Partner with your player's coach and get involved. Help your player's team have the ultimate soccer experience.
Over the years we have learned, good parents make good teams. Volunteer as an assistant coach or team parent.
As a volunteer, you will help provide guidance to the youth of our community
Increased Dexterity & Skill sets
Improve foot-eye coordination and footwork through practice drills.
Better Ball Handling
Every coaching session includes ball handling fundamentals.
Improved Flexibility & Range of Motion
Stretching is a critical part of any athletic routine.
Correct Footwork Application
We'll help your player apply proper footwork to his/her game.
Improved Decision Making Abilities
Brain teasers and strategy are a part of any game, including soccer.
SAY National requires every adult who is present on the coach’s sideline (even for a single game) to view the concussion video and complete the follow-on review test.
The concussion policy, instructional video, and review test are available at saysoccer.org. Click on “referee.”
Upon completing the concussion review test, coaches will immediately receive an electronic copy of their coaching certificate certifying course completion. Coaches are responsible to forward a copy of their certificate to Norwood Soccer for retention. Send to: Bsloannorwoodsoccer@gmail.com
Coaches should retain a copy in their team binder to show course completion on any given game day.
Concussion certificates must be submitted to Norwood Soccer as soon as possible before the season start. Coaches in violation of this rule will be suspended from coaching duties until they come into compliance.
Lindsay’s Law: Sudden Cardiac Arrest in Youth Athletes.
What is Sudden Cardiac Arrest?
A Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) occurs when the heart suddenly and unexpectedly stops beating, cutting off blood flow to the brain and other vital organs. Sudden cardiac arrest is fatal if not treated immediately, most often by a defibrillator.
Requirements for parents/guardians and youth athletes. Please use the following resource links:
Parents and players are required to watch the video, read the handout and sign the signature form. Turn in the signed form to your coach before the start of the season.
Your player will not be able to participate in games if not turned in before the start of the season.
Requirements for coaches:
If you are a coach in a community program, please use the following resource links:
More info: Ohio Department of Health
Norwood Soccer Association
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Practices start in late March.
Games begin in early April and run through May.
Practices start late August.
Games begin in early September and run through October.
Say teams practice two nights per week.
Practice days and times are set by your coach.
Practice locations are in Norwood at one of our fields. Go to our Fields Page for more information.
Players are required to wear shin guards and bring water to each practice.
Supper Starter, Size 3
Passer, Size 3
Wings, Size 4
Striker, Size 4
Kickers, Size 5
Soccer shoes without toe cleats are optional but recommended.
Say teams play on Saturday & Sundays
The league will post schedules and game field assignments. Say Fields are in the Cincinnati area including Norwood.
Super Starter teams play weeknights at Lower Millcrest in Norwood.