National Soccer Coaching Seminar

Soccer Coaching Seminar


2017 NSCS Press Release

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2017 NSCS date is now set! See you March 11th!

2017 NSCS Registration is now live.

Join us for the 2017 National Soccer Coaching Seminar presented by the University of Notre Dame

2017 National Coaching Seminar presented by the
University of Notre Dame on March 11th

Notre Dame head soccer coaches Bobby Clark and Theresa Romagnolo invite you to the campus of Notre Dame for for the 2017 National Soccer Coaching Seminar.

The one-day event, held in Notre Dame’s indoor facility, will feature both the men’s and women’s Notre Dame soccer coaching staffs. Field sessions demonstrated by Notre Dame players coupled with a lecture series on today’s hottest topics make this an event you cannot miss. There will also be an afternoon lunch with members of the Notre Dame soccer teams, with the price of this lunch included in the seminar fee. Register today and join us for another year of learning, new ideas and top-notch coaching.

For more information, call the Notre Dame soccer office at 574-631-5870.

Past Clinicians

Eddie LewisFormer US Men’s National Team Player

Tommy WilsonPhiladelphia Union Academy Director

Bob GanslerHall of Fame, Former US Men’s National Team Head Coach & Former Kansas City Wizards Head Coach

Steve SwansonUS Women’s National Team U23 Head Coach & University of Virginia Women’s Head Coach

Craig BrownFormer Scotland National Team Head Coach

Randy WaldrumFormer National Team U23 Head Coach, Former University of Notre Dame Women’s Head Coach, NWSL Houston Dash Head Coach, Trinidad and Tobago Women’s National Team Head Coach

Brian McClairManchester United Reserve Coach

Tommy WilsonFormer U19 Scottish National Team Head Coach

Len TaylorHead of Youth and Community Development for Aberdeen Football Club

Bill BeswickFormer Manchester United & England FA Psychologist

John IrelandFormer Sports Conditioning and Performance Specialist for Derby County FC, LA Galaxy & Colorado Rapids