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Updated: 10/13/14
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Become a Soccer Coach
Soccer is one of the most popular sports in the world, so many communities like ours have soccer teams that need coaches. The majority of youth teams rely on volunteers for their coaches.  To volunteer to become a soccer coach for Cleburne Soccer Association, you will have to follow these steps BEFORE we establish the teams for the season.

STEP 1 - Sign up to coach for the season.  You have to do this every season you want to coach.  We use GotSoccer to process the applications for coaches.  You must have a GotSoccer account.  If you don't have an account, sign up for one.  If you do have one and can't remember your login credentials, contact moc.reccosenrubelc@asc.  If you are ready to apply to coach for the season, CLICK HERE

STEP 2 - Undergo a Risk Management check.  All volunteers that will instruct our players (managers and coaches) must have a background check. 

In order to do a background check, log into your GotSoccer account at
  • In the gray bar, click on the link called 'Background Checks'
  • Click on the button called 'Submit New Report'
  • Enter your information and click 'Submit'
It will take a few hours for the report to come back with a result.  If you are approved, we can then put you in the coaching pool for a team.  If you are not approved, we cannot have you as a volunteer.  We are not made aware of why you weren't approved, just that you are not approved by the North Texas State Soccer Association.

STEP 3 - Sign up for a coaching education course.  Every season we try to offer locally a coaching course or clinic that will satisfy at least the minimum requirement for new coaches.  All coaches MUST have a coaching license or diploma in order to continue coaching.  Local coaching education course will be listed below.  Coaching education course links around the state can be found on the menu to your right.

STEP 4 - AFTER YOU HAVE BEEN GIVEN YOUR TEAM - Fill out a team fact sheet. A team fact sheet is needed to give us a little more information about your team such as your team name, uniform colors, age group, assistant coaches, etc... All Head Coaches must fill out a Team Fact Sheet. U5-U6 TEAM FACT SHEET   --  U8-U19 TEAM FACT SHEET 

STEP 5 - Attend the mandatory coaches meeting at Cleburne High School - 1501 Harlin Dr, Cleburne on MONDAY, AUGUST 4, 2014 at 6:30 pm. All head coaches and assistant coaches must attend.
Order Uniforms
1. Log into your GotSoccer TEAM Account after your roster has been unlocked for you.

2. Call each NEW player on your team and find out their uniform size (Jersey and Shorts). Socks will be sized accordingly and automatically ordered.

3. Go to Uniform Order Form and open it up.

4. Fill in the information for the uniforms you want to order. All players get a new uniform in the Fall.  They must keep this uniform for the Spring.
Contact moc.reccosenrubelc@asc for more details

5. The deadline is Friday, August 8, 2014 to get your uniform order in to ensure delivery by the first game.

6. You may also order and pay for Coach Shirts on this form.


Coach Development is one of our top priorities. Below are opportunities for our Coaches to futher their development through camps and clinics hosted by our association. Aside from these listings, you can check out the links to the right to find even more opportunites.
Coaching Fundamentals Coach Education
    Aug 16, 2014 to Aug 16, 2014
Cleburne Soccer Association will host a Coaching Fundamentals Soccer Coaching Course for all Metroplex Soccer Alliance Coaches. Coaching Fundamentals, is designed to introduce volunteer youth soccer coaches to the basics of coaching soccer. This course is perfect for the beginner coach or the coach that has be coaching for a couple of seasons and needs just a bit more information. ... Read More
Goalkeeping Level I & II Coach Education
    Dec 07, 2013 to Dec 08, 2013
This course is actually two courses in one.  The Level I and Level II Goalkeeping course are run one after the other.The overall objective of the Goalkeeping Level 1 Diploma is to explore some of the myths and mystiques surrounding the goalkeeping function. The six-hour course is directed towards the team coach - not the specialistgoalkeeper coach. The object is to... Read More
Coaching U6, U8, and U10 Players Coach Education
    Jan 21, 2014 to Feb 13, 2014
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Defending Principles of Play for Youth Players Coach Education
    Feb 18, 2014 to Mar 06, 2014
This webinar series explores the art of coaching young players. 5 of the country's top educators and coaches of young players will provide invaluable advice and practical tips for working with players during the formative years of development. Each presentation will include 6 outstanding activities that will engage all your young players and activate love for the game of soccer.Cost:... Read More
Key Moments in the Game Coach Education
    Mar 25, 2014 to Apr 22, 2014
This webinar series focuses on moments in the game that become so critical to the result. Topic areas include transitioning into a counterattack, 'killing' the game off when in the lead and game-winning restarts, to name just a few. The presenters in this series are proven winners in pressured situations and collectively have won World Cup, Olympic and national championships... Read More
  Texas Soccer
  NSCAA Coaching Academy
  NTSSA Coaching Clinics
  NTSSA Referee Clinics
  U.S. Soccer National Schools
  U.S. Soccer State Course Schedule
  STYSA Coaching Clinics