“When you look at the mission of the Federation, we are attempting to improve soccer at all levels,” said U.S. Soccer director of coaching education Nico Romeijn. “Our success is not only defined by results of our national teams but also the work and progress that is occurring at the grassroots level. The Spanish F will serve as another opportunity for coaches to begin their education and to ensure our players are participating in a fun, developmentally appropriate environment.”
The two-hour F license is a two-hour online course. It is intended for all parents and coaches of youth players ages of 5-8.
Since the National F License course was launched in February of 2015, U.S. Soccer has issued more than 63,000 F licenses.
Registration for the F license in English or Spanish is found at U.S. Soccer’s Digital Coaching Center.