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Women Coaches Community

Purpose Statement

To advocate for women coaches and the women’s game and to support United Soccer Coaches’ mission to enhance, encourage, and contribute to the development and recognition of soccer coaches and their players.

Get Involved

Are you a passionate advocate for the women’s game? We encourage you to sign up to be involved in one of our task forces! Our goals are simple:

  1. Enhance the Membership Experience
  2. Recruit & Promote Female Membership
  3. Develop Women Coaches
  4. Recognize and Celebrate Excellence in the Women’s Game

Latest News

From scholarships, job opportunities, and awards announcements to activities going on around the country, the Women Coaches Community keeps you up to date with the happenings in the women’s soccer community.

Sign up for the quarterly newsletter

Awards and Scholarships

The Women Coaches Community offers opportunities for females and coaches of women to be recognized throughout the year including the Charlotte Moran Award and the Women’s Award of Excellence. Click on the link for details and to find out how you can submit an application or be nominated.


Haley Carter

Haley Carter

Women Coaches Community


The Women Coaches Community (formerly the Women’s Committee) was established in 1991 to be a powerful voice in United Soccer Coaches (formerly the NSCAA), to promote the women’s game and to represent all levels of women in coaching – from youth to the national level. Today, the Women Coaching Community operates as part of the United Soccer Coaches Advocacy Council. Women Coaches boasts a growing membership and sees turnout at the annual open meeting increase every year. We seek to retain legitimacy, credibility, and consistency within United Soccer Coaches and are seeking representation at all levels of the women’s game. All youth, high school, college and professional coaches or women are welcome to join our membership-at-large.