NSCAA Open Training Week to be held nationwide this April

UPDATED (March 16, 2017): More than 200 college and professional teams across the United States are registered to participate in NSCAA Open Training Week! Coaches can now RSVP online to attend Open Training sessions in their area. All events are free to attend and you do NOT need to be an NSCAA member to attend. Attendees who are not current NSCAA members will receive a free, six-month trial membership for participating in NSCAA Open Training Week. 

KANSAS CITY, MO (February 7, 2017) – The National Soccer Coaches Association of America is launching NSCAA Open Training Week from April 3-9 in cities across the country. Men’s and women’s teams at the college and professional levels will welcome local soccer coaches in their communities to attend a practice with the goal of uniting coaches around the love of the game.

The nationwide initiative, led by new NSCAA President Charlie Slagle, will provide an opportunity for coaches from all levels and backgrounds to experience new environments, observe high-level training sessions and learn from one another.

College and professional teams may now register online to host an Open Training at their facility. A set time, date and location for the Open Training will be required for registration, along with a point of contact for planning purposes.

Have questions about NSCAA Open Training Week? Please email training@nscaa.com.