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Contact FYSA 456-3976 or email@example.com for current coaching opportunities.
TBA) - Coaches welcomed to attend the whole training or just a single age group.
U6 - 9 - 9:40 am
U8 - 9:40 - 10:20 am
U10 - 10:20 -11 am
Provided by the UK International Soccer Coaches
Meet at the FYSA Soccer Fields
Youth Module: Level I (U5-U8) & Level II
|Philosophy of Coaching and Characteristics of U5 to U12 Children, Practical Field Session with Coach, Discussion on Prevention & Care, Team/Risk Mgt, Modified Laws, Explanation of Training/ Practice sessions, summary & questions/answers.|
|Register Online for the Module|
|Come prepared to do field sessions with instructor|
USSF 'E' Coaching Course 5/25 - 5/26
Fee: $100 for coaches affiliated with Alaska Youth Soccer, (115.00 if paying by
The 'E'' certification course consists of lecture and field sessions which includes and a written exam. This course normally includes three and one-half (3½) hours of theory (theory of tactics, methods, team management, Laws of the Game, injuries) and thirteen (13) hours of practical (components of soccer-fitness, technique, tactics, principles of defense, goalkeeping, set plays, functional practice, coaching practice and critique). Coaches must be 14 years of age to take the E course.
USSF 'D' Coaching Course (TBA)
Fee: $200 for coaches affiliated with Alaska Youth Soccer, (215.00 if paying by credit card) The 'D'' certification course is a continuation of the E course and offers more advance training in all areas. This course normally includes theory, practical, and a four-hour exam, written, oral and practical. Coaches can receive either a state D license or a National D license. Only coaches who receive the National D License will be accepted in the C license course. Coaches must be 16 years of age to take the D course.
FYSA will pay the course fee for a FYSA Recreational Coach who wishes
to attend the training. Call FYSA for more information and regsitration at 456 - 3976.
Coaches Code of Ethics;
The following code of ethics, modified with permission from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America outline a philosophy that is paramount to the game of soccer and must be emphasized in combination with skill development and style of play.
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