Are you one of the 85%?
85% of our coaches are Dads that want to be involved in their kid’s youth sports experience, and we make it simple.
Being a youth sports coach is a rewarding experience to share with your young athlete. It will be gone before you know it – Don’t miss it!
As a youth coach, you’ll have the opportunity to positively impact the lives of youth athletes and their parents by teaching habits that will stick with them for the rest of their lives. You’ll be setting an example and teaching kid’s lessons about life (good and bad).
- Free Coach Certification Clinic for all new coaches (required) – The One Sports Nation coach certification clinic is designed to help you get started and to raise the bar on the quality of youth sports coaching. We’ll discuss player safety, practices, games and provide available resources before your first practice.
- Free Coach bag with practice equipment for your use during the season. – Coaches are the magic at ONE Sports Nation, and we want to give you all the tools you’ll need to succeed. After the Coach Certification clinic, you’ll receive a coach bag of practice equipment for your use during the season.
- Free Practice resources – You play like you practice – we’ll help you design a practice that promotes the one player development model for your age division and the fundamentals of the game.
- Free Game Day Resources – Need help on game strategy and play development? – yah, we do that. You can always contact the league commissioner of you need some assistance or check out the tools on our Coach Resources page.
- Background check of all head coaches. Player Safety is #1. ONE Sports Nation programs requires that all head coaches are background checked.
- Be recognized. Nothing feels better than being recognized in your community for being a youth sports coach. Knowing that you are positively impacting the lives of kids in ways that you may never even see. But the best reward is when your player sees you in the hallway at your community’s school and gives you an enthusiastic “Hi Coach!”.