FYSA would like to thank each of you who volunteer so much of your time and energy to coach each year. FYSA is currently the largest classic travel soccer club in the state with between 300 and 400 players each year and over 60 volunteer coaches. The success of our program relies on our volunteer coaches. We would like to be as much of a resource to all of you as possible.\
2016 Coaches Application can be found here.
Currently offered Soccer Maine coaching courses can be found here.
The FYSA Coaches Guide can be found here.
Coaches can find information on Soccer Maine required coaching certifications, code of conduct and coaching manual here.
Personnel Support for Coaches/Teams:
Marsha Lycan, FYSA Trainer of Coaches, firstname.lastname@example.org , will be working with coaches and individual teams during preseason and though the fall season. Marsha is the Assistant Coach for University of New England Women’s Soccer and holds a NSCAA National Coaching Diploma. Part of her job is working with individual teams and coaches to foster the development of our youth soccer players, so feel free to contact Marsha if you need any assistance whatsoever with training session formats or ideas. Marsha will schedule sessions with coaches and teams or will come to your games and work with coaches/teams there.
Josh Muscadin, FYSA Trainer of Players, email@example.com , will be running skills sessions for FYSA players during the summer and through the fall season. Josh coaches Greely Girls’ Varsity Soccer and is director and coach at FCS Riptide Soccer Club. Coaches will get a schedule of Josh’s skills sessions and be asked to encourage players to attend. Josh is also available to work with coaches and teams on integrating footskills into practises.
If you have any general questions about coaching, licenses, timelines, practices or games, please contact me.
Director of Coaching Committee
Falmouth Youth Soccer Association