Good Sportsmanship Weekend Program

Coaching Coaches has designed an extraordinarily effective program to address Good Sportsmanship regardless of your role in youth sports or youth activities:  player/participant, coach/leader, parent, or organization.

Faith-Based Good Sportsmanship Weekend

With a clear focus on Christianity, this weekend long program addresses the ever increasing concern about parent and fan sideline behavior. This single issue continues to gain national attention as parents and fans display unacceptable behavior toward officials, coaches, and in some cases, players.  Coaching Coaches Good Sportsmanship Weekend package is designed to help any organization directly address this issue. Depending on your specific needs, Coaching Coaches offers a variety of options for implementing this program: We can provide you with a pre-packaged kit designed to help you manage the program on your own, this kit includes all the necessary information to successfully conduct a Good Sportsmanship Weekend; we can facilitate the entire program for you at your facility; or, we can design a unique weekend program just for your organization.

Non-Faith Based Good Sportsmanship Weekend

This style offers all of the same great benefits as listed above, but without the focus on Christianity.

 

Testimonial

From CYO Director, Archdiocese of New York "Your years of experience and compassion for the needs of all involved in youth sports were obvious. It’s clear that you believe passionately in what you are doing for the young people involved in sports programs and their families. It’s refreshing and especially needed. Keep up the great work!” 

Bill believes that more than 90% of our organizations are reluctant to require their coaches, especially volunteer coaches, to be trained. They are afraid that they will lose coaches and leaders. Bill believes that if a coach or leader resists mandatory training, you don’t want them working with your kids! Take a stand, educate your coaches and leaders, and vastly improve your organization.