Tennessee Soccer Club Becomes NSCAA's 75th Member Club
The National Soccer Coaches Association of America announced on Thursday that Tennessee Soccer Club (TSC) as an NSCAA Member Club, joining Platinum Level and becoming the program’s 75th member.
“We are thrilled to announce Tennessee Soccer Club as the 75th participant in our Member Club Program,” NSCAA CEO Joe Cummings said. “This relationship will allow both our organizations to continue growing, and we look forward to the mutual benefits it will provide to both organizations.”
By signing up their entire coaching staff for individual membership all Tennessee SC coaches will have access to the Online Resource Library, the Soccer Journal and other exclusive NSCAA benefits. In addition to individual benefits for their coaches, Tennessee Soccer Club will also receive complimentary 2015 Convention registrations, access to NSCAA coaching education diplomas, Academy Soccer Coach club branded templates among other exclusive benefits.
“There is a tremendous value anytime a club can provide additional resources that directly benefit their coaching staff and players,” Tennessee SC executive director Kevin Burk said. “The benefits of being an NSCAA Member Club have a direct impact on the quality of coaching instruction on the field. We are extremely pleased to provide these benefits to our coaches and staff, as we take our relationship with the NSCAA to new heights.”
For more information on the NSCAA’s Member Club Program, visit NSCAA.com/memberclub.
About Tennessee Soccer Club
The Tennessee Soccer Club was founded by the merger of Tennessee Futbol Club (founded in 1999) and Brentwood Soccer Club (founded in 1985) and became an official club in June 2012.
Tennessee Soccer Club administers a select soccer program which provides a format for the youth player wishing to receive advanced soccer training and competition. Through participation in the Tennessee Soccer Club, players will be given the opportunity to improve their individual and team soccer skills, compete against other skilled players, are eligible for the state, regional, and national Olympic Development Programs (ODP), and improve their chances of playing for their middle school, high school, and college soccer teams. For more information please visit www.tennesseesoccerclub.org .
About the NSCAA
Founded in 1941 and based in Kansas City, Kan., the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) is a non-profit organization with a mission to educate coaches, encourage excellence and serve the soccer community.
The NSCAA is the world’s largest soccer coaches’ organization with members at every level of the game. The membership is primarily made up of coaches, but also includes administrators, referees and others in the soccer industry. The NSCAA provides its members ways to enhance the game of soccer by providing a national education program, interaction and networking opportunities, and membership benefits.
For more information about the National Soccer Coaches Association of America, visit NSCAA.com.