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Mass Youth Soccer 2020 Workshop

Boston MArriotT • Burlington, MA • 1.25.2020


With thanks to our key sponsors for their role in supporting youth soccer in Massachusetts

Welcome to all Mass Youth partners and vendors

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Contents PArtner Message - Dick’s Sporting Goods President’s Welcome Karl Spratt Session Plan Workshop Schedule Julie Hubbard Session Plan Gary Hall Session Plan Field / classroom Session Synopsis PArtner Message - Apex Entertainment

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AN Introduction from the President of Mass Youth Soccer

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elcome to Mass Youth Soccer’s 2020 Workshop Weekend! The festivities start Friday evening with the Annual Awards Appreciation Night and continuing through Saturday with the Mass Youth Soccer Workshop.

The Appreciation Night for our Annual Award Winners on Friday, January 24th is a wonderful opportunity for our community to honor and celebrate the efforts and commitment of numerous individuals to our sport. The annual awards recognizes those who stand out in their youth soccer programs, in their clubs and their communities for their selfless dedication to the game and to our children who play it. Every aspect of our great sport is recognized: the Young Female and Young Male Referees of the Year, the GOALS Program Coach of the Year, the TOPSoccer Coach of the Year, the TOPSoccer Buddy of the Year, the Volunteer of the Year, the Administrator of the Year and the Girls and Boys Recreational Coaches of the Year, along with recognizing our Male and Female StudentAthlete Scholarship recipients. In addition we will also recognize the 2019 Olympic Development Program Regional Pool Players. Mass Youth Soccer is delighted to welcome our 2020 Hall of Fame inductees Niki Cross and Charlie Davies to our Appreciation Night. Both Niki and Charlie represented the Massachusetts Olympic Development Program and we are excited to welcome them as the first players into the Hall of Fame. All of us at Mass Youth Soccer appreciate our members’ attendance and recognition of our Award Winners and Hall of Fame honorees. The Saturday, January 25th Soccer Workshop provides a wide variety of field demonstrations and classroom presentations for coaches, administrators and parents. Our staff has gathered an impressive list of speakers, presenters and instructors to assist our membership in advancing their soccer skills and knowledge. We are excited to share these educational opportunities as we strive towards our mission of ongoing development of youth soccer players, coaches, referees, clubs and leagues in an inclusive, safe, affordable and fun environment. None of these activities would be possible without the support of our corporate partners and sponsors, who are an integral part of Mass Youth Soccer community. Without their sponsorship, our programs would not be as effective and respected as they are today. Our thanks to the following corporate partners: Boston Children’s Hospital Sports Medicine, Coca-Cola, TD Bank, Ron Bouchard Auto Stores, Apex Marlboro, Fore Kicks and Dick’s Sporting Goods. A very special Thank You for the host of our events, Boston Marriott Hotel - Burlington and DoubleTree by Hilton Bedford. Please enjoy yourselves this weekend as we celebrate the special people amongst us and connect as enthusiastic youth soccer advocates to learn, share ideas and improve the soccer environment in our Association. It is our hope you return home from this weekends events with fond memories and renewed energy for our soccer community.

Bob Trudeau - President

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Kelly Lawrence - Boston University


Rusty Earnshaw - Magic Academy Level 1 26 Points 10 Super Power 2 Pauses 2 Replays Goal = 2 1 touch goal = 4 Intercept = 1

Level 1 noticing off ball 32 Points 14 Super Power problem solving 2 Pauses info sharing 2 Replays individual +/Goal = 2 goal in 7s = 4 ball win in oppo 1/2 = 1

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Skye Eddy Bruce Soccer Parenting Association Establishing a Stronger Sense of Community within Club and Team to Increase Player Retention and Inspiration John Cunningham Positive Coaching Alliance Managing the Parent/Coach Partnership

Lunch

Russell Earnshaw The Magic Academy Breaking the Rules of Coaching Gary Curneen Modern Soccer Coach Maximizing Individual Contribution in a Possession System Skye Eddy Bruce Soccer Parenting Association Managing the Performance Environment: Best Practices for Transformational Coaching

Vince Ganzberg / Tommy Geis United Soccer Coaches 4v4 Diploma

Julie Hubbard Athletic Evolution / Just4Kicks Evidence-Based ACL Prevention Strategies for Youth Soccer Players

