COACHING LICENSE REQUIREMENTS: 6.02
U5-U12 recreational coaches have one (1) year to complete the age appropriate NYSA Youth Module. U11 and up coaches have one (1) year to obtain the NYSA ‘E’ license. U11 and up competitive coaches have one (1) year to obtain the NYSA State/National ‘D’ license.
(all coaches registered to a team) prior to the start of the next seasonal year, an age appropriate Youth Module/License. Age appropriate is defined as:
Last Update: 10/9/08
A. U5-U8 B. U09-U12 C. U11 and above D. U11 and above – competitive
Minimum Minimum Minimum Minimum
U06/U08 Y outh Module U10/U12 Y outh Module State ‘E’ License State/National ‘D’ License
The head coach of each U10 and below team traveling outside of NYSA jurisdiction must have an State ‘E’ license and must be present at each match/event. The head coach of each U11 and above team traveling outside of NYSA jurisdiction must have a State/National ‘D’ license and must be present at each match/event.
NORTHERN NEVADA OFFERS THE FOLLOWING COURSES AND CLASSES:
Level 3 ("Youth Module")- Good for all Rec coaches of U6-U10, 4hr
Level 2 (E Competitive)- For coaches of U12 Competitive and older, 18hr
Level 1 (D Competitive)- For coaches of U14 and older, 36hr
US Soccer National License-
National "C", "B" and "A" - For all advanced level and Premier coaches
Recreational Coaches Clinics are provided to focus on the foundation base of a player. We offer education in in the following areas:
Ball Awareness; Proper Teaching Technique; Running an Effective Session
To help you gain the most information from the courses, our staff teaches the essentials of soccer in an optimal way. All candidates actively participate in field sessions. It is our understanding that the more education you as a coach seek, the better quality player you will produce.
The overall objective of the coaching licensing curriculum is to provide all soccer coaches, from the beginner to the advanced, with up-to-date theoretical and practical knowledge so that coaches in Northern Nevada can help ensure that players develop their fullest potential.