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A Parent’s Guide to Soccer Skill Development

A Parent’s Guide to Soccer Skill Development

By Yael Averbuch West Soccer Resource Center Whether you play(ed) soccer yourself, are completely new to it, or fall somewhere in between, there are many ways you can help your player have a great experience through the sport. Soccer with a team is great. But...

5 Ways Parents Can Make a Losing Season a Win

5 Ways Parents Can Make a Losing Season a Win

By Skye Eddy Bruce, Soccer Resource Center 1.  Focus on the Process - Not the Result I am so very grateful I didn’t have a crazy parent on my team this year who just couldn’t get past the fact we were not winning.  There was no one on the sidelines screaming, there...

Understanding Bullying

SafeSport CODE LANGUAGE Bullying, as defined by our Code, is repeated and/or severe behavior(s) that are (a) aggressive, (b) directed at a Minor, and (c) intended or likely to hurt, control, or diminish the Minor emotionally, physically or sexually. TYPES OF BULLYING...

Eastside Timbers TOPSoccer Success – Virtually

Eastside Timbers TOPSoccer Success – Virtually

Eastside Timbers' TOPSoccer, a program that has been running strong for 13 years had to shift gears like all of us during this pandemic. They brought innovation into the program to support their athletes. It started in March 2020 when their Spring Season clearly...

Life Lessons Learned From A Former Player

Life Lessons Learned From A Former Player

Soccer has always been more than just a sport for me. As I reflect on my time playing the game, I have fond memories. Most of the memories don’t have anything to do with a final score, the goals scored, or any accomplishments. I played soccer my whole childhood, was...

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