U.S. Soccer Coaching Education Announces 2024 B License Courses

U.S. Soccer Members to Administer 40 B License Courses in 24 Different States

CHICAGO (Nov. 7, 2023)  Continuing in its mission to foster the best playing environments, U.S. Soccer Coaching Education has finalized the locations for the 2024 B License Course. As the Federation works with its membership to increase the number of coaches in the country, 2024 will mark the largest offering of the B License with 40 courses planned by 25 organizations in 24 different states.

Applicants can register through the U.S. Soccer Learning Center and directly contact the host member organization for more information.

“We’re continuing to see significant interest in the B License, and that is a credit to our members for making the course more accessible,” U.S. Soccer Director of Coaching Didier Chambaron said. “As more coaches get the opportunity to develop, the new course structure offers growth throughout the entire process and allows for more sustainable learning.”

The B course will be organized during a six-month period (January to June and July to December 2024) and will consist of a combination of virtual learning and in-person meetings. The two planned in-person meetings will take place through four-day periods.


Female applicants accepted into the B course will have 50 percent of their tuition waived thanks to the Jill Ellis Scholarship Fund, which was established in the fall of 2019.

Participants in U.S. Soccer Coaching Education courses will have the opportunity to earn a nationally recognized license from U.S. Soccer, a FIFA national member association, and the governing body of soccer in all its forms in the United States.

For details on other U.S. Soccer Coaching Education courses, please visit the U.S. Soccer Learning Center and review the information under “Available Courses” or check out our FAQ page.

About the U.S. Soccer Federation

Founded in 1913, U.S. Soccer has been the official governing body of the sport in the United States for more than 100 years. As U.S. Soccer looks toward the future amid an unprecedented moment of opportunity, we’ve aligned our efforts around five strategic pillars: Grow the game by increasing youth and adult participation and accessibility to the sport; Foster the best playing environments through quality of referees and coaches, increase DEIB and participant safety; Develop winning teams through solidified pathways and success of professional leagues; Grow the soccer economy to fuel reinvestment by increasing membership, fandom and commercial success; and Create a world-class organization through revitalized structure and culture, best-in-class talent, progress in DEIB, and more. For more information, visit ussoccer.com/ourvision.