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Workshop to be held with NSCAA Convention
February 20th, 2012 10PM
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[U.S. YOUTH SOCCER] U.S. Youth Soccer will hold its annual Workshop in conjunction with the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Convention, beginning with the NSCAA Convention in January 2013.

“To create the best, largest and most impactful opportunity for both of our respective members is our first priority,” said U.S. Youth Soccer president John Sutter.  “The benefits of exposing a larger pool of coaches and administrators to our combined efforts, our shared missions and philosophies to our members, and to create the largest celebration of our sport is exciting to both U.S. Youth Soccer and NSCAA.”
 
U.S. Youth Soccer's Workshop has traditionally been targeted to soccer administrators. The NSCAA's members are coaches.
 
The next NSCAA Convention will be held at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis January 16-20, 2013.



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