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Thank you for volunteering to coach a team with Idaho Inferno Soccer Club. Your time and efforts are vital to the success of the club. Here is a list of responsibilities and reminders to help you have a terrific season.

1. Once you receive your team roster, you will need to contact each player, introduce yourself, and provide information on the practice and game schedule.

2. Games will be played in the rain. Please remember that coaches are not to cancel games themselves, even in inclement weather. If a game is canceled, the Registrar and/or Board Members will contact (usually by e-mail) each coach.

3. If you have any questions about your responsibilities, please contact our board:

Click on the Policies below for information:Brothers Park Grass Policy

COSC Uniform Policy U6 Rules
Club Commitment Information U8 Rules
Team Fundraising Policy U10 Rules
U6-U10 Coach Rules & Regulations ISL Recreation Division Rules (U12-U16)
Reglas & Orientacion para Entrenadores de COSC ISL-Southern League Rules-Competitive

Curriculum for Idaho Inferno Soccer Club

U6 Curriculum

U8 Curriculum

U10 Curriculum

U12 Curriculum

U13-U16 Curriculum


  1. Bring your Coach’s Binder with all player medical releases to every practice and game. Print a Medical Release Form here.
  2. Have all your players bring a water bottle to each practice and game.
  3. Set a consistent and age-appropriate practice schedule. START on time and END on time.
  4. Clean up fields before and after practices and games. Have your players help!
  5. Make sure parents have a way to contact you.
  6. Stay in close contact with your parents. Make sure they know of any changes to the game schedule or your practice schedule.
  7. Practice the skills needed to develop well rounded players. Use the curriculum in your binder!
  8. Have a plan for each practice and keep your players active and focused. Discipline in practice translates into discipline during games.
  9. Limit scrimmaging to 1/3 of your total practice time.
  10. Encourage good sportsmanship! We insist upon it!
  11. Foster teamwork.
  12. Have FUN! It’s contagious! Spread the fun to all!

Coaching Tools:Get Educated

Download the US Youth Soccer Coaching Manual

NSCAA Coaching Education Resources

Soccer Classroom – U6/U8/U10/U12

United States Youth Soccer

Say Soccer – Youth Printable Drills


Soccer Coaching Practice Plans

SoccerXpert-U6 & U8 Drills and Games

SoccerXpert-U10 & U12 Drills and Games

Free Youth Soccer Drills–All Age Groups