There are many ways for you to get involved with the NSCAA. Whether it is hosting a course at your facility, voting for a player or colleague to receive an award, attending an event or running for office, we want you to get the most out of your NSCAA experience. See how you can get involved with the opportunities listed below and what exclusive involvement NSCAA members can take advantage of.
Anyone can do it
Take a Course
The NSCAA offers education for coaches at all levels of the game. Whether you are a parent or volunteer, high school, youth, college or professional coach, we have something for you. Click here to check out a list of the wide range and comprehensive courses we offer.
Host a Course
Do you have a facility with a soccer field and a classroom? Then you can host an NSCAA course at your site! It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3. Click here to learn more.
Attend the NSCAA Convention
Meet up with your peers at the Convention, the World’s Largest Annual Gathering of Soccer Coaches. This year, you can Learn, Participate and Belong in Philadelphia! Register will open soon at www.nscaa.com/Convention.
Attend an NSCAA Event
College Showcases, International Tours and other educational and networking events are among some of the NSCAA’s newest additions to serve a wide range of coaches across the country. Click here to see where we will be this year.
Join the Social Media Discussion
Facebook, Twitter, Blogs, and more. Join the discussion on one of our many digital communication sites and stay current with hot topics in soccer!
NSCAA memebers receive all of the above and...
Vote for Awards
The NSCAA presents over 10,000 individual awards each year at the Youth, High School and College levels. Voting for or nominating individuals for these awards are exclusive to NSCAA members. Learn more about how you can nominate a player or colleague.
Participate in an Advocacy Group
Current NSCAA members that are interested in participating in the strategic direction of the Association can participate within an NSCAA Advocacy Group. These groups are constituency and diversity groups that are responsible for focusing on the needs of their constituents as they relate to "Learn. Participate. Belong." Submit your information here to join an Advocacy Group