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Title: CWSC Coach Training 2006


1
CWSC Coach Training 2006
  • U11 and Up July 10
  • U9 - U10 July 12
  • U6 - U8 July 18
  • Make-up Aug 3

2
Agenda
  • General Training 75 minutes
  • Team Sign-ups 45 minute
  • Review Team Roster
  • Reserve practice field
  • Picture packet pick up

3
Wanting a soccer partner
4
Poor Offense!
5
Awesome Offense!
6
Handouts
  • General Information Sheet
  • Attendance Sign-up Sheet
  • Uniform Ordering Info
  • Housekeeping stuff

7
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8
Celebrating our 30th Anniversary
  • Established in 1976
  • Founding Parents

9
Celebrating our 30th Anniversary
  • 1986 CHS started Soccer Program
  • 1988 WHS started Soccer Program
  • 1989 3-a-side started
  • 1992 Budget was 14K
  • 1993 ECYSA Formed
  • 1993 District 5 Gold League Formed
  • 1994 CWSC joined ECYSA
  • 1994 Phil Jackson died on Sept 10 while
    refereeing a match on JDZ

10
Celebrating our 30th Anniversary
  • 2000 FCV Formed
  • 2001 Launched web site
  • 2003 Created Logos
  • 2005 Began Online Registration
  • 2005/6 CHS Boys and Girls State Champions

11
Former State Cup Champions
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13
CWSC Board 2006
 
A Parent Run Organization
14
2005 CWSC Budget
15
Registrations by Date (1,341)
16
Registrations by School
17
Registrations by City
18
CWSC Growth
19
Player Trends - Boys
20
Player Trends - Girls
21
Player Trends
22
Player Development Tree
STATE ODP
STATE LEAGUES PREMIER
FC Vanc. (ECYSA) Columbia Prem. (CYSF) FC Salmon
Cr. (CYSF)
DISTRICT LEAGUES SELECT
CWSC Orchards Longview North County
Battle Ground Evergreen Prairie Central
Vanc. TriMountain
ASSOCIATION LEAGUES REC.
CWSC Largest Club at 1500 Players not the
most students Orchards Gorge Salmon Cr.
Battleground Evergreen Prairie Lewis
River Central Vanc. Eisenhower Westside
ECYSA Clubs
23
CWSC Select Program
  • Goals
  • Provide a program where kids in the C-W area can
    play in a league more competitive than Rec, with
    better trained coaches for a moderate cost
  • Focus
  • Emphasis on players from C-W
  • Keep Costs Reasonable!
  • 3-4 local summer tournaments 1 travel
    tournament
  • Play District 5 Gold League Clark/Cowlitz
    Counties
  • Play Commissioners State Cup
  • Provide this opportunity for as many competitive
    teams as possible

24
Recreational Competition
  • U6-U10
  • Inter-league play with Orchards Soccer Club
  • Double Headers possible if odd of teams
  • U11 and up
  • Inter-league play with all other clubs in
    District 5
  • Play 5 matches and then teams moved up/down for
    second half of season.
  • Sarah Gooch Competition Coordinator

25
Keys to Player Growth
  • Make the Game Fun!!!!
  • Every Player Plays!
  • Maximize Time Spent with a Ball
  • Improve Coaching Skills
  • E or D License, Clinics, Literature (Libraries)
  • Mentor another Coach
  • Challenge your Players
  • Enter Tournaments
  • Play Indoor
  • Provide Info on Clinics and Camps
  • Promote to Select or Premier if you notice
    potential

26
2005 U6/U7 Free Player Camp
27
Player Development
  • Free player clinic U6-U7
  • TBD 6-700 Doc Harris
  • Coerver Coaching 5 v 5 Tournament Aug 12 -
    Harmony
  • Goal line Ages 6-14 (Camas Parks and Rec)
  • See web site
  • Community Ed (Dan Macaya - Coach)
  • Late June
  • Keeper clinic (Minder) July 31-Aug 4
  • Macaya Attacking Clinic Just Finished
  • John Bain Advanced Skills Training Camp
  • Aug 14-17 Doc Harris Complex

28
Coaching Clinics
  • Mod Clinics
  • U6-U8 - See Mini Soccer Manual online
  • U9-U10 TBA
  • E License April 25
  • U10 and up - 100 Reimbursed by CWSC
  • D License May 100
  • U13 and up 50 Reimbursed by CWSC
  • Monitor Washington and Oregon web sites
  • Link provided on our web site

29
Our Own Local Tournament
2006 Camas/WashougalRevolution Soccer
TournamentJuly 28th - 30th395.00 (per team) U11
and older teams
30
Local Summer Tournaments
  • Tough/Challenging
  • FCV Clash at Border - June
  • Portland Cup
  • Beaverton Cup
  • Cascade Cup
  • Chinook Cup
  • Select/Rec.
  • Battleground 5v5
  • July - cancelled
  • CW Revolution July 28-30
  • Orchards Rec Jamboree August 26 (U6 up)
  • U6-U8 75
  • U9 up 125
  • Cowlitz Kickoff Classic Longview Aug 5-7 350
  • Vancouver Summer Slam August 18-20 U11 up, 300
  • CYSF Tourney 1 week after seasons end Rec. only

