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North Texas Soccer College Career Planning E-Lab
NTSSA is excited to provide our members a proven approach designed to help take the "guess work" out of how the college recruitment process and guide our players each step of the way.
Click on the logo below for more information.

 

Ronaldinho's Letter to My Younger Self | The Players' Tribune  New

Choosing A Club New

A Soccer America Article with things to consider if you are looking to go Competitive

The Ride Home
A Soccer Insider article explains why this s not a teaching moment

The College Process
A Soccer Insider article with tips on the college process for your child

Analyzing Your Child's Team
A Soccer Insider article to help parents analyze their child's team

Sideline Coaching - Dump the GPS and Let the Kids Drive
A Soccer America article about parents coach from the sidelines.

Attitudes Are Contagious, Are Yours Worth Catching
Do you cheer your kids on, or do you jeer at the Referee? Are you praising your child's progress or are you confusing your child by coaching from the side line? Find out what kids think about how parents behave on the sidelines, view the video from the Massachusetts Youth Soccer Association. CLICK HERE

When the "Bad Guys" Win
At a PACT (Parents and Coaches Together) presentation last year, one of the parents asked a very pointed question: "Why do the bad guys always win?"  It was a difficult question, one which kept PACT presenters discussing possible answers for over a year.  To see what they came up with, click the attached link When the "Bad Guys" Win

Nutrition and Performance
There is an important link between nutrition and performance.  Improper diet and/or hydration can seriously affect the performance of any athlete.  This is more critical for young athletes who are growing and burning energy at a more rapid rate than adults.  The child who tires quickly will not only have poorer performance, but have less fun playing sports.  This could lead to your child's lack of interest in playing sports.

For more information on the web about your child's nutrition see the FIFA Nutrition Booklet (also included on the Players page).

Measuring Success in Youth Soccer
Measuring you child's success in soccer by wins and losses or goals scored?  Click on the Tips link below to see other ways to measure their success Tips

DIAL Academy League For Under 7, Under 8, Under 9 and Under 10 teams 

The goal of the Dallas Invitational Academy League (DIAL) is to foster development of youth soccer in North Texas by partnering with and providing to North Texas a competitive venue for creative play. This creative competitive play will extend beyond normal league playoffs to include several additional tournaments each year.

By combining resources between LHSA and LHGCL, DIAL will provide an academy league that will assure its constituency quality play, fields and referees.

You can dual register as an Academy Player AND a Recreational Player for the single registration fee applicable to LHSA recreational league and play in both.

Come register with LHSA and play in a league sanctioned by NTSSA and become eligible for the USYSA sanctioned tournaments offering an Academy Division.

Each player must register individually within their Home Association (LHSA). Teams can register for Dallas Invitational Academy League play through LHSA; call or visit with our Registrar, Tony Fenimore.

 For more details and registration forms for players, coaches and teams, go to www.DIALsoccer.org .