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Coaching Resource Page

Since you've come to this page, you're looking for information that will make you a better coach, which will ultimately improve your practices and your team (If you have not volunteered yet to coach, please submit a volunteer form).


First, you should familiarize yourself with the Wharton Soccer Club's Rules & Responsibilities for our coaches.


Second, if you would like to coach soccer, you must take the mandatory RUTGERS S.A.F.E.T.Y. Class. The Club will pay for this class.


Third, you should know that the Club will pay for your training. We have many coaches that have received their F and E Licenses and this training is highly recommended. For more information on this, visit the New Jersey Youth Soccer Coaching Education page.
 


Fourth, you should familiarize yourself with the differences between Rockaway Valley Soccer League rules (noted in the By-Laws) and FIFA rules. RVSL requires that teams avoid running up the score. They would like to keep goal differentials at 7 or less. Click here for a RVSL handout which contains suggested ways to keep games close.
 


Fifth, all RVSL Concussion Training are required to take a 20 minute online Concussion Training: course, take the test and get a certificate. Click Here for training!

The following information is divided into two categories, Overall Coaching information and Skills/Drills specific pages.

If you come across a youth soccer coaching website that you think should be added to this list, please email the URL to kevthayes@yahoo.com.


Coaching Links:

SoccerXpert.com - an excellent resource for soccer coaches with soccer drills, soccer tips, and help with coaching youth soccer. These soccer drills are FREE soccer drills! Browse our soccer drills and soccer tips, or use the new soccer drill search!

Best Practices for Coaching Soccer in the United States
New Coaching Guide Available From U.S. Soccer: U.S. Soccer’s Coaching Education Department has released a new publication designed to give youth and junior level soccer coaches in the United States a set of fundamental tools to help open up the game of soccer to young players in ways that celebrate the sport’s spontaneous qualities. The 70-page “Best Practices for Coaching Soccer in the United States” coaching book serves as the sport’s definitive new player development guidelines (1MB, pdf format, download free reader)

Coaching Soccer 101 - soccer coaching and youth soccer drills. Plus micro soccer info, list of rules and more.

Better Soccer More Fun - Inspired by the KNVB's Dutch Vision, a unique method for teaching soccer. Coaching insights on a variety of topics, including drills and games.

US Youth Soccer Coach's Corner - coaching insights on a variety of topics.

Morris County Youth Soccer Coach's Page - info on coach's training classes and a number of links to coaching related sites.

New Jersey Youth Soccer Coaching Education - Part of the mission of New Jersey Youth Soccer is to provide coaching education to those involved in the game. To accomplish this mission, NJYS offers a complete coaching schools program. You can also find material on line to help you become a better coach.

Jeff Pill's Online Drills - Jeff Pill is the U-14 Region 1 Director of Coaching for USSF. This page began when Jeff was the Director of Coaching for the New Hampshire Soccer Association and has continued to evolve. He has his national "A" license and is a National Staff Coach with US Soccer.

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