US Youth Soccer is now accepting nominations for the awards to be presented at the 2010 US Youth Soccer Awards Gala, held in conjunction with the US Youth Soccer adidas Workshop in Fort Worth, Texas, Feb. 25-27.
US Youth Soccer recognizes those who give of their time and efforts to the organization by way of service.
The third class of the US Youth Soccer Hall of Fame will be announced at the 2010 Workshop. The US Youth Soccer adidas Competitive and Recreation Coach of the Year, Administrator of the Year, Volunteer of the Year, Male and Female Young Referees of the Year and the Goal and Save of the Year will also be announced. Additionally, the US Youth Soccer Excellence in Youth Coaching Education Award, the "Dr. Thomas Fleck Award" honors a lifetime contribution.
The Young Referee of the Year, Administrator of the Year, Volunteer of the Year and Coach of the Year nominations are to be sent to your US Youth Soccer State Association
. The Hall of Fame and Goal and Save of the Year nominations are sent to the US Youth Soccer national office
October 15, 2009 Hall of Fame
December 31, 2009 Goal and Save of the Year
The deadlines for the Young Referee of the Year, Administrator of the Year, Volunteer of the Year and Coach of the Year are determined by your State Association
State Associations may contact Matt Moran, membership service specialist, to customize the award nomination forms with your logo, due date and mailing address. Contact Moran at email@example.com
or (800) 4SOCCER.
For information about the US Youth Soccer Awards Gala, descriptions of the awards and information on past winners, please click here
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