Princeton Youth Soccer provides support and mentoring for coaches of all skill and experience levels. This includes help with session planning, player and team development, interactions with players and parents, and the management of your team and its relationships with officials and coaches from other clubs.
Whether you would like support with administrative challenges, need to solve a specific problem your team is having on the field, or want help in planning an entire season of practices, contact PYSA with questions or concerns. Coaching consultation and mentoring is also available.
If you have questions or concerns, please contact Doug Cox, Director of Coaching.
Doug Cox Phone: 763-260-3446 Email: email@example.com
Coaching candidates must complete the ONLINE COACHING APPLICATION.
THANK YOU to all the volunteer coaches!
The U.S. Center for SafeSport is an independent nonprofit committed to ending all forms of abuse in sport. This includes bullying, harassment, hazing, physical abuse, emotional abuse, and sexual misconduct and abuse. The Center is the first and only national organization of its kind. The Center provides services to sport entities on abuse prevention techniques, policies and programs and provides a safe, professional and confidential place for individuals to report sexual abuse within the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Movements. Visit our Response and Resolution, and Education and Outreach pages to learn more about our work.
Our mission is to make athlete well-being the centerpiece of our nation’s sports culture. All athletes deserve to participate in sports free from bullying, hazing, sexual misconduct or any form of emotional or physical abuse.
Our vision is that every athlete will be safe, supported, and strengthened through sport.
This past legislative session, a bill was passed and signed into law regarding concussions and youth athletes. Minnesota has joined a growing number of states that have passed laws on providing concussion information, training and procedures to be followed for youth athletes to return to play. The law is effective as of September 1st, 2011.
The Minnesota legislation requires any municipality, business, school district or nonprofit organization that organizes a youth athletic activity and charges a fee to follow the statute’s requirements.
Princeton Youth Soccer would like to point out several things:
This section provides links for training session plans, articles and resources, and information regarding coaching.