The Rock Soccer Club employs coaches and officials who are certified and invested in teaching children in a supportive, skill-based environment.
The club strongly encourages parents and others who have a desire to coach or have coached before to become a certified coach.
The Club reimburses those who complete their WYSA coach certification, which is offered at various levels.
Assistant Coaching is volunteer-based and offers a great introduction to coaching with no licensing required.
Recognizing that the proper training of younger players is critical, RSC has created the position of Skills Coaching Director to ensure that there is appropriate and adequate coaching staff to support our In- House Program.
The Club President currently acts as the coordinator for our Competitive Teams.
As a member of MAYSA, the Club follows the recommended development guidelines as set forth in MAYSA Age Group Curriculum.
Coaching License Program
All Coaches will have their license verified at games. Please take an opportunity to get your license this summer. Here is the schedule and overview. RSC will reimburse you for the course. The best option is to get your E license but at a basic the Youth 2 Course.
Recently, US Soccer has introduced a on on-line set of coach training videos. Currently the “F License” is available at the following link. https://dcc.ussoccer.com/courses/home/. Like other license requirements, Rock Soccer will reimburse coaches for participating in this training and it is a prerequisite for the E license.
Rock Soccer Club Skills Videos
Click here to view a playlist of 18 critical soccer skills. These demonstration videos cover basic foot skills that all players should master to become competitive soccer players. Demonstrating in the video is one of Janesville’s finest soccer products–Nicole Strieker. Nicole is a former Rock Soccer player and a 4-year starter for Parker HS and at UW-Oshkosh.
Other Coaching Resource Sites
- MAYSA Coaching Resources
- Wisconsin Youth Soccer Coaching Resources
Coaching Director – Competitive Program