CoachDeck in North America

Did you know folks are using CoachDeck in all fifty states and every province in Canada? Here is a partial list of who is using CoachDeck. We have become the most trusted resource for volunteer coaches in North America, and we’d like to thank you!

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What better investment?

Youth leagues with motivated, capable coaches have more dynamic and fun practices. Kids who participate in more exciting practices are more likely to want to come back and play every year, and tell their friends how great the experience is. That’s why so many leagues have chosen to provide their coaches with our CoachDeck, a handy and user-friendly deck of cards with 52 good, fundamental drills broken into four color-coded categories designed so that volunteer youth coaches can run terrific practices, “on the fly” even if they have no prior coaching experience.

Why do more kids and coaches come back?

Leagues using CoachDeck tell us that not only do more coaches volunteer to return season after season because they felt like they did a more capable job of running practices, but because children better-enjoyed those fun and productive practices, more of them wanted  to come back and play again the next year. If you’re interested in creating the healthiest and most dynamic league experience possible for your coaches and players, CoachDeck can help!

Key to Coaches’ Meetings

Have a coaches meeting coming up soon for your league? There’s one thing we can recommend to really make it a success…hand out CoachDecks! Nothing brings more excitement than giving every volunteer their own deck of 52 good, fundamental drills that can be made into fun games their players will love. Contact us at customerservice@coachdeck.com for league discount pricing and ordering information!

What did you do last practice?

Did you show up with a good plan and implement it? Or did you not have time and had to wing it? We aren’t judging. We know how hard it is to work a full-time job and still find time to prepare for practice. That’s why we created CoachDeck. A deck of cards with 52 good, fundamental drills for soccer, basketball, baseball, softball or football. Simply pull a few cards out of the deck, or let the kids choose them, and you’re ready to go. Instant practice plan, millions of combinations. Never boring, always fun. Become a great coach with a little help in your back pocket.

We need coaches!!!

That’s the plea we hear from volunteer-run youth sports leagues every day. But did you know that leagues using CoachDeck have a much easier time attracting and retaining their volunteer coaches? The reason is simple. When volunteers feel like they did  a better job they’re more likely to step up and do it again. If you throw a new coach out there without a CoachDeck they often feel embarrassed and lost. Not the kind of feeling they want to repeat. But give them the shot in the arm of confidence our deck provides and watch them run fun and dynamic practices. Before long they’ve got the hang of it and want to do it again!

Will your league invest in coach training?

We know budgets are tight in non-profit, youth sports organizations. But we also know that training your volunteer coaches is an important, shall we say necessary responsibility of every youth baseball, softball, soccer, football and basketball league. Yet asking coaches to visit websites and watch videos and download practice plans just doesn’t work. They’re too busy and they need something they can use “on the fly” when they show up at practice straight from work. That’s where CoachDeck comes in. Our handy deck of 52 cards broken into four color-coded categories each containing a great drill that can be made into a fun game makes it easy to run a tremendous and enjoyable practice. And that’s what volunteer coaches want – easy. Or customers tell us that the better practices their coaches are now running lead to more kids coming back to play and more coaches volunteering to help out again. And isn’t that the sign of a healthy league? And isn’t striving for that health the number one priority of the organization’s leadership?