Parent Coaches

Use MOJO Sport to manage your teams and get ideas for practices!

Download MOJO Sport from the app store or from here:

MOJO is free! MOJO creates practices for coaches and allows parents to check in so coaches know who to expect! You can also add pics  and notes for games and practices.

MOJO offers a "Plus" service. You do not have to buy it.

Parent coaches are an essential part of EGSA!

Coaching for EGSA is a rewarding volunteer experience and it does not take much of your time. As a coach, you are a role model for your team's players and will help shape their love of the sport of soccer and of youth sports in general!

Parent coach information per division:


Here are key characteristics that we look for in our coaches:

If you are interested in coaching*, you must register as a coach. Log into our registration system where you signed your kids up and select yourself as coach. The links can be found on our Register page.

The federal government, EGSA, and SoccerRI require a background check, concussion training, and SafeSport certification before you can participate in practices or games with the players. These certifications are online and links can be found in your profile after you register as a coach. You can save your training and come back to it later if you can't get it done at once.

*Travel League coaches are selected by the EGSA Board.

If you are already a recreational or competitive coach, Thank you! for your time and dedication to EGSA's players!  Be sure to check out the links below to some excellent resources for players and teams of all ages and abilities.

Parent Coach Resources

EGSA Recreational Coach Handbook

Contains weekly practice instructions by division. Choose the drills you think your team will enjoy or modify to suit your equipment and team size needs.

Concussion Fact Sheet

Use this fact sheet to reinforce the Heads Up training course throughout the season.

GotSport System Team and Schedule Access

Use the instructions below to view your roster, communicate with player parents, and view game schedules.

Zero-tolerance Policy on Referee Abuse

This policy makes clear that verbal abuse or negative criticism of Youth Game  Officials (referees) is as unacceptable as verbal abuse or negative criticism of players. 

EGSA Recreational Coaches Handbook

GotSport access to teams, messaging, and schedule:

Go to Gotsport. The default view is your dashboard and shows your team.

If you do not see your team, click "Account" then click "Family" and select your player to view the team information and messaging.

Click on "Team Management."

Click the name of your team to view "Rosters" or send "Messages."

Or select "Matches" to view the season schedule.