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U.S. Soccer National “B” License To Take Place November 5-13 in Florida

Coaching Schools Provide Opportunity to Earn a Nationally Recognized License; Current CoachesNet Members Get Priority Registration Starting Today

CHICAGO (Aug. 4, 2011) — U.S. Soccer’s Coaching Department will conduct a National “B” License Course in Sunrise, Fla., from Nov. 5-13, 2011. Registration will open on Monday, Aug. 8, after a pre-registration period for active members of CoachesNet, U.S. Soccer’s official coaches club. Current CoachesNet members will have the first opportunity to register for the Fall course beginning today.

Registration for January 2012 “A”, “B” and “C” courses will be available in early September. For additional details, please visit the National Coaching School schedule page at 


Participants at U.S. Soccer’s National Coaching Schools will have an opportunity to earn a nationally recognized license from U.S. Soccer, a member of Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) and the governing body of soccer in all its forms in the United States.

Coaches will interact with the nation’s top-level instructors, including current and former National Team, professional and international coaches. The licensing programs are focused on teaching soccer coaches up-to-date theoretical and practical knowledge to provide coaches with the ability to improve the every day training environment for elite players and help them fulfill their potential as international, professional, collegiate or youth soccer players.

To learn more about what to expect at a U.S. Soccer course visit the Coaching Education section of

Registration opens on Aug. 4 for CoachesNet members and Aug. 8 for all eligible coaches. As always, space is limited for these select courses. More information on U.S. Soccer National Coaching Schools is available at

School                      Date                    Location
National “B” License    Nov. 5-13, 2011  Sunrise, Fla.

For other coaching inquiries, please contact the Coaching Department at