LA84-Sponsored Coaching Clinics

THE LA84 FOUNDATION IN PARTNERSHIP WITH CAL SOUTH
CONTINUE TO EXPAND COACHING EDUCATION IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

Thanks to a generous Coaching Education Partnership with the LA84 Foundation, Cal South is thrilled to offer numerous Specialty Clinics and US Soccer National "E" and "D" coaching courses subsidized by the LA84 Foundation.

For an overview of the Cal South Coaching Education Program or to see full license descriptions, please click here.

LA84 GRANT FOR FEMALE COACHES

Cal South and the LA84 Foundation are proud to announce a new Grant Program that will benefit 100 current and upcoming female soccer coaches throughout the Southern California region. Cal South will host a three-day event, December 8-10, in Orange County to educate coaches interested in participating.

...
"D" COURSES

The "D" License is strongly recommended for all competitive coaches of players 15 years old and up. This 36-hour course is the most comprehensive course offered and is preparatory for national licensing. The "D" course can only be taken by coaches who have a USSF/Cal South "E" level license. Completion of pre-course assignments is MANDATORY. For more information on pre-course assignments, visit the "D" License course page.

...

"E" COURSES
The "E" License is an entry level course which is mandatory for all competitive level coaches. 18 hour pass/fail course with mix of field and classroom instruction.

   
SPECIALTY CLINICS
Specialty clinics with instruction and focus in areas of special interest.
 
International Specialty Course
Mount San Antonio College
1100 North Grand Avenue
Walnut, CA 91789

About the LA84 Foundation:

As a legacy of the 1984 Olympic Games, the LA84 Foundation continues to be a nationally recognized leader in support of youth sport programs and elevating the importance of sports in positive youth development. LA84 seeks to provide an opportunity for every child to participate in sports and experience the wide range of positive outcomes associated with youth sport participation. Since its launch in 1985, LA84 has invested millions in the communities that supported the Games, reaching more than 3 million youth throughout Southern California, from Santa Barbara to San Diego County. The LA84 Foundation continues to promote the spirit of the 1984 Olympic Games by convening and engaging local, national and international audiences about the role of sport in society, and the impact of the Olympic Games on host cities, especially as we look ahead to the 2024 Games. LA84’s headquarters is located in the historic Britt House near downtown Los Angeles, where it houses meeting facilities and the world’s premier sports library. For more information, please visit www.la84.org