These are just a few of the critical takeaways you’ll discover at the 2018 USA Football National Conference, which returns to Orlando, Florida, from Jan. 26-28, 2018 — as USA Football brings together the best high school coaches administrators, and youth stakeholders from around the nation.
The USA Football National Conference is your opportunity to network and collaborate with elite coaches and administrators, while experiencing in-depth and quality presentations on a wide variety of topics. Over the three-day conference, attendees will learn about:
Tactics: Position-specific discussions, nutrition, strength and conditioning, Xs and Os
Leadership: Program building, developing a staff, managing parents
Inspiration: Current college coaches and NFL greats are expected to headline the event
Under the theme of “Advancing Football Together,” USA Football’s National Conference includes — for the first time — dedicated program tracks for youth coaches, high school coaches and administrators. These tracks will feature topics that will help attendees at all experience levels. The first 17 coaches who have committed to speak at National Conference have won a total of 46 state championships.
USA Football’s National Conference is expected to feature more than 1,000 attendees and 50 of the leading sports vendors in the nation. It will be a three-day football workshop, loaded with Chalk Talks, keynote addresses, formal and informal sessions — and so much more.
For the second straight year, the National Conference will be capped off by the Pro Bowl, and the AFC and NFC coaching staffs are expected to host sessions with the attendees.
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from — and share your thoughts with — the best coaches in the nation!
Learn more about the USA Football National Conference at usafootball.com/nationalconference. Register today and reserve your spot for just $99.
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