Coaches Resources

Without the effort of our coaches and support of our parents, youth soccer would not be possible. Your support and effort is appreciated.

Please consider volunteering with SSA, volunteer opportunities are listed on the 'How Can I Help' page.


Coaching Requirements

Prior to the season, all coaches must submit a Risk Management Background Check and concussion training through Coaches will be e-mailed with instuctions to complete the process. Please contact us with any questions.

During the season, coaches must facilitate one practice (with the exception of U-4), attend and participate in games, regularly communicate with parents and adhere to the Coach Code of Conduct. Violations of the Code of Conduct will not be tolerated. 

At the end of the season, coaches (head coach only) are responsible for returning SSA equipment (cones, soccer balls, and bags) to the organization and completing an end of the year player evaluation. 

Once all coaching criteria from the season have been met, coaches will receive a reimbursement check from SSA according to the following guidelines:


  • Parent Head Coach - $50.00
  • Parent Assistant Coach - $25.00
  • Non-parent Head Coach - $150.00
  • Non-parent Assistant Coach - $75.00


2017 Coaches Registration Link


2017 Coaches Rally Day Schedule




2017 Game Information for Coaches


Click here for the 2017 Game Guidelines for all divisions: 2017 Game Guidelines (updated!)

Click here for valuable SSA coaching information: Key Coaching Points 

 Rec Soccer Skills Competencies

Click here for safety tips:




2017 Kaufman Field Availability for Practice: Kaufman field usage

SSA Travel Field Usage (for scheduling practices)


2017 Division Statiticians:2017 DIVISION STATISTICIANS



Looking for ideas for practice?

Here are a few external links that provide you with great ideas, drills and games. You can also browse the web and youtube for more information and examples.




PLEASE NOTE: No shoes with toes cleats will be permitted. This type of cleat is often found on baseball and football cleats. This is for the safety of our players. Players found with these types of cleats WILL NOT be permitted to play. Equipment inspections are conducted at the beginning of each game by the game's referee.