We believe youth soccer parents will be difference makers when it comes to improving the game.
We believe when parents seek information about how to best support their player, great things will happen.
We believe a more collaborative environment between coach, parent, club, and player
is in the best interest of player development.
We believe a strong and supportive community of level-headed and like-minded parents and coaches will inspire players.
In-depth and informative video interviews from youth soccer and performance experts with the best of intentions.
Meaningful information covering the 6 Pillars of Soccer Parenting – the Body, Mind, Next Level, Coach/Club, Parent and Game.
Monthly webinars discussing important and relevant issues so you can help your child thrive!
Engaging courses providing you with the essential information you need to be a soccer parent today!
Short video interviews for quick support and guidance on compelling topics.
An in-depth look into some of the most pertinent issues you face as a soccer parent.
Helpful, clear to understand information about tactics, Laws of the Game, terminology, and much more.
A private, member-only forum where you can engage with other level-headed soccer parents!
When you join the Soccer Parent Resource Center you will have complete access to all the information specifically created to support you in making sure your child is inspired and thriving!
I want to thank you for creating this website where parents can access good advice for helping our kids play the beautiful game. In the past, I had been checking out all the soccer forums which tend to be more gossip and rival smack posting than actual good advice. I just watched all of your interviews and feel like a weight has been lifted from my shoulders.
As a dad and coach, thanks…
I love what you have created in the Soccer Parent Resource Center. As a lifer in the game from player, coach, parent perspective I believe you are fulfilling a great need.
We acknowledge the importance of long-term athletic development and we understand that youth soccer participation supports an active lifestyle; the longer children continue to play sports, the more likely they are to be healthy and active adults.
We support our children’s youth soccer participation because we want them to develop grit, determination, and resiliency while learning the empathy, compassion, and solidarity that will make them caring and committed adults.
We acknowledge the positive impact a coach can make on a child’s life, and we commit to holding coaches to a high standard of integrity, professionalism, and compassion so our children feel optimistic about their potential, even in the face of defeat.
We acknowledge that every child has varying levels of athletic potential and we seek to establish an environment where ALL children can play youth soccer because they LOVE TO PLAY, not because they want a college scholarship or a professional contract.
We foster our children’s love of soccer by seeking to educate ourselves about the rules, nuances, and intricacies of the game.
We seek to use a clear perspective when making soccer choices for our children, ensuring the decisions are in the best interest of our child’s long-term happiness, contentment, and positive attitude.
I am SERIOUSLY impressed with the quality of experts and content!! Thank you for doing this!!
Thanks for having such a great website. First of all I’m a soccer parent for 2 young soccer kids (7 and 9 years old) and your website puts things into a good perspective for parents like me. But besides that I’m a volunteer coach, team manager, and recently joined my club’s Board as the Competitive Program Director. Your website is a great resource.
I wanted to send you a note and thank you for the extremely helpful and insightful content you provide on your website. As a father of a 10 year old girl soccer player, and admitted novice of the game of soccer, I find great solace reading the vast array of information available on your site. Our beautiful daughter LOVES the game; I mean truly loves soccer, and it brings such joy to us to watch her play. She’s become a very good player, and most importantly, she wants to be great and she works at it! With that said, I have used your site for guidance whenever I have questions, or need reassurance that we’re doing what’s in her best interest. Again, thank you for providing all the valuable information! From one parent just trying his best to not screw things up, you have a dedicated and appreciative Dad!