31
State Tournaments (Can Only Enter One)
  • Presidents Cup
  • Rec. Only Late Nov./Early Dec. (one weekend!)
  • Commissioners Cup
  • Select Teams Jan. to early Mar.
  • Challenger Cup (New!)
  • State Classic Teams Jan to early Mar.
  • Championship Cup (Formerly Snickers Cup)
  • D1/D2 Teams Jan. to early Mar.
  • Winner Qualifies for Regional Tournament
  • Contact the Club Registrar to participate

32
http//cwsoccer.com
  • Key Features
  • Score reporting
  • Schedules
  • Field directions
  • Team Roster
  • Training opportunities
  • Links to other sites
  • Craig Beatty - webmaster

33
ONLINE REGISTRATION
  • Software provided by Bonzi Development Group
    (SAM)
  • Tigard OR
  • View Rosters
  • Medical Release Forms (PRINT THESE)
  • Risk Management Automated
  • Team web site available
  • be patient

34
PLAYER REFUNDS
  • Player Refunds
  • Ok prior to August 1
  • After August 1 only if the player is
  • injured or moves out of the area
  • Player Scholarships available
  • Contact Registrar
  • Boys Registrar Carrie Wessel
  • Girls Registrar Laura Dyra

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36
Uniforms
  • Each team is responsible for obtaining uniforms
    for its players. Special prices negotiated by the
    CWSC with the Far Post.
  • Home team has to change color if a conflict
    occurs.
  • Pennies are great for practices and also can be
    used for color conflicts.

37
Club Colors
  • ROYAL
  • BLUE

38
CWSC Logos
39
Select Uniforms
40
Rec Uniforms
41
Mini Uniforms (U6-U8)
42
Sponsors
  • Club Uniform Sponsors
  • Name on back of U6-U8 uniform
  • Managed by Keith Purnell VP of Sponsors
  • CWSC gets the to buy the jerseys
  • Team Sponsors
  • Team photograph
  • Managed by YOU!
  • The team gets the

43
Mini Program Benefits
  • Easier to recruit coaches
  • Consistent Curriculum
  • Team skills more evenly balanced
  • Less equipment expense

44
U6 Practices
  • Location F Field
  • Time 530-700
  • Boys and Girls
  • Monday and Wednesday
  • Tuesday and Thursday

45
Team Formation
  • Poll all players and ask if there is another
    player they would like to play with or if they
    wanted to play for a specific coach.
  • Poll parents to see who is interested in coaching
    or co-coaching a team.
  • Assign players to a coach and attempt to spread
    talent evenly from the same schools.

46
Age Group Practices
  • Pilot program for only U6 Boys and Girls
  • Age-Group Coaches
  • Wayne Parsons
  • Jeff Simpson
  • Teams formed in mid-August
  • Still need Coaches!
  • Game and practice equipment stored on site

47
Mini Practice and Game Fields
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49
Pitches
  • E, F, G, Cardon Grass CLOSED Aug 1-13
  • Do not practice in front of goals
  • No smoking or pets allowed on fields
  • Police field for trash after a practice or match
  • Follow Camas and Washougal guidelines for turf
    fields -- No parking in Fire Lane at back of
    Camas HS!!
  • To reserve practice times at Jemtegaard and Gause
    call Jan Storm 954-3041

50
Goals, Nets and Corner Flags
  • Nets will remain on goals through the regular
    season
  • Corner Flags will be put out and collected each
    week Except U6-U8 fields will use team-supplied
    cones.
  • Report any signs of vandalism immediately

51
Field Alert System
  • Green All OK
  • Yellow One Practice each week Games OK
  • Red No Practices, Games decided on game day

52
The Light Vision
  • Light CHS Cardon Turf field and running track
  • Raise and erect lights before daylight savings
    time begins in the fall.
  • Cost Estimate (30 foot candles)
  • Musco equipment 75K
  • Addl Expenses 15K
  • Assumes using volunteer labor from PUD
  • and the community

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54
Light Pole Placement
55
World Series of Poker Comes to the Great
Northwest!
Contact Keith Purnell to reserve your
spot Limited Seating packerkp_at_aol.com (360)
910-0623
Saturday, September sometime 50 Entry Fee
Includes Texas BBQ 630-730 Beverages
Provided No Limit Texas Hold Em Starts at
730 Special baskets and to Top 3 winners Net
proceeds go towards Lighting Up Cardon Turf
Field
Tournament Hosts Dave and Sabrina Bowers
Barn 3608 NE 288th Ave Camas, WA
98607 834-9145 p.s. Come and watch even if you
dont want to play.
56
Referees
  • The CWSC will supports a zero tolerance policy
    for verbal or physical abuse of a referee
  • Provide referee feedback when you report scores
  • We need more trained referees
  • Train as a team!
  • Monitor web site for training classes
  • Free class offered for U6-U8 Parent Referees
  • 65 (Reimbursed with pay from first job)
  • Jerry Boon - Referee Coordinator
  • Jim Boline Referee Mentor
  • Will train U6-U8 Parent Referee Volunteers in
    late August

