Team managers are vital to a successful season. Without volunteers to fill this role teams don’t function as efficiently as we need them to. Our goal is to provide you the support you need to make the managers role easy to do so you can support you coach and team when and where they need you the most. NRFA has provided a list below of items that are handled by the team manager. We would like to make sure that all team managers understand what is expected, prior to making the commitment to be a team manager for the next soccer year. This list is not all inclusive, and some items may vary depending on your level of play and division, but this list is a good overview of what is required.
Your role as team manager is instrumental to the success of your team and the club. Annual Risk Management and Safe Sport Training is required for Team Managers, as well as all adults volunteering to support the athletes in our organization.
Classic Team Managers are responsible for scheduling matches. You will work with your NRFA Coach and the opposing clubs during July and December. Detailed instructions will be provided at that time.
Team Manager assist coaches in communcating game and training changes and cancellations. Managers support their teams by booking hotel blocks, planning team events and being a communication bridge with the Coaches and Staff
After reviewing the list of requirements below and you feel that you would like to volunteer for this position on your team, please contact your coach and the NRFA Administrator as soon as possible at email@example.com
- NRFA Home Game Request Form
- NRFA Home Match Reschedule Form
- NRFA Game Cancellation
- Request to Change Jersey Number
- Request to Dual Card
- Tournament Roster Guest Player Request
- Classic Resources and Documents
- Academy Resources and Documents
- Handbooks & Manuals
- Electronic Passes
Classic & Academy ~ Your Club Contacts
Please contact us with any questions you may have. We are here to help.