Brian Eastick joined The FA as a National Coach in August 2005 and is currently in charge of England U20s, where he took charge for the FIFA World Cup o 2009 in Egypt after previously coaching the U19 side.
During his time in charge of the U19s, Eastick took the side to the European Championship Finals for two successive years, firstly in 2008 when his team reached the group stages in Czech Republic before they went one further in 2009 by reaching the Final, where they lost to hosts Ukraine in Donetsk.
2009 also saw Eastick join Stuart Pearce's coaching team with the Under-21 side, a role which he still retains.
An experienced coach who holds the UEFA Pro License, Brian has coached at QPR, Chelsea, Brighton & Hove Albion, Charlton Athletic, Leyton Orient, Coventry City, Crewe Alexandra and Sheffield United in a 30 year career.
More recently, he spent two years as Academy Director and Head Coach under Sir Bobby Robson at Newcastle United and seven years as Academy Director at Birmingham City.
He also worked part-time at The FA National School at Lilleshall from 1988 to 1995 and assisted Bryan Hamilton with the Northern Ireland national team from 1995 to 1998 and had a spell as assistant coach of the Republic of Ireland Under-21s.
As a player, Eastick was selected for the England U18s whilst a young professional at Crystal Palace.