USA Football will conduct a coaching school hosted by the Philadelphia Eagles for youth football coaches on Saturday, June 6 at the United Sports Training Center in Downingtown, Pa.
The one-day clinic, designed exclusively for youth football coaches, will prepare coaches for the upcoming season and help ensure that their players enjoy a positive and rewarding football experience.
The event is one of 48 coaching schools USA Football will conduct across 35 states in 2009. The clinic is the one of three USA Football Coaching Schools that will be held in Pennsylvania this year.
All coaches in attendance will receive on-field and classroom instruction from top local coaches as well as lunch and USA Football shirt, along with a gift bag, with their $50 registration.
The full-day clinic (8 a.m. – 5 p.m.) includes sessions on coaching philosophy, teaching proper fundamentals, communicating with players and offensive and defensive ""chalk talk"" sessions.
USA Football is an independent non-profit based near Washington, D.C. and is the national governing body of America's favorite sport on youth and amateur levels. USA Football awards more than $500,000 in equipment grants to youth leagues and high schools each year based on merit and need, along with additional resources. USA Football was endowed by the NFL and NFL Players Association in 2002. The non-profit organization, which hosts over 100 training events annually, offers various programs such as education opportunities for coaches and game officials, as well as skill development for young players and resources for youth football administrators.
To register for the USA Football – Philadelphia Eagles Coaching School, please visit:
Philadelphia Eagles News
May 19, 2009 at 05:36 AM
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