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When Coaches Get It All Wrong – Parents and Clubs Must Get It Right.

This past weekend the 10U girls’ team I coach played in a tournament. Our first game of the tournament was bright and early Saturday morning. I took notice as my team was gathering during warm up as

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18 Things Parents Want Coaches & Teachers to Know

This article originally appeared on Psychologywod.com.I recently attended a talk given by an author who writes about how parents can best help their kids by backing off and allowing them to fail and

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Parenting and the Mental Side of the Game

Time and time again we have been told to leave the coaching to the coach, and for the most part we are successful in this regard.During games, we are asked to not coach from the sidelines and we understand

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Ian Goldberg

Ian Goldberg is the Founder and CEO of iSport360, Inc. an early-stage SportsTech venture that helps 80 million youth sport coaches and parents share objective player feedback. As a sport parent and coach,

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Why BOOT IT is a Four Letter Word

…And not necessarily the safe optionIt’s something you hear at soccer games at all ages and levels in the United States all too often:A player wins possession of a ball deep in their own half and immediately

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Julie Foudy on Soccer’s Unique Ability to Inspire Lives

This interview with Julie Foudy kicked off the most recent Soccer Parenting Summit – a weekend-long virtual summit where I pushed out 22 interviews from youth soccer, performance, parenting

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Sheriffs FC & DSAL Provide a Cost-Free Soccer Experience

Omar Cervantes reached out to me in response to the article I wrote Let’s Be Reasonable: Stop Saying Eliminate Pay to Play  telling me about his club in Northern California that is provided

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Team Management Apps for Youth Soccer

In a recent survey by the Siena College Research Institute, 43% of parents have coached at some point in the past 5 years and it’s no surprise that the second most popular sport they have coached

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Beyond Lollypops and Silent Saturdays – Introducing the Sideline Project

The time has come to move beyond giving parents lollypops and requesting you be silent on a Saturday or Sunday! The Soccer Parenting Association has developed the Sideline Project, an

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Soccer Parent Voices: Sideline Communication

What better way to ensure all young soccer players will thrive than having soccer parents share their experiences with others?  In celebration of the soon-to-be-kicked-off Sideline Project, in

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