No coach has the championship title as there is no championship for coaches. The championship is for teams.
In the nba all star game the coaches for the east and west, are the coaches from the top teams in each conference. the two teams with the highest record (1 from east and 1 from west) have their coach as the all star game coach. but the same coach cannot coach the all star game 2 yrs in a row.
The number of assistant coaches varies from team to team but here is what I understand the standard most teams carry. There are two assistant coaches on the bench along with the head coach. One assistant is for offense and the other for defense. There is also a goaltending coach who watches the game from a pressbox, "bird's eye" view and sometimes does doubles as the video coach. There is also a strength and conditioning coach. I have heard of teams carrying additional coaches for developing propects and are assigned to the minors and junior teams.
The USA Today Coaches Poll ranks NCAA basketball teams, football teams, and college baseball and basketball teams. Fifty-nine coaches contribute to the Poll which began in 1950.
I don't think there is a set number of coaches in baseball. Most teams have a hitting coach, pitching coach, fielding coach and intructors for important positions like catcher. There is also a "bench" coach who works on game stratagy with the manager.
There were no coaches for the teams those days. India got its first coach in 1996.
There are usually several different coaches. All teams have 1 head coach who organizes the entire team under the General Manager. There will usually be 2-3 assistant coaches who deal with forwards or defense. To my knowledge all teams carry a goaltending coach to work exclusively with goalies.
There are different types of football coaches: offensive, defensive and special teams. Within each discipline, there are typically position coaches (o-line coach, d-line coach, etc.) who work with the respective lead coach for that side of the ball. The head coach is in charge of all the other coaches and manages most of the responsibilities for the development of the football team and playbook.
An NFL team has ten coaches per team. These include the head coach, defensive coordinator, offensive coordinator, quarterback coach, offensive line coach, defensive line coach, special teams coach, linebacker coach, strength coach, and secondary coach.
No (maybe yes), unless the person that wants to coach both, a college and high school team, gets special permission from the college. Which is very unlikely. Colleges have the coach sign a contract stating that the coach cannot coach for any other team. The only possibility of coaching both depends on the schools, the sport coached, schedules, and what the coaching position is. If the coach is an assistant coach for both the JV and college FOOTBALL teams, it would make it easier. JV teams play mostly on Thursday nights and also dress for the varsity game Friday night. College football teams play mostly on Saturdays. The coach would have to dedicate his time to the college and that means the coach might miss practices and/or games of the high school team. If that is okay with the high school and the coach tells the college and they ALSO are okay with it then coaching both will work. Do not try and hide it from the college, if they find out the coach is coaching two teams, the coach can be suspended or even fired.. Basically, if a person wants to coach two teams, the coach must talk to both teams and try to work something out. There are a lot of different possibilities of how this can turn out, so there is not a for sure yes or no answer.SHORT ANSWER: It depends on his contact with the college.
An Assistant coach in soccer is a coach, but they just help the main coach... Sometimes they just catch loose balls and stuff and sometimes they can take a group of players and work with them. So it varies by team, most club/competitive teams have a manager and head coach but no assistant coach- recreational teams usually have a head coach and 1-3 assistant coaches... Hope this helps :)
It really depends on the team and how they perform under the coach. Chris Peterson Head Coach of the Boise State Broncos makes 1.6 million a year. I would guess that most BCS auto qualifying school coaches make more than this. Coach Pete is probably one of the highest paid outside of auto qualifying schools.