Krasi Kolarov a native of Bulgaria grows up playing soccer on the streets of his neighborhood. As youth he joins a local club FC “Spartak” in his home town Varna, where he played for many years as a defender and defensive midfielder. As player for FC Spartak he won the national championship for under 12 ages and later in 1992 he compete with under 16 age group and made it to the final four where they end up second in the country. During his young ages he was selected to play for the Bulgarian Youth Under 17 National Team. He competed in 11 games for the Youth National team. In December of 1992 his father Georgi Kolarov moves to USA and he followed his father. Continuing with his soccer career, he played 2 years for Corsicana High School then he played for Hill College for 2 years where he was the Capitan of the team. He continues his soccer career in Bulgaria where he played for the first team of FC “Spartak” Varna. In 2000 he begun a new era for soccer, where he start working as soccer coach in FC Dallas youth academy, then he was assistant soccer coach for Hill College. In 2006 he took over the Cedar Valley College soccer program, where he is currently coaching. He holds USSF “B” coaching license. He holds a Bachelor Degree in Physical Education from National Sports Academy, Bachelors degree in Management from University of Phoenix, and a Master of Education Degree in Kinesiology from Dallas Baptist University.