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If you Just picked up a clipboard for the first time this season, or you spend every weekend coaching, Every coach will benefit from taking the “G license” course. Becoming a better coach means your players will enjoy the game more and develop more efficiently…to become a better coach, take Massachusetts Youth Soccer Association licensing courses, as they are the official and only US Soccer licensure agency for the state of Massachusetts. We offer the “G” , “F”, “E” and “D” courses regularly all over the state and will come to your hometown if you wish to arrange a course. For more information go to www.mayouthsoccer.org

You can also advance your coaching knowledge by taking advantage of the Coach Resource Library with articles and presentations on all aspects of coaching from small sided soccer, club development, and player development plus many more…just go to www.mayouthsoccer.org and click Coach Resource Library to explore them all. We also recommend taking the time to familiarize yourself with the Statewide Soccer U6-U12 Curriculum and both the US Soccer player development guidelines and US Youth Soccer Player Development guidelines. We encourage you to contact any of Massachusetts Youth Soccer Associations development staff with questions.














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