Lunch Ian Mulliner / Tommy Geis - Mass Youth Soccer How to Run an Effective TOPSoccer Buddy Training Session

Gary Hall New England Revolution Academy Combination Play to Progress and Destabilize

Russell Earnshaw The Magic Academy Looking without seeing... the craft of coaching Gary Curneen Modern Soccer Coach Getting More out of a Rondo

9:45am - 10:45am

11:00am - 12:00pm

12:00pm - 1:00pm

1:00pm - 2:00pm

2:15pm - 3:15pm

3:30pm - 4:30pm

online: mayouthsoccer.org/workshop

DSD Meeting (8am-9:30am)

Attendee Registration / Vendor Meet and Greet Morning Tea / Coffee Service

Embrace, Empower, Enliven, Envision

8:30am - 9:30am

Celebrate Ballroom Field Demonstrations

Kelly Lawrence Women’s Associate Head Coach - Boston University Improve decision making and creativity on the ball to penetrate (Emphasis on dribbling)

7:45am - 8:30am

Time

Saturday 25th January - Boston Marriott, Burlington MA

Mass Youth Soccer 2020 Workshop


Lunch High School Coaches Meeting

Lunch Town Select League Coaches Meeting

Mass Youth Soccer Massachusetts State Referee Committee Referee Development Program Peter Kokolski Massachusetts State Referee Committee Laws of the Game Changes

Lunch

Stuart Singer Well Performance The Development of Psychological Performance in Youth Soccer Players*

Stuart Singer Well Performance The Development of Psychological Performance in Youth Soccer Players*

Mass Youth Futsal Development Committee Panel: FUTSAL - What-Why-How

11:00am - 12:00pm

12:00pm - 1:00pm

1:00pm - 2:00pm

2.15pm - 3.15pm

3.30pm - 4.30pm

David Amidon Mass Youth Soccer Town Soccer Program Governance

Julie Hubbard Athletic Evolution / Just4Kicks Evidence-Based ACL Prevention Strategies for Youth Soccer Players

9:45am - 10:45am 11:00am - 12:00pm

Classroom Session 1 Inspire

Classroom Session 2 Inspire

2:00pm - 3:15pm

8:30am - 9:30am

Classroom Session 2 Imagine

Field Session 1 Celebrate Ballroom

Classroom Session 1 Imagine

United Soccer 4v4 Coaches Diploma

* Due to limited space, classroom presentations offered as part of a United Soccer Coaches Diploma Course (Highlighted with * & Purple text) are restricted to registrants of that course.

1:00pm - 2:00pm

The Development of Psychological Performance in Youth Soccer Players

Caryn Goulet TOPSoccer How to Run an Effective TOPSoccer Buddy Training Session

Vince Ganzberg / Tommy Geis United Soccer Coaches 4v4 Diploma*

Mark Altman MindsetGo Can You See What I Am Saying - Body Language

9:45am - 10:45am

Caryn Goulet TOPSoccer TOPSoccer Best Practices Collaborative Working Group

Chris Barton / Terry Barton The Coaching Manual Creating a Practice Culture in your club

Kyrah Altman Let’s Empower, Advocate and Do, Inc. (LEAD) Putting yourself First: Self-Care & Stress Management for Coaches

Tamie Endow / Loy Urbina Mass Youth Soccer Developing Urban Programming

Ignite

Vince Ganzberg / Tommy Geis United Soccer Coaches 4v4 Diploma*

Attendee Registration / Vendor Meet and Greet Morning Tea / Coffee Service

Imagine

8:30am-9:30am

Inspire

Mark Altman MindsetGo Conflict Management - Recognize the Root Cause & Effectively Resolving Conflicts

7:45am - 8:30am

Time / Location


Julie hubbard - just4kicks Topic

Evidence-Based ACL Prevention Strategies for Youth Soccer Players by Julie Hubbard & Kaitlyn Roux (Just4Kicks Boston, LLC) 1. To understand and be able to teach proper mechanics of bounding, hopping, jumping, and cutting 2. To learn basic warm-up drills/exercises to improve lower body strength, core stability, and balance 3. To learn ways to incorporate the soccer ball into injury prevention exercise

Objectives

Activity 1

Organization Players are lined up 5-yards across from partner in 2 straight lines (all players have soccer ball)

