The Soccer Parent Resource Center is a movement for social change that seeks to elevate the game by enhancing every child’s youth soccer experience through engaging, educating, supporting and advocating for youth soccer parents.
The Resource Center‘s groundbreaking education platform that provides parents with the information, support, guidance and education necessary to ensure their soccer player will thrive.
The expansive educational resource of SoccerParentResourceCenter.com provides parents with a single source of information, support and education when it comes to the six pillars of Soccer Parenting – Mind, Body, Game, Next Level, Parent, Coach/Club. Parents are provided with information on how to support their child with their mind – the mental side of the game, their body – the physical side of the game, and given a deeper understanding of the game such as systems of play, and principles and laws of the game. Parents will also find valuable perspective to help their child reach the next level, thoughtful advice on their role as a parent, plus guidance in their relationship and expectations for the coach/club.
Individuals may purchase annual access to SoccerParentResourceCenter.com for $4.99/month ($47.00/year) by following this link, or clubs may purchase access for all their parents, coaches and administrators for $475 per year – an annual savings of $25 for US Club Soccer members. Clubs interested in providing the SoccerParentResourceCenter.com platform to their families should email Skye Eddy Bruce.
Beyond the discounted access, the Soccer Parent Resource Center supplies regular content, including webinars, through US Club Soccer’s digital and social media channels, as a regular contributor to the Parent Engagement & Education pillar of Players First.
The Soccer Parent Resource Center has a strong list of expert contributors and interview guests from around the globe including US Club Soccer executives Kevin Payne and Christian Lavers and other Players First members John Cone (Fit for 90), Julie Found (Positive Coaching Alliance), David Copeland-Smith (Beast Mode Soccer).