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1 Fort Wayne Sport Club 2013

2 The impetus for change Growth and change in size of the club
Recognition of need to better serve elite youth players Fever/Citadel merger talks

3 The Process In December the FWSC Youth Board authorizes and supports:
SWOT Analysis hosted by Mark Yde Meetings populated by Board members, Director of Coaching, highly qualified coaches & respected managers

4 The Process SWOT discussions were far reaching and open forums for looking at “Today’s” Sport Club and “Tomorrow’s” Sport Club Coaching Structure Marketing and Development

5 Primary Focus: Coaching Structure

6 Past Structure Teams were “islands”—a loosely affiliated group
Not always even wearing the same uniforms Some parent coaches, some paid coaches Rec soccer families unaware we had travel soccer and vice versa

7 Goals for New Structure
Provide a program that will fit the needs of every family and player Preserve the FWSC tradition of the parent coach Provide the highest level of training and competition to every player

8 Youth Structure Academy Teams U-12 to U-19 Premier Teams U-12 to U-19
Travel Teams U-12 to U-19 U-11 Transition Year Recreational/PDA

9 3 Team Options Travel Premier Academy

10 Travel Teams Open tryouts every June
Paid or parent coaches with licensing Technical Directors, Assistant Technical Directors or paid trainer may be used if team wishes Teams choose their own names

11 Travel Teams Limited travel for games & tournaments
Opportunity to guest play/train with Academy with coach & parent approval Coaches eligible for in-house coaching education as well as license subsidy

12 Premier Teams Open tryouts every June
Paid or parent coaches with appropriate license Technical Directors provide training a minimum of once a week Teams choose their own names

13 Premier Teams Compete at highest level appropriate to team’s ability and ambition Outdoor training 2 to 3 times per week; indoor option to train with Academy Opportunity to guest play/train with Academy with coach & parent approval Coaches eligible for in-house coaching education as well as license subsidy

14 Academy Teams Open tryouts every June Age group Technical Directors serve as head coaches for each team in age group Professional assistant coach Assistant can be an appropriately licensed parent coach Teams named after German Bundesliga Clubs—eg. FWSC 98B Bayern

15 Academy Teams Compete at highest level possible
Three training sessions per week outdoor; two indoor Out of town tournaments included in cost Futsal/11v11 winter indoor league play Performance Training through OZ Strength & Conditioning

16 Age Group Technical Director Roles
Act as head coaches for Academy teams Serve as trainer for Premier Teams Cooperate with other technical directors Communicate with other FWSC coaches within assigned age groups

17 Age Group TD Roles Mentor assistant coaches and apprentice coaches within assigned age groups TDs stay with age groups, not teams Club stability Expert age group coaching Provide different voices for players

18 Age Group TD Roles TD must attend and coach scheduled Academy team games TDs to see a minimum of two Premier team games per season Provide formal, written evaluations to Academy players four times per year; Premier twice

19 Age Group TD Roles Actively seek licensing and professional development opportunities for themselves and assistant coaches. (Teagarden Fund) Communicate with TDs of older and/or younger groups to discuss players’ development with potential of providing opportunities to train or club pass up an age group

20 2013 Technical Directors U12/13/U14: Carlos Cruz
17 years High School & Youth Travel USSF National D License USSF Youth National License Head Boys Coach Bishop Dwenger HS Director - Catalonia Futsal Academy Director of Academies Citadel FC Youth Director of Coaching Citadel FC Futsal Director SportONE/Parkview Fieldhouse

21 2013 Technical Directors U12/13/14: Rob Goetz
Head Coach Huntington North High School Assistant Coach Canterbury High School present Head Coach Sport Club 5 years Former PDA Co-Director Indiana University camp staff ODP Staff NSCAA Goalkeeper level 1 Certificate USSF Youth National License Played at Huntington University

22 U15/16 Girls: Margaret Saurin
2013 Technical Directors U15/16 Girls: Margaret Saurin USSF A License Current U-15/16 FWSC Girls Academy Coach IPFW Head Women’s Soccer Coach 2007-Present The University of Akron Women’s Assistant Coach Christian Brothers University Women’s Assistant Coach NCAA Division II National Champion 2002 NCAA Division II Runner Up 2001 Irish Women’s National Team

