This area is for MSP Coaches and Assistant Coaches.

CLICK HERE to volunteer as a coach for the Fall 2019 season. We are excited to use new software provided by Dick’s TSHQ powered by Blue Sombrero. Here’s a helpful “walk-thru” guide to create your account.

Fall 2019 Pre-Season Coach Meetings:

All coaches (head and assistant) are encouraged to attend a pre-season meeting.

Dates and time are still to be confirmed.

Coaches should attend dressed to participate in the on-field clinics – wear athletic clothing, and note-taking materials (notepad, pencil, etc.)

Coaching Education Resource Center – Loudoun Soccer provides a wealth of coaching education information to its coaches, including team management documents, sample practice activities, and other helpful details.  CLICK HERE to visit the Coaching Education Resource Center.

Coach Log-In: coaches can view their team information within the same user account used to enroll their child. Once logged in, click Volunteer, then your Team Page link. CLICK HERE to log in.

Dick’s Team Manager – Download and use the App: Coaches can utilize the free Dick’s Team Manager app to manage schedules, player availability, and other detail through their mobile phone.

Those who wish to use the app should wait till at least till March 25 before importing their schedule and roster from their Blue Sombrero team page, in the event any changes occur. Schedules can be reimported, but roster adjustments will need to be made manually.

CLICK HERE for a full list of helpful articles on the app.

Here’s an article on importing your roster – wait till the 25th to do so. Coaches will need to manually add or remove players from the app if their roster changes after it’s imported.

Here’s an article on re-importing your schedule if needed.

Kindergarten Practice Schedules: once-per-week weeknight schedule information will be posted here later in August. Teams are assigned practice space in their town of play:

  • Ashburn
  • Brambleton
  • Leesburg
  • Purcellville
  • South Riding
  • Sterling

Click Here to view your team’s practice schedule (PDF) – coming soon!

Coaches with highlighted information – please contact Jamie Rawson at to update your practice request.

If you have issues with your assigned time, please contact Jamie Rawson at

Medical Release Form – print out the medical release form (click here) to have each family complete information regarding their child. Keep this document with you for each session in the event an emergency occurs.

Medals/End of Season Awards – The medals will be given to Age Group Coordinators. The AGC’s will contact coaches. Coaches only may get them or request their Asst Coach to get them. As a coach, you decide when you would like to distribute them – at a party, during the 6th session or wait until the last session. It’s up to you.

Here’s are some tips:

1) survey your parents to see who is going to attend the last session. If there are going to be players missing and you are going to distribute them with pomp & circumstance, you may want to do it at the 6th session;

2) if you are not going to attend the last session, you should do it at the 6th session;

3) if you have players whose parents have been motivating them by telling them they will get a medal (trophy) if they play, you may want to wait until the 7th session;

4) hide the medals from the players until you hand them out;

5) wait until the end of the session to hand them out;

6) please be careful if you demonstrate how they can put the ribbon on their finger and twirl the medal in the air.

Snacks – Work with your parents to organize a snack schedule at the beginning of the season. Have each family sign up to bring a healthy snack or drink to at least one of the 7 sessions. Please make sure to take into account all possible allergies and dietary constraints of players AND family members when purchasing. Have a discussion or start an email chain with all families so that everyone is aware. Don’t forget to clean up afterwards! 

MSP Director – Please contact Daryn Patricio at, 703-777-9977 ext.112. We appreciate feedback so if you see errors or have comments/ complaints/ compliments/ suggestions please let us know. The coaches, assistant coaches, parents and trainers have worked together to develop the best soccer program available to families in Loudoun county and only you can help us continue to meet and exceed that commitment.