Archive for the 'Soccer Blog' Category
Drop dead dates. It’s a recurring call, so I thought I’d address it. No matter the time of year, we receive calls like this, “If my soccer team’s first game is September 9th, what is the drop dead date that I have to order my soccer uniforms?” We totally get […]
When I started TotallySoccer.com, I aimed to solve the headaches buyers faced and strove to achieve a simple, guiding principle:
Totally Soccer makes buying soccer gear easier, cheaper and faster for our buyers.
For the last ten years online, I believe we’ve achieved that promise. But, while having a business conversation with a friend at a dinner party, he asked a simple question about our business: “Are you still easier, cheaper and faster?”
By: Jerry Macnamara on January 20th, 2012 | Tags: coaching soccer
, life lessons
, soccer parents
, team leadership
Chad Killebrew from the-dispatch.com pens a magnificent reflection about his son and a soccer coach who played an influential role in his son’s life. The story is below, but sometimes, as volunteer soccer coaches, we remain in anonymous and thankless roles. We’re the ones who “make the sport go” and yet […]
By: Jerry Macnamara on January 17th, 2012 | Tags: custom soccer jerseys
, recreate artwork
Customers sometimes have a real vision of their logo that they want printed to customize their soccer jerseys. Cadet Aubrey Boswell from the United States Military Academy had such a vision. Unfortunately, sometimes that logo isn’t in a camera ready format for us to generate a great quality print. Aubrey and […]
By: Jerry Macnamara on September 15th, 2011 | Tags: buying soccer uniforms
At TotallySoccer, we consider ourselves super lucky people. Our job is to help create fun for soccer teams. As a company, our goal is to be easier, cheaper and faster, so teams can focus on the real work: getting on the field for their games. Since we sell direct all […]
By: Jerry Macnamara on August 30th, 2011 | Tags: coaching soccer
, life lessons
, Mindset List
Each year since August 1998, Beloit College in Wisconsin releases “The Mindset List.” While specifically aimed at Professors to re-set their mind for the incoming college freshman, the list includes events that were part of the class’ life – and references that aren’t part of their mindset. The goal is […]
By: Jerry Macnamara on August 17th, 2011 | Tags: life lessons
, soccer parents
Only twenty-one, I stepped on the field for the first time as coach of the Red Hot Chili Peppers. I didn’t realize I was embarking upon “Parent Boot Camp.” Over that time, I used to say, “Mental note to self…If I’m ever a parent…” about the lessons I’ve learned. And, now, all of those lessons come to full force as I prepare to be a first-time dad! Here’s what I’ve learned!
Soccer Season is rolling forward with unstoppable force! And, you can never have too many soccer socks. I just got an email from our production people and we’re going to offer a crazy deal on soccer soccer socks. The following socks are available, but act now because inventory will go quickly at these prices!
Girls soccer socks can make the difference between a young lady feeling strong and confidence on the field and well, being less than inspired. And, let’s face it: I’ll do just about anything to help my players feel inspired. So, if kids soccer socks are the answer, then by gosh, I’m going to make it happen.
One of the major drags of coaching a soccer team is communicating with all the parents and players. While communicating with parents on the fly has gotten easier over time, it still is time consuming. Since practically everyone is constantly on Facebook, leveraging the benefits Facebook can make life as a soccer coach a snap. Learn How!