Whether you are an experienced coach or a novice taking the reins of your first team, your main goal should be to create a fun, competitive and safe learning environment for your players. The players and their parents have placed you in a position of leadership, and you have a responsibility to give them your best effort.
Help your players be good sports. After a game, shake hands or high-five the other team. Applaud good play by both sides. Treat officials with respect. While imitating you, your team won't even recognize the good lesson they’re learning.
Let Them Play Football!
The temptation to be another Don Shula or Bill Walsh will have to wait. This is YOUTH FOOTBALL. While teaching football skills and strategies is important, keep your lessons simple and geared toward their age group.
We thank you for your volunteer service. Tackle football couldn't happen without you. Have a blast with these kids. This season may become a lifetime memory for both you and all your team. Have fun!
One of the essential functions of coaches and team managers is to manage team communications with players and their families. If you are a coach or team manager, SportsEngine has created a Team Management Guide for Coaches and Team Managers to help you use our website and mobile app to efficiently and effectively communicate and manage your teams.
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