Introducing the SFYS Coaching Education Symposium series, in partnership with the Positive Coaching Alliance

​7v7 Coaching Symposium 

In preparation for Fall 2018


August 24th and 25th, 2018

SFYS is VERY excited to announce our first ever Coaches Symposium. It will be in partnership with the Positive Coaching Alliance in the classroom and with local, professional coaches on the field to help provide further training in the 7v7 game.

1 - In the SFYS Office:
SFYS will provide training, in partnership with the Positive Coaching Alliance. The session will be about the Double-Goal Coach - Coaching for winning and for life lessons.

2 - On the field:
There will be multiple coaches leading different 7v7 specific practices, that are relevant to your team, to you, and to your players development.

The field training will build on your 7v7 class and provide further insight and training ideas to connect with your team and give them the best opportunity for success and enjoyment possible.

Interested coaches have two options for classroom education and one for the field training:

Option 1

Friday, 6-8PM, SFYS office.

Saturday 1-3pm, field training.

Option 2
Saturday, 10-12PM, SFYS office.
Saturday 1-3pm, field training.


  • Registration is free, but space is limited. Not showing up will cost you $100.
  • Registration is open to all 7v7 teams in Rec and Upper House Comp.
  • Registration is strictly for those coaches until 7-1. Then it will be open to all other coaches.

Register here!

​​Other Symposium Opportunities are TBD.

We asked you to get the appropriate Grassroots Coaching level certification for your age group, and you did that - THANK YOU! Now we're inviting you out to our Coaching Education Symposium series.

This is an opportunity to continue your education, get in touch with other coaches, and learn more. Training will be both in the class and on the field with specific classes appropriate to your team and age group of coaching.

Below you will see options we have, and more will always be added. Questions should be directed to