Coaches Resources

Young players need freedom of expression to develop as creative players. They should be encouraged to try skills without fear of failing.

Arsene WengerFormer Arsenal Coach

HTRSA cannot function without their volunteer coaches.  If you played soccer as a child, or just want to be involved with your child’s activities you are an excellent candidate for being an HTRSA volunteer coach.  If the thought of a bunch of kids running around scares you, don’t worry we will do our best to help you succeed. 

In order to be a coach there are requirements to ensure the kids safety.  These requirements include being fingerprinted (mandated by the state of New Jersey), registering with NJ Youth Soccer, getting a background check, taking a sports safety course, and taking a concussion safety course.  The resources needed to do these are located right here on this page.

This page also includes links to resources for running a practice, managing your team, and activities that will help you be more prepared which will help the kids have a better experience and that will make sure YOU have a better experience.