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Best Practices for Coaching Soccer in the United StatesPrintable

Best Practices for Coaching Soccer in the United States

US 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 and is available now as a free download. This document is also available in hard copy. To order a hard copy click on this link: Order Hard Copy of Best Practices for Coaching Soccer in the United States->

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