Fundamental Youth Soccer

Coaching Youth Soccer with Koach Karl Dewazien

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    Coaching

    Youth soccer tips and how-to’s for players, coaches and parents.

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    U-6

    In this age group it’s FUN being active.

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    U-8

    Remember that all children are individuals and will develop at different stages.

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    U-10

    Getting to know your player and their learning style!

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    U-12 & Up

    Getting to know your player and their learning style!

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    Goalkeeping

    The goalkeeper has a privilege granted to no other player – the use of her or his hands.

The Do’s and Don’ts of motivating young athletes by Jill Barker

Cheering them on is fine, but teaching them to find inspiration within themselves is golden. What keeps most children returning to a sport is if it’s enjoyable, win or lose — and it’s a parental and coaching obligation to ensure games and practices … You signed your kids up for organized sport in hopes of keeping them active. But there’s more to keeping kids in the game than buying gear and driving them to practices. According to McGill University’s Enrique Garcia, whose area of expertise includes motivation in youth sport and physical activity, a parent’s job goes far beyond chauffeur and banker.

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9 Step Routine

Step 1
• Practice as rehearsal for
the game
• Developing a “Routine”
• Demonstration /
explanation of the theme
• The goal of the theme
and more
… more

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