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If I Were to Write A Book: My Journey to Find Myself

A few people mentioned that a chapter of Briana Scurry’s new book, My Greatest Save, is about me, and the competition Bri and I had during our college years at the University of Massachusetts. We were

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Webinar Recap: How to Help Our Children Overcome Bullying Behavior and Thrive with Jennifer Fraser PhD

Thanks to everyone who joined us on the most recent Soccer Parenting webinar with Jennifer Fraser PhD on How to Overcome Bullying Behavior. It was a fascinating discussion, and we hope you enjoyed it!If

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Webinar Recap: Soccer Talk – All Your Questions About the Game, Answered Live with Adrian Parrish

Thanks to everyone who joined the webinar with FC Cincinnati Academy Coach, Adrian Parrish, where we discussed all your soccer questions - whether you wanted to know the pros and cons of your child playing

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Wisconsin Youth Soccer

WISCONSIN YOUTH SOCCER ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCES PLAN TO IMPROVE SIDELINE BEHAVIOR AND PROVIDE EDUCATION AND GUIDANCE TO YOUTH SOCCER PARENTS, COACHES AND CLUBS THROUGH PARTNERSHIP WITH THE

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Our Clubs and Coaches Can and Must Do Better

Sadly, the list just keeps growing....An email from a parent whose 9 year old just travelled three states away to a tournament, was ridiculed by teammates thanks to the culture the coach established within

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How We Can Help Our Young Players Maximize Their Mental Potential – Webinar Recap

Thanks to everyone who joined the webinar with Mental Performance Coach Lucas Zeiler on Tuesday 24th May! We discussed how players should prepare for the College & Professional Levels, what parents

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12 Things They Don’t Tell You About Being The Rec Coach

Does your child want to play on a rec soccer team? Yes? Are you sure? Congratulations, now you’re the coach. Resist all you want. This. Is. Happening.When you politely explain that you work full time,

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The Disconnect Between Spectators and Referees

The Journey from Soccer Parent to PresidentIn 2010, my oldest son started his soccer journey at the ripe old age of 5. I had played two seasons of recreational soccer in first and second grade and that

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Soccer is the Universal Language

My son surprisingly invited me to join him one summer evening for a training session in preparation for his upcoming college soccer preseason. We had not trained together for several years

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Assessments by Coaches – Just Five Pieces of Paper

My son played 16 years of organized soccer from peewees through college. Over that time, he received just five written assessments from his coaches. That’s right, five sets of deliberate and purposeful

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