community.

BC Fire Soccer Club’s Technical Director, Eieri Jordan-Salivia, expressed enthusiasm about Davis’s appointment, stating, “Jon brings a wealth of experience and a passion for soccer that aligns perfectly with our club’s mission. His leadership will be instrumental in maximizing the potential of our organization, both on and off the field. Moreover, Jon grew up playing with the BC Soccer Club before it turned into what we know today as BC Fire. That has added value to his appointment.”

The President of BC Fire Soccer Club, Allison Birmingham, echoed these sentiments, emphasizing, “Jon’s history within the organization and sport of soccer combined with business experience will allow the Club to leverage community resources and partnerships like never before.  The Battle Creek surrounding area has so much to offer, and we can’t wait to serve those with passion for soccer and community involvement through Jon’s leadership skills.”

Jon Davis joins BC Fire Soccer Club with a distinguished background in business, having previously held key positions for a span of 15 years driving business growth and operational excellence for Katz Media Group in Atlanta, GA and Davis Oil in Battle Creek, MI. He is also an accomplished soccer coach, looking to begin his US Soccer C license in the near future.

Speaking about his role, Jon Davis commented, “I am eager to channel my passion for soccer and my experience in business into the role of Executive Director for BC Fire. It’s clear to see that our club is growing in size and in strength and I’m committed to our continued success. Go Fire!”

The appointment of Jon Davis as the Executive Director heralds a new chapter for BC Fire Soccer Club, marking a strategic move towards expanding its business footprint and enhancing revenue streams to support the club’s continued growth and offerings within the community.

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Mardie Bays

Mardie Bays - YDL Director & Women's Director of Coaching

Coach Mardie has been active in the game of soccer since 1984. A Massachusetts native, she was a high-school standout striker in the Boston area, playing at the club level and in the Olympic Development Program (ODP). She played Division 1 at University of Vermont, earning a starting position as a freshman before an ankle injury sidelined her for the balance of the season. Mardie finished her competitive playing career at UVM, ultimately captaining the team and graduating with honors from the school of business.

Prior to relocating to the Midwest, Mardie coached and directed camps and clinics for many years with the English-owned PlaySoccer Company on the Harvard University campus and in surrounding communities.

Mardie entered a career in Marketing in 2001 and has gone on to leadership positions at creative agencies that impact global brands; many in the sports and lifestyle sector – Titleist, ASICS and Nike to name a few. Today she is VP of Client Services for SGK. Mardie received a Masters in Communications from Michigan State University in 2008.

Mardie credits her involvement in sport for giving her the foundations for her business success and life achievements – building teams based on trust, hard work and risk taking. Mardie tells her players the difference between a good team and a great team is that great teams score goals.

Here in southwest Michigan, Mardie has played in adult leagues, coached at the recreation level since 2012 and has been a staff coach with BC Fire since 2021. Mardie has 2 daughters and a son and lives in the village of Ceresco, MI on the Kalamazoo River.

BC Fire

Staff Coach

YDL Director

Futsol Instructor

USYF Level 1 & 2 Certification

USSF Grassroots 4v4 / 7v7 / 11v11 License

Recreational Coach

Wattles Park

BC Parks and Rec

Playsoccer Company, Marlborough, MA, 1996-2004

Clinic and Camp Director

Staff Coach

University of Vermont, 1997 – 2001

Captain, 2000 – 2001

Coaches Award 1999, 2000

MVP Harvard Invitational, 2000

America East Honorable Mention, 2000

All-Academic Team, 1997-2001

South Shore Select 1992-1997

(formerly South Coast Soccer Club)

ODP Massachusetts State Team, 1995-1997

Abington High School 1994-1997

4x All-Conference Selection

2x Eastern Mass All-Star

89 Career Points

Team MVP

Coaches Award




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David Jackson

David Jackson- Director of Goalkeeping

David has always had a love for the game of soccer. Playing through high school in nearby Hastings. He has come back to the game through his son, whom he coaches in the 2014 boys team. David has always had a soft spot for goalkeeping, spending the majority of his time in the net.

Highlighted Soccer Education:
D License (United States Soccer Federation)
Goalkeeper Lv. 3 (United Soccer Coaches)
Futsal Lv. 2 (United States Youth Futsal)

“I look forward to bringing the joy and confidence out of each and every one of our goal keepers. If we can make playing keeper at a high level rewarding, and our kids are having fun while doing it, then I’ve done my job!”