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How Your Kid Wants You to Behave

By: Ellen Lee/MOJOImage: CANVA My daughter’s soccer league called it “Silent Saturday.”On that designated day, we parents were instructed to be quiet. No cheering. No shouting. Just applauding if

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19 Things All Soccer Parents Must Learn

If you are a youth soccer parent there are some essential things you must learn in order to support your child along their athletic journey.  Gaining knowledge in these 19 areas will help ensure

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Playing soccer is a smart choice

GUEST CONTRIBUTORS Greg Smith, Ph.D.Executive DirectorMaryland State Youth Soccer Association Stacy E. KingPT, DPT, OCS, CIMT, CSCS Doctor of Physical TherapyBoard Certified Orthopedic Every year,

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Nick Levett, Head of Coaching for UK Coaching, free webinar for parents and coaches on March 18

4-8 Year Old Youth Development:Considerations for Parents & CoachesJoin us for a conversation with Nick Levett, Head of Coaching for UK Coaching, as we explore the development for some of the

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Gratitude Week 2021 Recap

We want to say THANK YOU for making our 2nd annual Gratitude Week a success. If you missed our Facebook Live, watch below as we recap the week, announce our winners, and share the exciting news about new

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5 Ways Parents Can Make a Losing Season a Win

In addition to being a soccer parent, I am also a coach.  This season I have a U-10 girls team with the Richmond Strikers, in Richmond Virginia.  I love these girls – and I am tremendously

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Christie Rampone and Dr. Kristine Keane on “Be All In”

Our number one responsibility as sports parents is to make sure our children are in an environment that suits their athletic potential as well as their athletic mentality.  As parents – it’s essential

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Youth Sports is a Journey, Not a Destination

COVID. Demonstrations and riots. Divisive politics. Home schooling. Wildfires. Smoke.As a coach for 30 years, and a parent for nearly 15 of those years, I am probably like most

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One Player, One Team, One Club, One Love

The killing of George Floyd was a tipping point for me.  No longer could I choose to ignore the injustices being perpetrated against Black people by classifying these events as individual incidents.

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Susie Petruccelli on Raised a Warrior and the Female Soccer Experience

Susie Petruccelli grew up in a sports-mad, male-dominated family in California, fighting to find her own identity and path.And she did. She won a place on the soccer programme at Harvard University

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