COACH EDUCATION SESSIONS
In order to assists in the preparation for the upcoming indoor season WMSC will be hosting free coach education sessions for all our House League coaches. These one hour sessions will be conducted by our Technical Director Carl Horton, along with WMSC’s Technical Staff and will review various warm-up sessions and activities that can be utilized throughout the season. Our coaches will also demonstrate a number of on-field age-appropriate practice sessions. Please come dressed to participate.
Date: October 11th, 2018
Location: RIM Park
- 6-7pm Active Start (U4-U6)
- 7-8pm FUNdamentals/Learn to Train (U7 – U12)
- 8-9pm Soccer for Life (U14+)
WMSC utilizes volunteer coaches for our Recreational soccer programs. Volunteering is a terrific way to get involved in soccer, while at the same time supporting your club and your community.
Coaches, if you are not the primary account holder in the Power Up registration system, you are required to have an individual account with a unique email address. Once you have created your profile you can volunteer with the club by clicking the VOLUNTEER NOW in the main menu. Returning coaches – please use your current coaching profile.
2018 OUTDOOR RECREATIONAL RULES AND REGULATIONS
|U3 – U6 ACTIVE START||U7 – U8 FUNDAMENTALS|
|U9 – U10 LEARN TO TRAIN||U11 – U12 LEARN TO TRAIN|
WMSC COACHING RESOURCES
To assist our Club’s coaches, Waterloo Minor Soccer Club’s Staff Coaches have assembled the following documents which contain activities and exercises for coaches of players U4 to U12.
2018 INDOOR RECREATIONAL CURRICULUM
HOUSE LEAGUE COACH ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
OSA GRASSROOTS PRACTICES – Ontario Soccer has created this resource for Districts, Clubs, Academies, and youth coaches to follow a coaching curriculum that is designed to meet physical literacy needs for players from age 4-12. The curriculum helps to remove the guesswork’ in choosing developmentally appropriate content and enables coaches to work on their methodology and coaching style.
For more information on the Player pathway within Canada and the Canada Soccer Toolkits please click here
Indoor five-a-side soccer is a smaller version of the game, featuring four outfield players and a goalie on a smaller pitch with smaller goals and a reduced game duration. Because of the small team size, each player gets more time with the ball—providing them ample time to learn and execute offensive and defensive techniques in a rather fast-paced game. Whether you are a more casual recreational player or a competitive player, 5-a-side soccer is the perfect fit for you.