Why Coach?

Coaching is an awesome and rewarding experience. By being a volunteer coach you have an amazing opportunity to make a lasting impression and give back to our youth. Coaches help develop the players confidence, skills, fitness and a sense of team work.  With your help you can help promote and encourage the highest standard of sportsmanship and fair play which our key objectives of Quad Sports.

The success of youth sports is not just having kids participating every week, but by having parents dedicate a few hours per month teaching their children along with other children the fundamentals of the game, good sportsmanship, winning and losing, and the team concept.

If you’ve ever been a coach, wanted to coach or just want to help out, there is a need for you in youth sports. Our coaches are everyday people that want to teach children the game(s) that they enjoyed watching or playing when they were kids. These parents aren’t professional coaches, but they are parents that love to have fun while teaching others.

Should I coach my child’s team? By coaching your child’s team, you have the opportunity to not only spend more quality time teaching and being a role model to your child, but you’ll have the opportunity to teach other children who may not have sports minded parents.

How much time does it require to coach? Unlike many other youth sports organizations, we only ask that you volunteer two hours per week for seven weeks.

How many kids will I be coaching? Don’t worry, we won’t give you that many. Each team will only have a maximum of ten kids. By keeping that numbers small, we believe that it will give each coach the necessary time to teach the desired skills.

Will I have fun? We have all been excited when we have taught our own children something new. Imagine the look on other kids faces when you teach them how to throw a ball, kick a ball, hit a ball or catch a ball; there’s nothing like seeing a kid smile or get excited when you teach them these skills.

“Winning is not everything, but making the effort to win is.”   – Vince Lombardi