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Q:I WOULD LIKE TO COACH MY CHILD’S TEAM. HOW DO I MAKE SURE THAT I WILL BE COACHING MY CHILD?
A: Anyone who would like to coach needs to register with EWGYSA by clicking the blue “COACHES” button There is no cost to register. You must also pass a background check which is a simple check off box during your registration. Also, you can leave a comment when registering, indicating you would like to coach your child. We usually assume this but sometimes with siblings, we are unsure which child/age group you would like to coach.
Interested in COACHING or Assistant Coaching a Developmental/Competitive team?
Submit your application by JUNE 3rd
Approved as a Competitive Coach? Register above
Click the link "Register as a coach" in the blue box.
If you are a NEW coach, enter the information under New Users for an Individual User - New Account. This will allow you to create a new account for you as a coach. When prompted, please be sure to enter Exeter West Greenwich Youth Soccer Association so that your information will be transferred to the correct entity.
ALL BACKGROUND CHECKS MUST BE COMPLETED BEFORE THE START OF THE SEASON OR YOU WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO COACH.
Are you a current coach or are you interested in volunteering to coach a Recreational team?
Click to register
Volunteer coaches are the backbone of youth sports in America. Without the thousands of parents signing up to coach youth sports every season, the youth sports world would come to a screeching halt!
“Children will follow the example of adult role models, positively or negatively. Children will copy or imitate sports behaviors witnessed, including the development of values based on that behavior. Adults must be a positive role model exhibiting sportsmanlike behavior at games, practices, and at all times while giving positive reinforcement to the children and supporting their coaches, staff and other volunteers.”