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The 50/50 Blog

Note:  Opinions expressed on the US Youth Soccer Blog (web log) are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the positions of the United States Youth Soccer Association (US Youth Soccer). Links on this web log to articles do not necessarily imply agreement by the author or by US Youth Soccer with the contents of the articles. Links are provided to foster discussion of topics and issues. Readers should make their own evaluations of the contents of such articles.


The 50/50 Blog: 11.6.13


New US Youth Soccer coaching clinic

US Youth Soccer has released a free online coaching clinic called, "Contructive Soccer - Principles of Play." This is an amazing resource for coaches and you can sign up free to take the course here.


Tullahoma Kohl's American Cup

Both Covington, La. and Tullahoma, Tenn. hosted US Youth Soccer Koh's American Cup events this past weekend. Here is a great article about the Tullahoma event.


Best looking trophies

Out of all the top tier soccer divisions in the world, which has the best looking hardware for winning? Check out the trophies and then vote here. (We wish we could be in the running because we like how our trophies look!)


New Columbus Crew coach

The Columbus Crew on Wednesday announced the hiring of former US international Gregg Berhalter as the club's seventh head coach, and also installed him in a new role as sporting director in charge of all player personnel decisions. Read more.


Sam Snow's coaching blog

Sam Snow
US Youth Soccer's Director of Coaching Sam Snow responds in his most recent blog post about how youth soccer tournaments should be run. Read here to see Sam's thoughts on youth tournaments. Do you have a questions you'd like Sam to answer? Leave a comment on this blog or a message on our Facebook page with your question!



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