Coaching youth football by Joe Galat; American Sport Education Program

By Joe Galat; American Sport Education Program

''Endorsed by way of American early life soccer, the biggest soccer association within the state, training formative years soccer is a smart advent to educating adolescence the precious abilities they should play soccer. From speaking as a trainer and delivering to your gamers? defense to instructing offensive and protecting abilities and strategies, the e-book offers the entire details you must aid eight- to 14-year-olds examine and enjoy Read more...

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Playing by the Rules You are in a position to teach your players more than simply obeying the rules of the game. As a coach, you have a responsibility to teach players only those techniques that are safe. For example, you must discourage spearing (tackling with the top of the helmet) on defense because it’s against the rules. But you must also teach young players to never lead with their heads when blocking or running. Kicking or striking an opponent or jumping on the pile at the conclusion of a play is not acceptable.

Stadiums may vary, but all fields are defined by the following: • Endlines and sidelines serve as the outer boundaries of the playing field. • A 10-yard end zone is located at both ends of the field; the end zone is used for scoring. • A goal line at the beginning of each end zone determines scoring; to score, a player must be on, above, or over the opponent’s goal line. • Yard-line markers and hash marks are between the goal lines. • A goalpost is used for field goals and points after touchdowns.

Refer to “Football No-Nos” on page 35 for a list of the techniques that you should not tolerate. Officiating Football rules are enforced by a crew of officials on the field. In youth football, as many as seven officials or as few as two may work the games. Referees are the officials who control the game. A referee marks the ball ready for play; signals penalties, time-outs, and first downs; and communicates with team captains and coaches. 8, a through n, on page 34 for common officiating signals.

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