Coaching Points Hints for successful strengthening: 1) Ask players, “Where do you feel this exercise?” and alter mechanics accordingly 2) Understand that every player will be different - progress and regress accordingly 3) Only progress exercise if form is correct (tight core, no back arch, no knee cave)

Activity 2

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Jumping/Landing Stabilization and Power Drills

Movement/CNS Prep: Foot fires, pogos, in/out, up/back

Lower Body and Core Strength/Stability

Core/Glutes: Lateral band walks, monster/sumo walks Hip lifts (double-leg, single-leg, mini-band) Side plank (modified, clamshells, hip drops, isometric/ concentric hip abduction, soccer volley) Front plank (shoulder taps, up/downs, soccer ball rolls, hip extensions) Crawl holds (4-point, 3-point, forward/backward, lateral) Quads/Hamstrings: Lunges (forward, reverse, lateral, rotational, walking) Squat (double-leg, single-leg) Nordic hamstrings Calf raises (double-leg, single-leg) Stability/Balance: Single-leg balance (with ball toss, partner push)

Organization Players are lined up 5-yards across from partner in 2 straight lines (all players have soccer ball)

Double-Leg: Snap-downs Vertical Linear (forward, backward) Lateral (medial, lateral) Rotational (90, 180 degree turns) Reactive partner perturbations (push, shoulder bumps) Single-Leg: Bounding in place Lateral bounds (medial, lateral) Linear bounds (forward, backward) Lateral hops (medial, lateral) Linear hops (forward, backward) Rotational (90,180 degree turns) Power Development: Mini bounce (linear, lateral) Continuous (linear, lateral) Resisted vertical jump Resisted broad jump

Coaching Points During all plyometric drills, make sure players land with: 1) Increased hip and knee bend (cue players to "land softly" or "don't make a sound") 2) Knee caps in line with 1st/2nd toe (cue players to "not let the knee cave inward") 3) A tight core (cue players to maintain upright trunk and not "sway to either side") 4) Weight distributed evenly (cue players to jump/land with "both feet at same time")

Activity 3

Organization Players will need 20-yards of free field space; set-up may vary from drill to drill

During change of direction drills, make sure players are: 1) Decelerating/slowing down with lots of frequent “baby steps” 2) Leaning into the direction they would like to go with their entire body 3) Lower their center of gravity by “getting low” or “touching the cone”

Power Development (continued): Band resisted runs Anticipatory COD: Zig-Zag T-drill Box drill (with pass, hops, finish net)

Coaching Points

Additional Notes

Running/Change of Direction/Cutting Drills

Reactive COD/agility: Linear (forward, backward) Lateral (medial, lateral) Reactive 4-6 cone drill Mirror with partner Back/Belly chases

Injury prevention can decrease risk of ACL injury by 50% and by as much as 67% for females athletes (non-contact mechanisms). Various injury prevention programs currently exist including the PEP, Sportsmetrics, WIPP, and FIFA 11+. The aforementioned exercises are effective components of an injury prevention program and all can be progressed/regressed using isometric holds, eccentric tempos, or increased/decreased repetitions.

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Execution - Game Realistic - High # of reps Constraints through competition & time - HIGH DEMANDS

Game designed to bring out game principle - Minimal Stoppages - Reversibility - Scoring system Principle

Tactical Decision - Create Specific Game Situation - Allow 1 counterattack and done - Emphasis on Team of principle

PEM

PSAM

PMDT

THEME OFFENSIVE PHASE DESTABALIZE PRINCIPLE COMBINATION PLAY TO DESTABILIZE THE OPPOSITION

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PRESSURE GRADE 0-2

25 minutes - 6:2.5 Work to Rest

WORKLOAD

Attacking team in RED starts with ball into "6" who can only be used to connect and play forward into RED team who play 3 v 3 or 4 v 4. Attacking team can score in two ways : regular finish on goal OR combination with targets. If blue team intercept they can score on mini goals for a point. Ball always starts from midfield line and only allow 1 counter attack from blue team (limit on time to speed this up). Focus should be on the attacking team and creating more repetitions for them in the game situation.

