Mike Jeffries (born May 20, 1962 in Lynn, Massachusetts) is an American soccer coach, currently unemployed.
Jeffries coached the Dallas Burn (now FC Dallas) of Major League Soccer from 2001 to 2003, when he was fired near the end of the year and replaced with Colin Clarke.
Before joining the Burn, Jeffries was the head assistant coach for Bob Bradley of the Chicago Fire from their expansion season in 1998 to 2000. Before that, Jeffries was the head coach of the Lafayette Swamp Cats of the A-League from 1995-1998, with whom he compiled a record of 42-34.
Before becoming a coach, Jeffries was a star soccer player in his own right. Jeffries excelled with Duke University from 1980-1983, being named an All-American and, in his senior season, winning the Hermann Trophy. After his graduation, Jeffries played one season with the 1984 Minnesota Strikers of the North American Soccer League, the final year of the league's existence. After the NASL's untimely demise, Jeffries played with the indoor Minnesota Strikers from 1984-87 in the Major Indoor Soccer League, before finishing his career in 1988 with the Dallas Sidekicks.