21 Days of Positivity

Sign Up To Be Part Of 2020's 21 Days Of Positivity

The FA Respect 21 Days of Positivity is back for 2019/20 season.

Last year we launched 21 Days of Positivity with the aim of sharing positive hints, tips and challenges with youth coaches across the country. Almost 4,000 coaches took part & this year we have even more positive practices to share that will put the We Only Do Positive mantra into practice.

Sign up to receive 21 Days of Positivity through six emails covering training and matchdays. All content is created by our coaching experts in The FA Education team. Every coach that completes the 21 days will receive one hour towards their Continued Professional Development and be in with a chance to win a Respect pack (T&Cs apply).

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Why 21 Days?

21 days is the time it takes to form a habit & the ideal amount of time to understand you, your club and begin to find the best methods to use for your coaching style.

For three weeks from the 20th January, there will be a mixture of information, hints, tips and suggested actions to take to strengthen your relationship within your teams and help create a long-lasting positive environment for them to continue to enjoy the game for many years to come.

This is also perfect opportunity to get parents more involved in the game, teaching them how to adapt their behaviour and help create a more positive environment on the touch line for their children.

We want everyone to get back the core reason we all play, coach and watch football - the love of the game. If this is something you feel as passionately about as we do, then sign up to take part today!

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What did last year’s coaches learn?

The response from coaches about the difference the tips made to them has been brilliant. Here are a few things they said:

“I have found this has reinforced my desire to make coaching fun and reduce the pressure and stress for both me and the players.”

“We now celebrate players and their achievements. Our players aren’t influenced by score lines.”

“We get parents to play a bigger part in creating a positive environment. They’ve enjoyed being included within the sessions and it really helps the team.”“I’m now more aware about giving players space to think and play without me stepping in too much.”

“I have reconnected with my love of the game and am focused less on winning now.”

"After 21 days, getting the parents away from the attitude of let’s thrash them to let’s play good football.”

On top of that every coach that completes the full 21 days will receive one hour towards their Continued Professional Development and be entered into a draw to win a Respect pack that includes a host of physical respect branded assets for parents and coaches (full list in our T&Cs).

Registration is open 13 December 2019 - 17 Jan 2020. So if this is something you feel as passionately about as we do then be sure to sign up now!

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