INSTRUCTIONS

PHASE III

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PRESSURE GRADE 0-2

20 minutes - 4:1.5 Work to Rest

WORKLOAD

Ball starts on half way line but 1st pass into end zone should be varied angles and depth to create different entry pass. After first pass into game this becomes a 4v4 in central area. Game will be in a 20 x 25 area with cones / poles to mark out end zone. If attacking team score a point with combination, they receive the next ball, if the defending team intercept, plays goes in the other direction. If ball goes out of bounds, new ball into end zone to re-start.

INSTRUCTIONS

PHASE II

1

PRESSURE GRADE 0-2

15 minutes - 3:1 Work to Rest

WORKLOAD

1 Point = Goal 2 Points = Combination off target to Goal Counterattack = 1 Point for score in mini Goals

ACHIEVEMENT CRITERIA

* Shape to make area large (width, depth) * Recognition of when to possess and when to combine and attack. * Movement of target forward to always offer deep pass that breaks lines * Movement of attacking team when ball is played forward into target * Use of quick 1 touch combinations to unbalance * Movement of attacking to unbalance.

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

1 Point - Attacking team combine to find a player in the end zone. Add mini goals in wide areas, 1 Point for goal in regular play, 2 points for goal from a 1st time combination off target.

ACHIEVEMENT CRITERIA

* Shape to make area large (width, depth) * Recognition of when to possess and when to combine and attack. * Movement of target forward to always offer deep pass that breaks lines * Movement of attacking team when ball is played forward into target * Use of quick 1 touch combinations to unbalance * Movement of attacking to unbalance.

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

Progression 1 - 3 passes to play in behind Progression 2 - 3 passes to play in behind Progression 3 - 3 passes and overlap to play in behind

ACHIEVEMENT CRITERIA

Progression 1 - (not shown) Receive and turn after first pass * Movement to get open (opposites) * 1 touch combination at speed and play through ball in behind. Progression 2 - (as shown) Wide pass and then wall pass to * Quality first touch - set - to allow team mate time * Looking up prior to making pass, assess situation play in behind. Progression 3 - (as shown) Wide pass into overlap / 3rd man * Weight of pass to penetrate * Speed and timing of run based on combination combination play Working on various combination plays performed at high speed to replicate combination plays to play through the opposition. Add penetrating pass to target for 4th progression.

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

ACTUAL RESULTS

Encourage attacking team to try to score by using good ball speed and rotation, combination plays and attacking movement to create separation from defender. Create fun environment by keeping score or playing competition style between 3 teams.

EXPECTED RESULTS

ACTUAL RESULTS

Game should provide lots of opportunities to work on combinations in tight areas to unbalance and destabilize the opposition. Manipulate the rules to encourage attacking team be aggressive with movement and reward attacking play.

EXPECTED RESULTS

ACTUAL RESULTS

Lots of repetitions to improve the technical execution of various combination plays. Environment should set the expectations for high demands performed at speed. Players should also work on connections between 24 players based on the combination play.

EXPECTED RESULTS

Athletic Impact 1 hour session, team is in Off-season and likely based on size of area not all players will be able to play the duration of the session.

Mental Impact 1st session with this team, allowing them to feel comfortable in the environment knowing players will be nervous and not used to area, court, coach. Attacking session to celebrate good attacking moments.

PHASE I INSTRUCTIONS

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Field Demonstrations IMPROVE DECISION MAKING AND CREATIVITY ON THE BALL TO PENETRATE KELLY LAWRENCE - BOSTON UNIVERSITY Field Demo (U16 Girls) : 8:30am-9:30am - Celebrate Ballroom Emphasizing the role of dribbling in order to penetrate or maintain possession. UNITED SOCCER COACHES 4V4 DIPLOMA VINCE GANZBERG / TOMMY GEIS Field Demo (U8 Boys / Girls) : 9:45am-10:45am - Celebrate Ballroom Classroom Sessions: 8:30am-9:30am & 11:00am-12:00pm- Imagine (Diploma Registrants only) The 4v4 Diploma is designed for coaches with players ages 8 and under. The curriculum is packed with age-appropriate training activities around a 4v4 game structure. EVIDENCE BASED ACL PREVENTION STRATEGIES FOR YOUTH SOCCER PLAYERS JULIE HUBBARD - ATHLETIC EVOLUTION / JUST4KICKS