57
Referee Payout Schedule
58
Sportsmanship Agreement
  • Coach to have each parent initial and bring the
    master when you pick up schedules
  • Form located at cwsoccer.com
  • Bring a completed one when you pick up schedules

59
Risk Management
  • State clearance required for
  • Head Coach, Assistant Coach and Team Parent
  • Board Members and Referees
  • Sign up via the CW web site
  • No Risk Mgmt on your roster, complete a form
    online
  • Do not be alone with a player at ANY TIME
  • Jennifer Gilge CW Risk Management Coordinator

60
Photos
  • Pick up a packet after meeting
  • Vendor 2 Gals Photography
  • Photo Dates
  • Saturday September 9, 16 and 23 from 9-5
  • Location Port of Camas/Washougal
  • Call Debbie to make an appointment
  • once you have received your game schedules and
    uniforms
  • Let her know if you have a Team Sponsor
  • Pick-up dates/location will be announced later

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Afghanistan Soccer Project
  • Collect outgrown or used but not abused
    equipment and send them to underprivileged kids
    in Afghanistan.
  • Mike Keyser is the Collecting Coordinator
  • Collecting tonight and at home games during the
    first two weeks of the regular season
  • Peter Emerson, a former CWSC Board Member and
    coach is the Distribution Coordinator
  • Equipment sent to Peter in early October
  • Cleats
  • Uniforms (Shorts and Jerseys)
  • Balls
  • Shin Guards

63
Score Reporting
  • Report scores beginning at U10
  • Report scores via the clubs web site
  • http//www.cwsoccer.com
  • Includes a spot to provide feedback or concerns
    to the club on the referees, other teams,
    coaches, field conditions, etc.
  • Carolyn Brown is our scorekeeper

64
Spring Soccer
  • Age group is based on previous falls season (U9
    and older)
  • Only a small fee to pay for refs
  • 2006 Fielded 10 Teams
  • BU9, BU10, BU12
  • GU9, GU11, GU12, GU12, GU13, GU13
  • GU19 Papermakers and Panthers
  • (HS Prep League)

65
CWSC Board Meetings
  • 2nd Sunday of most months
  • Location Camas Police Station Community Room
  • Time 630-830
  • Consider Serving
  • Guests welcome, but notify President if you want
    time on the agenda.

66
Volunteer Opportunities
  • Field set up day
  • Line fields
  • Position goals
  • Install nets
  • Groom turf fields (5 hours x twice/yr)
  • Club Photographer
  • Goal Maintenance Day
  • ECYSA Board Member
  • (Meet every other month)

67
Team Volunteer Options
  • Shag balls at High School matches
  • Camas
  • Washougal

68
Open Paid Positions
  • Referee

69
Open Paid Positions
  • Master Field Monitor
  • Needs a Cell Phone
  • Put out corner flags on Saturday AM
  • Pick up corner flags on Saturday PM
  • Keys to gates, lights, bathrooms
  • Team, Coach and Referee Contact List
  • Master Game Schedule
  • Directions to all fields
  • Monitors fields occasionally for dogs, chairs on
    the track, etc.
  • Pays 50 each Saturday for 10 weeks

70
Open Paid Positions
  • Need a group of HS boys and a responsible adult
    to re-paint lines on about 18 fields each week
    for 10 weeks.
  • Pays 1,200 (To the group)

71
Coaches Appreciation Dinner
  • Coaches and Assistant Coaches are invited to
    attend a dinner to celebrate a successful season
  • Held in mid-November
  • Details will be provided later via e-mail and the
    web sites events calendar

72
Equipment Pick up
  • Bring Equipment Coupon (Handout)
  • Bring unused equipment (Cleats, uniforms, etc.)
  • U9 and U13 must exchange old balls

73
New Balls Handed Out
74
Misc. Topics
  • Contact players by August 1
  • Begin Practices around August 1
  • Schedules available Sept 2
  • Season starts Sept 9th
  • Donating two sets of goals this year
  • Liberty Middle School and Helen Baller North
  • CWSC Canopy available
  • Rain Shield Benches available with permission
    from a board member

75
Soccer Bloopers!
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Practice Fields
  • M-W or Tu-Th
  • Friday usually open
  • U6-U10
  • 4-530, 530-7 Time Slots
  • U11 and older
  • 5-7 Time Slot

78
Checkout Process
  • Photo packets
  • Review Team Roster w/ Registrar
  • Reserve Practice Field

79
Form A Single line
  • Coaches who are coaching two teams go first
  • U8 and older
  • Boys first, then
  • Girls
  • U7 and older
  • Boys first, then
  • Girls
  • Etc.
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