Make sure that you have at least one for every player, and around 3 or 4 spare. This means you have got some if you get some new players come to training, and you also have some to use for a demonstration.
Very simple thing to remember really, and a vital piece of kit especially if you have a few balls go flat, although you should make sure that all the balls are pumped up properly before you go training!
These are vital to marking out an area for a training drill and also give boundaries that your players have to stick in. There’s no point in buying rigid plastic ones because they break easy – get flexible plastic ones.
Mesh Training Bibs
A huge tool for coaches to help the players during a training game distinguish which player is on their team and who is an opposition player. An invaluable asset!
First Aid Kit
Make sure its well stocked and make sure you, or someone who is going to be at each match & training session you know how to use it.
Training Register & Medical Details
You need to make sure that you take emergency contact details for every player with you to every training session and a match just in case something happens.
Portable Goals or Nets
Having your players train with the same size goals as the ones your playing matches in gets the players used to the goals and size.
Spare Drinks & Shin Guards
Players do forget things from time to time, and its a good idea to make sure that you can help anyone out when ever you can do. Shin guards and drinks are the two basic ones you can help with!!