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11/01/2013: CoachFX to announce new partnership at the NSCAA Convention

NSCAA ConventionIt's that time of year again when thousands of people descend on the annual NSCAA Convention. This year, it's being held in Indianapolis from 16th to 20th January. Billed as the "World's largest annual gathering of soccer coaches" the NSCAA Convention draws around 4000 coaches from the 30,000 plus members of the association and more than 9000 attendees over the five days.

CoachFX are delighted to be attending the convention again, but this year we've got even more to talk about!

At the convention we'll be announcing a groundbreaking international partnership with the NSCAA. The collaboration provides ALL NSCAA members with FREE access to CoachFX LIVE, our state of the art 3D drill designer and content from top Clubs, coaching companies and coaches from across the globe.

We're also excited to be exhibiting as part of the NSCAA Club Standards Project. The Club Standards Project helps NSCAA member clubs raise the performance of coaches and players through offering a range of best practice solutions. CoachFX are a proud partner of this project - you can find out more about it here.

At the convention this year, we'll be doing tutorials on our CoachFX LIVE product and talking to clubs about how to incorporate online coaching within their existing setup. With compatability across a range of platforms we'll be demoing our latest mobile apps as well (iPhone, iPad and Android).

Located in a prime position near the front of the exhibition hall, just alongside the NSCAA stand, you'll be able to locate us easily. Our booth number is 4404 so come along and have a chat with us about any of your online coaching needs.

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