U.S. Soccer Federation “C,” “D” and “E” coaching licenses courses may be hosted by US Club Soccer members, signifying a major step forward in US Club Soccer’s ability to directly impact coaching development and education for members. The hosting ability was granted in 2015 after a policy ratification at U.S. Soccer’s 2015 Annual General Meeting.
“Better coaches in turn help make better players,” US Club Soccer CEO Kevin Payne said. “We encourage all our member coaches to strive to become better every day, and achieving advanced coaching licenses will no doubt help them accomplish that. Their clubs and players will directly benefit.”
Through the Players First pillar of Coaching Development, US Club Soccer is committed to providing opportunities for coaches to continue their education. In addition to hosting U.S. Soccer “C,” “D” and “E” coaching licenses courses, US Club Soccer has introduced LaLiga Formation Methodology through its long-term technical partnership with LaLiga.
To be announced.
To be announced.
Oct. 27-29, 2017 in Chesterland, Ohio
Hosted by West Geauga Soccer Club
West Geauga High School
13401 Chillicothe Rd.
The National “E” course is an 18-hour course, which covers the elementary principles of coaching and prepares interested coaches for the National “D” course. Successful candidates will develop the core coaching competencies necessary to effectively teach a 9-12 year old athlete and team. The course consists of a series of lectures and field sessions, and attendance is mandatory for the full duration of all course meetings.
The National “E” course is open to all applicants who hold a U.S. Soccer National F license and who are at least 16 years of age.
More details, including registration information, is available here.
For questions, please contact US Club Soccer operations manager Ashley Lehr at email@example.com.