23 2013 Technical Directors U15/16 Boys: Joe DeMay USSF B License
USSF GK License USYSA National Youth License Current U-15/16/18 FWSC Boys Academy Coach IPFW Women's Soccer Associate Head Coach 9 years Division I college experience ODP Regional Staff, 5 years 21 years experience in youth club, HS and college

24 2013 Technical Directors U17/18 Boys Corey Brueggeman
Coaching experience at the club, international and college levels NSCAA National Diploma NSCAA Goalkeeper Level 1 Diploma Assistant Men’s Coach Manchester University Columbus Crew marketing and promotions team member Staff Coach for several Cincinnati area Academies Staff Coach Gloucester City AFC (England) Involved in "Kick It Out” campaign discouraging racism in sport .

25 2013 Technical Directors U17/18 Girls: Andrew Stout
NSCAA Advanced National NSCAA Goalkeeping II Manchester University Women’s Head Coach - 5 years Richardson HS Boys (TX) Head - 1 year Andromeda Soccer Club Boys (TX) Head - 1 year Richardson Pearce HS Boys (TX) - Assistant - 5 years Ouachita Baptist University Women (AR) Assistant - 1 year East Noble High School Boys Assistant - 1 year Fort Wayne Sport Club Boys Head - 3 years

26 Age Group Assistant Coaches
Assists Technical Director in designing and executing training plans Collaborates with Technical Director on short term and long term plan for age group teams Assists with writing evaluations and meetings with players to review evaluations

27 Age Group Assistant Coaches
Parent assistant can move up with team, provided they hold or are enrolled in appropriate license for age group Those who do not wish to obtain the license will be given option to remain as team manager or second assistant coach

28 Staff Coaches Jim LaBorde John Gotschall Glenn Harkenrider
Stacey Litzenberg Blake Sharpe Oliver Reelsen Deb Wildrick Simon Picazo Katie Metz Christy Young Kristin Shifflet Ryan Hosler Paul Fulghum Josh Capps Oliver Reelsen Dan Godfrey Todd Gilpin Al Wildrick Dan Ybarra

29 Coordination of Functions
Monthly staff meeting of PDA Director, age group, Technical Directors, and DOC All staff must agree to work within developed framework and club playing philosophy Seasonal summaries will be written within four weeks to the end of season and provided to the DOC.

30 Training & Competition
Academy & Premier teams train minimum of twice per week for two hours each session or 3 times per week for 90 minutes each session U-12 & 13 (outdoor) Academy & Premier teams train minimum of three times per week for 90 minutes U-14 and up (outdoor) Academy & Premier teams train minimum of twice per week for 60 minutes each session U-12 and up (indoor)

31 Training & Competition
Academy teams in U-12 & U-13 age groups will play in President’s Cup Academy teams in U-14 and up will play in State Cup Premier teams will be encouraged to play in President’s Cup or State Cup if possible

32 Training & Competition
U-12 and U-13 teams may play a total two additional tournaments during the year U-14 teams may play up to three additional tournaments during the year U-15 & up will play four showcases tournaments in addition to State Cup Travel teams will determine Cup and tournament schedules

33 Training & Competition
All Academy teams will seek highest level of league play—ISL, ICL/NPL, MRL Premier teams will play ISL with ability to qualify for MRL Travel teams will play ISL

34 1 - 2 Tournaments Winter Practice $300 -$500 per player- per season
Travel Teams 1 - 2 Tournaments Winter Practice $300 -$500 per player- per season

35 Premier 2-3 Tournaments Winter Training 1-2 X week Tech Director assists with training Asst Coach – Parent Primary Game Coach $500-$600 per player

36 Academy 4-5 Tournaments Winter Practice 2x per week Conditioning Winter –Spring Technical Director Primary Coach $1000-$1200 per player

37 Fort Wayne’s ORIGINAL Soccer Club

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