Over the years, many of our original articles have been picked up and posted in many countries and on various web sites around the world—from Ireland, the United States and Canada to New Zealand.
Here are a few examples (click on the highlighted areas to see the article):
- Our article on Soccer Sideline Etiquette for parents, utilized by the Chilliwack Youth Soccer Club in British Columbia.
- Michael’s article on Becoming a Better Soccer parent was picked up by the Cal South Soccer Association in California, U.S.A.
- The Canadian Hockey Parents Association asked to use one of our pieces for their web site.
- The NSCAA—the prestigious National Soccer Coaches Association of America also liked our articles.
- Closer to home, the Ontario Hockey Federation published our article on 15 traits to look forward in building your all-star or “rep” hockey team with real team players.
- The web site of the highly-respected international soccer coach Tony Waiters, World of Soccer, ran a number of our articles, including this one on "Doing the Right Things when Interacting with your Players - The "Checklist" for Youth Soccer Coaches".
- Our articles were picked up fron as far away as New Zealand, and localized for use with youth soccer teams.
- Australia is also home to one of our articles.
- Eight key qualities that coaches should strive to instill in all their players can be found on the National Alliance for Youth Sports website.
We include this information simply to share with you that we hope the valuable—and very practical—tips we aim to share through our writing on youth sports will be considered by as many Clubs as possible. Children sometimes need to be pushed, always challenged, but also supported and nurtured to ensure that if they love sport, we—parents, coaches and administrators—don’t take that way from them.