Want to Coach?

As a coach you will not only train and guide your players, but you will make a lasting impact on your entire team. Coaching is not for everyone, but if you like working with children, it's a great way to participate. You are not alone, we provide you a number of tools, resources, materials and even your fellow coaches to lean upon while you work with your team.

Our program is run largely by the volunteers and is made up of parents of the players who register. Each season over 40 volunteers run our programs. We offer coach training, supplies equipment and support the efforts of our coaches. The coach commitment during the season is for one practice and one game per week. If you think you would like to volunteer, you may do so while registering your player.

Thanks for volunteering. Our league cannot be successful without the parents who volunteer each season. There are a few things you still need to do to start coaching.


If you did not register to volunteer as a coach or assistant during your player's registration, you will need to do so now. To check your status, from the registration section of this website, log into your family's AdminSports as a returning user. Once logged in at blue Family Information screen, click on the Volunteer button under your name to officially register or to check your coach record. Update the phone numbers and email address to be sure that we have the correct email for you. This is where we send all important coach information.

Register for a CORI background check. We need the town CORI form completed and a copy of your license.

REQUIRED - Per the Parks and Recreation Committee in Seekonk is required for all coaches, asst coaches and board members to take this online course and print out the certificate so we can submit it to them. We also suggest that the parents review this information so they are aware of the signs of a concussion. It may be the one thing that can save a childs life.

NHFS Learn Concussion in Sports - What You Need To Know FREE COURSE!


Prepare for the season by: Reviewing rules of basketball.