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The Sideline Project Course Now Available for All Sports

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE THE SIDELINE PROJECT LAUNCHES ALL-SPORTS COURSE TO IMPROVE SPECTATOR SIDELINE BEHAVIOR MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19RICHMOND, VIRGINIA -  The Sideline Project today announces the launch

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The Sideline Project: Improving the Game Day Experience for All

The English Football Association – the organizing body of soccer in England - has announced a new campaign geared towards improving sideline behavior called “Enough is Enough”.  The promotions

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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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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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A Focus on Behavior

When I think of sport, I think of the values it instills in all of us. Soccer allows everyone who plays the opportunity to realize their full potential on the field and learn incredible characteristics

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Taking the Stress Out of Youth Sports for Parents!

Being a sports parent is rewarding in so many ways but as with most things, there are two sides to the sports story!  The grind of coordinating logistics to get your athletes to practices, washing

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Lessons From the Parking Lot

Sure, soccer parents get a bad rap for their sideline behavior, but wait until you see them in the wild. Welcome to the parking lot. The air is heavy with whining, impatience, hanger, nerves, and failed

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Are Our Children Learning or Performing?

As a new school year began this week I have been especially aware of my son’s learning environment at school. I’ve asked him countless questions about his new teachers and their teaching styles, and

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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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Take the Sideline Pledge: Make Youth Soccer Better

Join the movement to Make Youth Soccer Better by signing the Sideline Pledge. We all know that our youth soccer sidelines need to be improved. Undeniable, right? There are three types of sideline

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