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Field Demo (U14 Girls) : 11:00am - 12:00pm - Celebrate Ballroom Classroom Session: 1:00pm-2:00pm - Ignite This presentation will involve various demonstrations of field drills that can be used to decrease youth soccer players’ risk of ACL injury, as well as enhance overall athletic performance. ODP players will demonstrate soccer-specific drills/exercises that emphasize lower extremity strength, core strength, single leg stability/balance, power development, and change of direction/cutting mechanics. COMBINATION PLAY TO PROGRESS AND DESTABILIZE GARY HALL Field Demo (U12 Boys) : 1:00pm-2:00pm - Celebrate Ballroom Application of a Principle of Play in an MLS Youth Academy Environment (NE Revs Academy) LOOKING WITHOUT SEEING... THE CRAFT OF COACHING RUSSELL EARNSHAW - THE MAGIC ACADEMY Field Demo (U10 Boys / Girls) : 2:15pm-3:15pm - Celebrate Ballroom Using video game design to coach problem-solving players. A better understanding of noticing skills. GETTING MORE OUT OF A RONDO GARY CURNEEN - MODERN SOCCER COACH / CHICAGO REDSTARS Field Demo (U13 Boys) : 3:30pm-4:30pm - Celebrate Ballroom Is a 4v2 enough to challenge players to make decisions that they will be required to make in a real game?

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ESTABLISHING A STRONGER SENSE OF COMMUNITY WITHIN CLUB AND TEAM TO INCREASE PLAYER RETENTION AND INSPIRATION SKYE EDDY - SOCCER PARENTING ASSOCIATION Classroom Session: 9:45am - 10:45am - "E" Suites The research is clear that when players and parents feel a “Sense of Community” they will stick with the sport longer. This workshop will be for youth coaches and club leaders and focus on the coach’s role in managing the performance environment as it specifically relates to Sense of Community as well as best practices for clubs and coaches when it comes to the 4 Primary Components of Sense of Community. MANAGING THE PARENT/COACH PARTNERSHIP JOHN CUNNINGHAM - POSITIVE COACHING ALLIANCE Classroom Session: 11:00am-12:00pm - “E” Suites Culture, Practices & Games Ideas explored in the workshop include: Creating and refining a personal coaching philosophy based on the Double-Goal Coach model; Developing a team culture that encourages athletes to give 100% effort and strive for excellence; Designing dynamic practice sessions; Strategies for common game-coaching challenges such as allocating playing time, dealing with blow-out games, and maintaining composure in difficult situations. BREAKING THE RULES OF COACHING RUSSELL EARNSHAW - THE MAGIC ACADEMY Classroom Session: 1:00pm-2:00pm - “E” Suites Thinking more creatively about how we develop players for the game of the future. MAXIMIZING INDIVIDUAL CONTRIBUTION IN A POSSESSION SYSTEM GARY CURNEEN - MODERN SOCCER COACH / CHICAGO REDSTARS Classroom Session: 2:15pm-3:15pm - “E” Suites How are we assessing and evaluating individual performances of our players in a game? How are we presenting feedback? How are we encouraging them to reflect and review their own performance? We will take a look at how to create and build processes to achieve this with our teams. MANAGING THE PERFORMANCE ENVIRONMENT: BEST PRACTICES FOR TRANSFORMATIONAL COACHING SKYE EDDY - SOCCER PARENTING ASSOCIATION Classroom Session: 1:00pm - 2:00pm - "E" Suites A coach’s ability to connect with, motivate and inspire their players is often what players’ and parents rank as the most important skill for a coach. In this workshop we will discuss the 4 Essential Components of Transformational Coaching. Coaches will walk away with actionable steps they can personally apply to help them be more effective and have greater impact in the lives of their players and families.

