Women’s Soccer United and TeamSnap Community Coach Award heads to USA.
WSU’s Community Coach Award Presented by TeamSnap (USA edition).
The WSU Community Coach Award Presented by TeamSnap is focusing on the USA for its next search to award coaches involved in women and girl’s soccer, either at independent clubs or in schools/universities.
After a successful search to award an outstanding coach in the UK & Ireland, Women’s Soccer United and TeamSnap (whose online and mobile apps take sports organization and communication into the 21st century), are turning their attention to the USA to provide those involved in women and girls’ soccer the opportunity for global recognition… and the chance to win an ipad mini.
The competition is searching for communities to nominate coaches who deserve to be awarded and recognised for the work they do for the women’s game.
Our search began in the UK and Ireland where Chris Berry, manager of AFC Boscombe U-11’s, based in Boscombe, Bournemouth, England, was awarded for his outstanding contribution and the positive impact he has had on the club and players – read more about Chris Berry’s win here (http://www.womenssoccerunited.com/chris-berry-wins-community-coach-award/).
Sharing a similar passion, Women’s Soccer United and TeamSnap form the perfect partnership to pursue the goal of providing recognition to the unsung heroes of coaches involved in female soccer.
“We believe that coaches have an amazing impact on kids’ lives,” says Ken McDonald, TeamSnap’s chief growth officer.
“Our motivation is to allow coaches to spend time working with these young athletes, helping them develop lifelong skills through sport, not wasting time with logistics. That’s why the TeamSnap app was created.”
“For our inaugural award in the UK and Ireland, it was truly inspiring to read about the amazing work that individuals do to make it possible for girls to play soccer, I am looking forward to hearing and learning more about the extraordinary coaches in the USA and the work they provide for the benefit and enjoyment of players of every ability,” said Gina West, Founder of Women’s Soccer United.
“We believe coaches deserve to be recognised and awarded for their efforts, which is why, together with TeamSnap, we launched our Community Coach Award. ”
The Community Coach award is designed to help raise awareness of the endless hours that goes into coaching by promoting the great work and achievements of coaches and trainers and sharing them with our global audience.
As well as winning an ipad mini courtesy of TeamSnap, the winning coach will be promoted on the immensely popular WSU website and on social media.
The nominations are now open on www.womenssoccerunited.com and will close on 31 March 2017. The WSU team will review the nominations and select a deserving winner.
If you know of a worthy nominee tell us about it now!
What we are looking for in our winner?
We are looking for an outstanding coach that dedicates their time to building a happy and rewarding environment for women and girls to pursue the game. The winner does not necessarily have to have a superb winning record but focuses on teaching, developing and improving players.
The winning coach will receive an ipad mini courtesy of TeamSnap as well as recognition and promotion on the Women’s Soccer United website and social media.
Who can be nominated?
Any coach of women and girl’s soccer at youth level to senior level that YOU think is worthy of the accolade. They must have at least 1 years experience in their role. A coach can only win this award one time but may be nominated multiple times.
How to nominate
Email us directly with the following details:
– Your full name and contact details.
– Full name of coach.
– Name of the club/team/college, with brief history and achievements.
– Tell us in detail why you have chosen this coach for nomination, what do you think separates your coach from others? How do you think your coach goes above and beyond to benefit the players?
– Include photo(s) attachment of your coach and team.
By entering the nomination process you agree that if your coach is selected as a winner, we can publish your name, photos and reasons for nominating. You agree to send WSU a photo of the winning coach and their prize. WSU may publish a select nominated few; by no means does those published are guaranteed to be the final winner. See full competition terms (below).
Email your nomination to email@example.com include COMMUNITY COACH AWARD NOMINEE as the subject.
Nomination End Date
Nominees must be received before 31 March 2017.
Selecting our winner
The WSU team will review the nominations and select a winner.
Competition terms: Contest is open to US entries only. Contest runs from 12 January 2017 until 31 March 2017. Entries must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org and must include all the details requested in the ‘How to nominate’ section. No responsibility can be accepted for entries lost, delayed or corrupted, or due to computer error in transit. The promoters reserve the right to amend or alter the terms of competitions and reject entries from entrants not entering into the spirit of the competition. Reasonable efforts will be made to contact the winner. If the winner cannot be contacted, or are unable to comply with these terms and conditions, the Promoter reserves the right to offer the prize to the next eligible entrant chosen. Failure to respond and/or provide an address for delivery, or failure to meet the eligibility requirements may result in forfeiture of the prize. 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