END OF AN ERA…FOR CRUMB RUBBER – Anthony DiCicco – Medium

We have a new USSF President. A renewed lease on the future of American soccer, where should we start? With the fields.

Source: END OF AN ERA…FOR CRUMB RUBBER – Anthony DiCicco – Medium

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Rob Zimmerman hired as Billings West girls soccer coach

BILLINGS, MT – Rob Zimmerman found himself without any soccer responsibilities this past fall. For a guy who had been active in the sport for the past 20 years or so, it was quite a change for the 1989 Billings West graduate.

“That was hard not to be around it,” Zimmerman said Tuesday after he was hired as the new coach for the Billings West girls program. “This fall it was definitely a void without having any soccer to follow that I was directly in involved with. I’m excited to get back into it.”

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adidas Soccer reveals new Cold Blooded Collection

Portland, Ore., January 25, 2017 – adidas Soccer has today completed the launch of the new Cold Blooded collection after the brand unveiled its updated COPA 18.1 silhouette on Jan. 15. In addition to the new COPA, the Cold Blooded collection features the first new colorway of the re-released Predator 18+, as well as updated colorways of the NEMEZIZ 17+ 360 AGILITY and the X17+ 360 SPEED franchises.

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Interim Tag Dropped, Matt Ball Named Argo Soccer Head Coach

GREAT FALLS, Mont. – After reviewing over 80 applications and interviewing a handful of candidates, the University of Providence athletic department has named a new Head Men’s Soccer Coach, dropping the interim tag from Matt Ball’s title, and naming him as the team’s new head coach. Ball has been the program’s Interim Head Coach since the job became open on December 18.

Source: Interim Tag Dropped, Matt Ball Named Argo Soccer Head Coach

Job Opening: Portland Community College Women’s Soccer Head Coach

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Portland Community College is seeking a Head Coach for the Women’s Soccer Program, based out of the beautiful Rock Creek Campus.  

panther_color-200pxThis part-time position reports to the Director of Athletics and works with campus departments, and athletic commissioners to ensure compliance with all NWAC rules. The program is seeking a coach with a history of winning records, and producing academically successful student athletes.

The part-time position reports to the Director of Athletics and receives a stipend of ($6,000).  This position closes on Friday, February 2, 2018.

View full job description and application information.

Formation of Real Billings FC offers youth players alternative | Montana News

BILLINGS, MT—Recently, Edge Soccer Academy and Magic City Soccer announced a merger to create Billings United Soccer Club. As a result of the merger, players, parents of players, and coaches of area clubs voiced concern about increased fee structure, stressing it may prevent youth from participating in a sport they love. In response to this entry barrier, the formation of Real Billings FC (RBFC) was conceived with the goal of soccer for all.

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Valley Elite Soccer Program Launches | Montana News

A new soccer club in town is making an impact.

HAMILTON, MT—Valley Elite Football Club is offering competitive and academy soccer experiences in the Bitterroot Valley. The Valley Elite F.C. held tryouts for girls and boys ages 12-18 the first week of November and had an overwhelming number of participants. The club will give everyone a chance to play by offering individual evaluations during indoor training sessions.

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Soccer tournaments & new fields boost Missoula’s Economy

It’s not just what’s happening in these new fields, it’s the players, coaches, and fans staying in hotels, eating at restaurants and shopping during their time in Missoula.

“When you look at this over a two-day period. It’s going have an economic impact. About $325,000 over two days,” said Neilan.

Source: Soccer tournaments & new fields boost Missoula’s Economy

Neilan said the investment that went into completing the fields for was money well spent, especially to play host for a state tournament.

 

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