Coaching Tips from NSCAA

Volunteer coaches are the backbone of RSA so we always like to provide information that will help our volunteers continue to do a great job for our players. The National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) has terrific coaching resources on their site. Whether you’re an experienced coach or are just starting out, you know that it all begins with the fundamentals. Here’s a great link to get you started.

We hope you’ll continue to read the NSCAA site and other coaching sites so that you can be the best rec soccer coach in town! We also have a bunch of links on our Coaches page.

Thanks again for volunteering and supporting 1,300 rec soccer players in Ridgewood.

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Specal Needs Halloween Event

RSA’s Special needs program held it’s last session on Hollween and the players and Coaches came addressed for the occasion.

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RSA Supports Access Ridgewood ’15

The RSA’s Special Needs program participated in Access Ridgewood 15 by hosting a training and game between the Ridgewood Firemen, Policemen and the RHS girl varsity team. The event was a great time for the players, families and all the willing particpants form Ridgewood’s Police and Fire participants. ¬†Enjoy some photos.

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Spring Break Soccer Camp Registration

RSA will offer our annual spring break soccer camp, in partnership with the New York Red Bulls Training Program, from March 30 – April 3 at Maple Park.

These camps are lively, fun and engaging for the kids. And since RSA doesn’t play in the spring, it’s a great chance for our players to get out there and sharpen their soccer skills.

Register by February 1 and receive $25 off per child! To register, click here.

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