SNSA will accept online coach registration for the Fall 2013 season for the Henderson United and Southern Highlands® United youth soccer leagues starting May 30, 2013. All returning Spring 2013 coaches need to register online to coach for the Fall 2013 season. We encourage anyone who will be working as a team official, whether as a head coach, assistant coach, or team manager, to register with SNSA. Registered team officials are insured by our National affiliate, Soccer Association for Youth (SAY). Registration is easy, and best of all, it's free! Click on the link below for more information related to Fall 2013 coach registration.
If you are planning to coach a team with Henderson United Youth Soccer or Southern Highlands® United Youth Soccer for the Spring 2013 season, be sure to submit your Team Reservation form to identify players that are expected to return to your team and to indicate your team's preferences. The Team Reservation form is not binding, but assists SNSA in planning for the upcoming season. Also, even if a returning player is listed on your Team Reservation form, they must still register on time to guarantee their spot on your team. Uniform color requests are granted on a first-come, first-serve basis based on the date the team reservation is submitted, You can e-mail, fax or mail in your form, or you can just send an e-mail with the information for your team. Send in your team reservation today!
Thank you for your interest in coaching with Southern Nevada Soccer Association. Our coaches are the life-blood of the organization, and we are committed to providing quality education to all of our registered coaches – no experience is necessary! We offer a variety of age-appropriate education opportunities for coaches of all experience levels, including continuing education through our Coach Technical Training program. Click on the link below for a list of classes and events for Henderson United (HUYS) and Southern Highlands® United (SHU) recreational league coaches. Please mark these important dates on your calendar.
USSF Best Practices provide age-appropriate guidelines for player development. PEP (Prevent injury and Enhance Performance) provides warmup and stretching exercises to keep your players healthy.
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