The Best Youth Soccer Twitter Follows
There are plenty of resources online when it comes to youth soccer, so we're giving you another by listing the best youth soccer Twitter accounts.
These accounts are absolute must-follows, whether they be aimed at coaches, players, or parents. You will find a tremendous amount of value from these follows, and you can get instant updates and information from some of the best minds/websites in the world of soccer.
We will continue to update this article every week with new accounts that will help expand your soccer wisdom.
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Week of camp and I get this from a 12 year old in my group. Its so worthwhile when you know you made a difference pic.twitter.com/yL7duVagaC— Wayne Harrison (@WayneHarrison9) July 31, 2015
Wayne is the founder of SoccerAwareness.com, and has written numerous best-selling soccer books.
Missing happens...just carry on. Giving the ball away happens...just carry on. Continued actions destroys poor and past thinking— Daniel Abrahams (@DanAbrahams77) August 11, 2015
If you are looking for constant gems on the mental side of soccer, it doesn't get any better than Dan's tweets. He is a sports psychologist, and has written books like "Soccer Tough" and "Soccer Brain."
How to be a great teammate: Be more concerned with what you can do for your team than what your team can do for you.— Gary Curneen (@GaryCurneen) August 9, 2015
Gary is the head women's coach at California State University Bakersfield, and his account is full of wisdom for coaches and players alike.
The main reason to follow Dan is because he drops some great knowledge and gives updates on his outstanding soccer books (we have seven of them in our Top 14).
The Positive Coaching Alliance extends beyond the world of soccer, however, there are so many excellent tips in here that can be applied to coaching youth soccer. A must-follow for serious coaches.
Don't get angry at your players on game day for mistakes that are developed in training. Set high standards for all involved. Every day.— The Coaching Journey (@thecoachjourney) August 8, 2015
A fairly new account, but it's already putting out a lot of great information for coaches that are looking to take their team to the next level.
Let's put the EGOS aside and focus on PLAYER DEVELOPMENT. http://t.co/OyFASXjPFa— Soccer Parenting (@SoccerParenting) May 21, 2015
Skye Eddy Bruce has a fantastic website for soccer parents, and you'll want to be following her account to keep up to date with her latest articles.
You knew we had to include this at some point, right? We've increased our Twitter presence by creating a new youth soccer only account. You won't want to miss anything, so be sure to give it a follow.