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Final 2014 'E' License Coaching Course Announced

The final 'E' License course of 2014 will take place Dec. 12-14 at Starfire Sports in Tukwila. The National "E" License is an 18-hour course, which covers the elementary principles of coaching and prepares interested coaches for the 36-hour National "D" License course. Register now to reserve your spot!
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Seventh Special Topics Coaching Seminar Announced on ‘Coaching the Challenging Player’

CD 14 Special Topics 2 _ 3 Slide
The Washington Youth Soccer Coaching Department has announced the seventh Special Topics Coaching Seminar for 2014 to be held October 29 from 7-8 PM at Starfire Sports in Tukwila. The session, titled “Coaching the Challenging Player,” will be delivered by Gwynne Williams, a U.S. Soccer Federation staff coach, national US Youth Soccer instructor and former Assistant Coach for the New England Revolution of Major League Soccer.
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Welcome to Washington Youth Soccer

As a registered member of your local soccer club/association, you are also a member of Washington Youth Soccer, the largest youth sports organization in the state of Washington and a member of US Youth Soccer, the largest youth sports organization in the country, and the U.S. Soccer Federation, the governing body for soccer in the United States.
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Eastside Youth Soccer Association Establishes Program-Wide Curriculum For U8-U9

The toughest challenge most new youth soccer coaches face is constructing their lesson plans. Should they focus on just one skill per practice, or should they mix skills to keep the kids interested? Once they've decided on a strategy, what specific drills are best for that skill and age group? What about all the parents who think their son or daughter should be focusing on scoring more goals? Is it best to just scrimmage, and simulate the real game experience?
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Win Forever

Huskies' men's soccer head coach Jamie Clark talks about preparation for the season ahead, and for youth players aspiring to reach the game's highest levels.
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Washington Youth Soccer 2014 Resource Guide

For everyone involved in youth soccer, there is no more exciting month of the year than August. Families are returning from their summer vacations, and soccer fields across the state are filled with young, eager players excitedly catching up with teammates and coaches, showing off the new skills they’ve learned over the summer, and preparing for the season ahead.
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Coaches, are you ready for the new season?

Washington Youth Soccer offers coaching education for all levels of coaches. From the volunteer parent, to the experienced competitive coach, learn how you can make the biggest impact on your players.​
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