In addition to head and assistant coach volunteers, each team should have a team manager to assist with administrative tasks, fee collection, end of season celebrations, team pictures, tournaments, and various other responsibilities. A team manager role is perfect for the parent who wants to be actively involved with their child’s team in a capacity other than coaching. A manager is essentially the one responsible for operational aspects of a soccer team and serves as the communication pipeline between coaches, parents, and the league. If you are a new team manager or think you may be interested in managing in the future, look for information on scheduled team manager workshops at the beginning of each season. Attending one of these workshops does NOT commit you to managing a team, but these informative sessions will give you more details about what to expect regarding the manager’s role over the course of each season. Please feel free to review the Team Manager Handbook appropriate for your team’s level of play by selecting one of the links below or you may contact the MYSA Director of Managers listed above.
For the security and safety of all children in our league, all adult volunteers including team managers must complete a Risk Management Profile and submit it to the North Carolina Youth Soccer Association (NCYSA). All volunteers will have complete criminal background checks run and must pass this background check in order to hold any position with a team.
If you are interested in managing a soccer team – contact your team’s head coach.