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FAQ - Coaches & Leadership Members

FAQ's - Coaches & Leadership Members

Q: Who can be a coach?
A: Anyone with the ability to put in the time commitment. Some experience playing or coaching football is desirable, but coaches must have a positive attitude and ability to make football fun for all ages.

Q: How can I become a coach?
A: Contact
Director of Coaching Operations if you are interested in becoming a coach at any level for the Dawgs. All coaches are required to undergo a background check and become certified under USA Football Youth Tackle Football. Both processes will be covered under annual coaches meetings. All coaches will also be required to help out with equipment fittings and equipment handout prior to the start of the season.

Q: Why are there so many coaches for each team? My son's soccer team only has two.
A: Football is a very technical sport. Players have to be taught both offensive and defensive skills and positions. Many coaching staffs are made up of a head coach and "experts" in each of the different disciplines. Additionally, because football is a contact sport, the additional coaching staff increases the safety factor at practice while players are learning new skills.

Q: Can I become a member of the Leadership Committee?
A: If you are interested please contact a member of the
Dawgs Leadership Committee.