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CONFLICT MANAGEMENT - RECOGNIZING THE ROOT CAUSE AND EFFECTIVELY RESOLVING MARK ALTMAN - MINDSET GO Classroom Session: 8:30am-9:30am - Inspire Differences are inevitable. Conversations get stuck. When people communicate constructively, we become more connected, more resilient, and better partners for crafting lasting solutions for any challenge. Discover the formula to deal with conflict confidently and diplomatically, to enable coaches, parents, and players to improve poor communication, embrace different values and restore trust.  PUTTING YOURSELF FIRST: SELF-CARE & STRESS MANAGEMENT FOR COACHES KYRAH ALTMAN - LET’S EMPOWER, ADVOCATE AND DO, INC. (LEAD) Classroom Session: 9:45am-10:45am - Inspire There’s no doubt that being an athletic professional can be stressful. This workshop will explore reasons why coaches suffer from high rates of stress and the impact stress has on athletes’ wellness and performance. Teach participants strategies for promoting self-care and stress management in everyday life and connect participants with positive resources to support themselves and athletes and who are struggling to cope with stress and/or self-regulate their emotions. CAN YOU SEE WHAT I AM SAYING - BODY LANGUAGE MARK ALTMAN - MINDSET GO Classroom Session: 11:00am-12:00pm - Inspire As a player, you can say a lot without uttering a word: A frown, a look of disbelief. When an athlete is showing poor body language, it often affects how they are perceived by their coach, parents, referees, the crowd and their view of themselves. Learn how to correctly identify, interpret and respond effectively to multiple forms of non-verbal communication from peers, coaches, referees, parents and opponents. THE DEVELOPMENT OF PSYCHOLOGICAL PERFORMANCE IN YOUTH SOCCER PLAYERS UNITED SOCCER COACHES DIPLOMA - STU SINGER Classroom Session: 1:00pm-3:15pm Inspire There are unique psychological reactions triggered by the survival instinct, which occur in the performance environment. The athlete that reactively experiences moments of doubt, fear, hesitation, lack of confidence, or inhibited motivation is not weak, soft, or unfocused, but is more accurately purely human, as these emotions are part of the what is considered the normal spectrum related to performance stress. The greatest influence the coach can have is creating an everyday performance environment that encourages the athlete to take risks, push their comfort zone, crave challenges, and grow. By understanding the science of the brain when under performance stress, and specific coreprinciples of mental strength the coach can create not only a healthy performance environment, but on a daily basis help their athletes to develop these essential skills. This training will cover the science of the brain under stress; how to identify if the athlete is struggling psychologically; and most importantly teach proven psychological principles that are easy for the coach to effectively apply in the moment. PLEASE NOTE ATTENDANCE IS RESTRICTED TO DIPLOMA REGISTRANTS ONLY


FUTSAL: WHAT-WHY-HOW MASS YOUTH FUTSAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE Classroom Session: 1:00pm - 2:00pm Imagine Panel discussion providing an overview of the Mass Youth Futsal program including the What, Why and How of Futsal as it currently exists. Panel Members include: Jeff Chambers - Mass Youth Board, Committee Chair, co-founder and Operations Director/ Registrar - Essex County Youth Futsal League Janet Gargan - Mass Youth Board, co-founder and Referee Assignor- Essex County Youth Futsal League Stephanie McArdle - Mass Youth Board, Executive Director Beyond Soccer Lawrence, DirectorEssex County Youth Futsal League Doug Burns - co-founder and Director of Operations- Coastal Youth Futsal League Rob Thorne - co-founder and Referee Assignor- Coastal Youth Futsal League REFEREE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM - MASS YOUTH SOCCER & MSRC Classroom Session: 1:00pm - 2:00pm Imagine Learn how to establish or enhance your intown/club referee development program to providing support, development models and a pathway for advancement using proven tools to improve retention and competencies. Mass Youth Soccer and MSRC will be represented by Jeff Chambers, Janet Gargan and Russ Wolfe. LAWS OF THE GAME CHANGES PETER KOKOLSKI - MASSACHUSETTS STATE REFEREE COMMITEE Classroom Session: 2:15pm - 3:15pm Imagine Discussing how changes to the Laws of the Game can impact youth soccer players in Massachusetts. For supporting documents please visit: http://theifab.com/log-documents

DEVELOPING URBAN PROGRAMMING TAMIE ENDOW / LOY URBINA - MASS YOUTH SOCCER Classroom Session: 8:30am - 9:30am Ignite We have seen the power soccer has to build character and unite communities –and every community deserves equitable access to every youth opportunity available. Learn how Massachusetts Youth Soccer is bringing soccer to players in Urban and Underserved areas of Massachusetts, and how your organization can get involved. TOWN SOCCER PROGRAM GOVERNANCE DAVID AMIDON - MASS YOUTH SOCCER Classroom Session: 2:15pm-3:15pm Ignite Best practices and guiding principles for Town Soccer Program Governance and Board Structure

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