What is Player2Player?
High school players coaching young aspiring players – it’s that simple! Player2Player is based on the concept of providing parents of young athletes a network of high school-aged private coaches at an affordable price, in a convenient location, and with quality instruction.
Is Player2Player in the North Texas area?
Player2Player started in Austin in 2018 and opened its Frisco location in February 2022. By February 2023, customers in Allen, Celina, Prosper and McKinney are in on the fun, too! Player2Player’s Frisco location has high school-aged coaches from Reedy High School, Wakeland HS, Frisco HS, Centennial HS, Independence HS, Memorial HS, Heritage HS, Lebanon Trail HS, Lone Star HS, Little Elm HS, Celina HS, Prosper HS, Rock Hill HS, McKinney Boyd and McKinney North!
The one-on-one training provided by high performers in your neighborhood can help your child improve their performance within youth sports programs while also giving them role models to look up to.
P2P NTX on IG
P2P NTX on FB
Subscribe to Player2Player Emails
What can I expect from P2P?
Parents of young athletes can expect quality one-on-one lessons and clinics from an elite high school athlete.
Player2Player coaches go through a strict screening process where they must prove their experience with one or more sports and demonstrate that they are responsible and disciplined to provide quality, structured lessons for their athlete.
How do I book a lesson?
You can book a lesson here on our website by using the SEARCH COACHES option on the main menu or the BOOK A LESSON option on the main menu. If you would like help being matched to the right coach for your young player, send the P2P North Texas Area Coach Director an email.
What is the right age for a youth athlete to participate?
If the youth player is a beginner in Kindergarten and has never picked up a ball (or bat or pom pom or golf club) or they are an advanced 8th grader ready to sharpen their skills to nail their next tryout, Player2Player is a fit.
What schools are the coaches from?
Player2Player’s coaches hail from these high schools. Check out coach bios to see their school and sports.
ALLEN ISD: Allen High School
CELINA HIGH SCHOOL
FRISCO ISD: Reedy High School, Wakeland High School, Frisco High School, Centennial High School, Independence High School, Emerson High School, Lone Star High School, Lebanon Trail High School, Heritage High School, Memorial High School
MCKINNEY ISD: McKinney High School, McKinney North,
PROSPER ISD: Prosper High School & Rock Hill High School
Where are the lessons located and how long are they?
It’s convenient for parents to choose the best location and time for them for their 1-hour lessons. Coaches provide equipment for instruction and will come to the player’s home or another designated location, like a neighborhood park.
Do you have sports camps or clinics?
Yes! In addition to one-on-one coaching lessons, Player2Player hosts clinics for groups of players and coaches to learn, play and connect. Look for those to happen on school holidays, including tons of great stuff over the summer to keep young athletes active and learning their favorites sports, and maybe even a new one!
Can siblings or friends join the lesson?
Yes! We love to have siblings and friends join our lessons and clinics. During booking, you can add an extra participant to your lesson, which means 2-5 players can attend the same lesson together and at a reduced group cost compared to individual lessons.
What kind of P2P sports camps/clinics are offered in the North Texas area?
Player2Player’s sports camps and clinics in North Texas include reaction and agility clinics, dance and cheer prep camps, and many team sports camps. All of these clinics are offered year-round, and they’re a great way to supplement youth sports programs at all grade levels K through 8. More information can be found under CLINICS AND EVENTS.
PARTY WITH P2P
For your next birthday party, skip the paintball and laser tag and offer a fun and active party with a Player2Player coach coordinating an on-site tournament or an exciting obstacle course, or maybe one of our Mini-Olympics.
Having an end-of-year team party? The local pizza place is fine, but consider celebrating your season with an end-of-year party managed by one of our P2P coaches. We can coordinate scrimmages, in-team competitions, or maybe a parents vs young athletes match.
Ready to Coach?
If you are a high school athlete and think you have the skill set to coach the next generation of athletes in your community, we want to hear from you. Check out the steps to become a coach to get started.