TWIN CITIES SOCCER LEAGUES AND THE SOCCER PARENTING ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCE PARTNERSHIP PROVIDING SUPPORT AND EDUCATION TO YOUTH SOCCER PARENTS VIA THE SOCCERPARENTRESOURCECENTER.COM
Minneapolis, Minn. – Twin Cities Soccer Leagues and the Soccer Parenting Association today announce a partnership agreement by which all clubs associated with Twin Cities Soccer Leagues will now receive free access to the educational content on the SoccerParentResourceCenter.com platform, by which clubs may use as an educational tool to engage parents about important topics.
The Soccer Parent Resource Center seeks to improve and enhance the experience for youth soccer players by engaging and supporting the players’ parents on topics related to the Body, Mind, Coach, Parent, Next Level, and the Game as well as providing coach education related to establishing positive relationships with players and parents.
Twin Cities Soccer Leagues, founded in 2017, serves 30 Twin Cities Clubs, over 1,000 teams, and in excess of 20,000 players. It is the Twin Cities Soccer Leagues’ mission to provide the highest quality soccer league experience in Minnesota.
Providing a positive youth sporting experience where all children feel inspired, develop important life skills, and establish healthy habits they will take with them for life must be a top priority for all youth sport organizations.
“The investment Twin Cities Soccer Leagues is making towards positively affecting the lives of the players and families associated with TCSL is commendable. We are proud to work with TCSL and are encouraged by their commitment to make a positive impact in their community through sport,” said Skye Eddy Bruce, Founder of the Soccer Parenting Association.
Through this partnership, the Soccer Parenting Association will take an active role in providing support to member clubs, actively aiding in the development of parent-centric curriculum for use within their club frameworks. Through a series of webinars, and an onsite Twin Cities visit in April, the Soccer Parenting Association will play a vital role in engaging clubs, parents and coaches in conversation around important topics.
“TCSL is proud to announce this partnership with The Soccer Parenting Association,” said Matt Tiano, CEO of Twin Cities Soccer Leagues. “Improving the soccer environment locally is an absolute goal of ours, and this partnership will provide significant value to clubs and their members as a means to that goal.”
TCSL is committed to helping clubs drive parent engagement within their club. With that in mind, we have secured membership and access on behalf of all TCSL clubs to the Soccer Parent Resource Center.
The Soccer Parent Resource Center offers curriculum and content to be used at clubs’ disposal, such as webinars, articles and interviews with tips and advice, guidance and support, and an engaging Community forum to help parents navigate the world of youth soccer.
We are proud to be the first ever league member of the Soccer Parenting Association. We believe youth soccer parents will be difference makers when it comes to improving the game and we believe a more collaborative environment between coach, parent, club and player is in the best interest of player development.
The mission of the Soccer Parenting Association is to Inspire Players by Empowering Parents and we hope you dive in to the content and community at the SoccerParentResourceCenter.com!
Clubs have access to unlimited content and access to the Soccer Parent Resource Center. TCSL club directors have been provided with access to this tremendous learning and engagement tool for their membership.
Skye is the founder of the Soccer Parenting Association – a trusted resource for supporting and educating youth soccer parents.
SoccerParenting.com aims to inspire players by empowering parents. The Soccer Parent Resource Center is a one of a kind education platform for youth soccer parents.
A former professional player, Skye was a collegiate and youth All-American goalkeeper, Defensive MVP of the Final Four (1993) and State Champion track athlete. For the past 20 years, Skye has coached extensively in the youth and collegiate games. A MBA graduate of the University of Richmond, Skye has earned her USSF “B” License, the National Goalkeeper License and is a Coach Educator for United Soccer Coaches.a