What is required to be a Coach

Every year we put together approximately 60-65 teams in the Outdoor season and 25-30 teams in the Indoor season. We are only able to do this and be successful when parents volunteer to be a Head Coach or an Assistant Coach. These are integral postitions within our organization that are "show stoppers" if we don't have them.

So what does it take to be not only a coach but be a good coach. Well there are no cookie cutter coaches, however we do have manuals and mentors that will often provide insight into successful coaching of the game of soccer. It takes patience, a knowledge of the game (but not an expert for sure) and a time commitment.

Do you think that you are up to it? If you are, then you'll need to complete the a few steps before registering for a course...yes we will give you course in which your virtual toolbox will be filled with a number of skills and tools.

The Coaches Blog

Research Says Young Athletes Need More Than Just Practice To Succeed

However, many athletes never quite cross the 10,000 hour finish line, and have used the scapegoat reason, “I just didn’t have enough time to commit to the sport.”

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Coaching With a Purpose: Mixing Mental Lessons With Physical Ones

In just the last two decades, coaches are finally realizing the tremendous impact they can have on their win/loss record and the respect of their athletes by coaching the mental game.

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Communicate Instantly and Get Real-Time Game Updates with TeamSnap Live!

We’re thrilled today to take the wraps off an exciting new feature that will change the way you interact with TeamSnap. TeamSnap Live!

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10 Ways You’re Causing Your Child Sport-Induced Stress

Sports can be fun, but for many children, sports can be extremely stressful.

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