Receive names of all children registered and divide into ages, creating two lists (ie. All 4 .year olds & all 5 year olds)
Coaches will come from the parents who have indicated that they would like to coach.
Once you have your coaches you will then start dividing the players by taking the 4 yr olds and dispersing them to all the teams. Then you will take all the 5 yr olds and disburse them to all the teams.
All coaches are to have taken their Respect in Sport, link can be found on the Weyburn Soccer home page.
Once teams are selected you can provide the names and phone numbers to the coaches and have them get in touch with their players.
Advise when the coaching clinic will be and hand out jerseys.
Throughout the season check in with the coaches and see if they have any concerns or problems. If they have any then you can take them to any executive member and we will further look into if needed.
You will attend at most 3 meetings: Early - Mid April to see if any concerns in getting teams ready, the first Thursday of the soccer season, and the last Thursday of the soccer season.
Document any incidents in the incident binder in the soccer shack.
Receive names from Division Head and contact parents of whom you are on your team and what color and night of the week you will be playing.
Sunday before the season starts attend a small coaching clinic to receive team shirts and go over the field layout and how the nights of soccer will operate.
Visit Website and find the lesson plan for the weeks coaching sessions.
Arrive at the soccer field approx. 15 mins early to get equipment for the soccer shack, find your field, set it up and await arrival of your team.
First 30 minutes will be to go over the skills/games that are in the lesson plan.
Last 30 minutes will be playing the team that is sharing the field with you.
If you have any concerns contact your division whom will either assist you at that time or will seek the advice from the board.
If you have any questions about the drills for the night, then please contact the Technical Director
Do not be afraid to ask a parent to assist you, weather it is for keeping track of the players or keep track of time for the shifts.
Youth soccer began in Weyburn in 1976 and has steadily grown over the past 40 years. More than 400 athletes now take part in soccer programs offered by the Weyburn Soccer Association. In addition to youth recreation and representative team programs, the WSA has a close relationship with the High School Soccer program and was very involved in the Saskatchewan Summer Games hosted by Weyburn in 2004.
The Weyburn Soccer Association has worked hard over the last number of years to develop its players, coaches and programs. We have initiated team training camps, goalkeeper camps and winter training programs. WSA Rep teams are competitive provincially and continue to exhibit sportsmanship and Fair Play standards wherever they represent our club and city.