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Ensure that the following responsibilities are carried out equally

1st Responsibility

Provide a safe environment for everyone

2nd Responsibility

Make playing soccer as fun as possible

3rd Responsibility

Develop the players to their full potential

Want to Coach?

All head coaches are required to have a grassroots license or higher. Even without formal training, PBSC still needs assistant coaches to help with organization and instruction. If you're passionate about soccer, have an ability to teach the game, and want to make the PBSC experience fun for everyone, we may have a place for you! Our Director of Coaching, Ryan Hurley, will also be available to help mentor and support all PBSC coaches!

For information on how to become a PBSC coach, contact Pen Bay Soccer Club president, Patrick Costigan

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Coaching Resources

Inside Soccer

Inside Soccer is a collaboration of the World’s top Soccer Clubs that gives you instant video access to their Academy sessions.

Worldclass Coaching and Fine Soccer

Worldclass Coaching and Fine Soccer have excellent print and DVD resources as well as a free drills database.

Jeff Pill's Drills

Jeff Pill’s Drills page is one of the first online resources for coaching youth soccer and is still very relevant.

The European Football Association

The European Football Association. Check out the “Training Ground” section.

The National Soccer Coaches Association of America

The National Soccer Coaches Association of America is one of the largest coaching organizations in the world and is responsible for determining High School All-Americans and maintaining collegiate and high school rankings.

The United States Soccer Federation

The United States Soccer Federation is the governing body of soccer in the United States and also oversees licensing of all coaches.