To cultivate integrity in sports and life by teaching the next generation that The Way You Win Matters™. Our programs feature athletes, coaches, and others of all ages, who share experiences from sports that have helped them in life.
We present forums, speakers, and videos to young athletes and adults, to promote integrity, and improve the culture of youth sports.
We utilize mentoring, role-modeling, and positive peer influence through real-life experiences in sports, to engage people on issues involving character, integrity and core values.
Student to Student. Coach to Coach. Parent to Parent.
When character and integrity are emphasized in youth sports, athletes are more likely to develop positive qualities and values that will help them on and off the field.

Testimonials

These lessons that you’re teaching about teamwork, about dedication, about how you play on the field and how that translates to your home life, those are lessons that transform a community… To me, that’s the long-term impact you’re having… we can transform our entire society and what it truly means to win.
Dominic Copeland, Coach/VP, Beverly (MA) Youth Football
I found Chuck’s message to be profound and especially relevant in today’s youth sports culture…Having coached at different levels from youth sports through college, I would highly recommend bringing Even Field in to speak with your players, coaches, and parents.
Billy Sittig, Recreation Program Manager, Boston (MA) Parks and Recreation Department
Chuck Wilson and the Even Field program are putting the emphasis back where it should be, on building character in young athletes.
Chris Capezzuto, Heads Up Football® Master Trainer & Head Football Coach Roosevelt H.S., Yonkers, N.Y.
Chuck Wilson and Even Field represent the very best in the quest to improve the youth sports experience for young people….(We) greatly respect the tremendous work that he has begun.
Phil Ricci, Administrator, Catholic Athletic League (RI)

Even Field In The Media

Recent Posts

  • Batter at Home Plate

Little League and Adult Egos

By |August 19th, 2015|

This Little League Softball "game-fixing controversy" is a conversation starter for parents, youth coaches, and young athletes.
  • Chuck Wilson speaking to Cranston Student Athletes at Cranston Stadium

Cranston Stadium

By |August 17th, 2015|

On August 16, 2015 Even Field presented to the student athletes of Cranston East and West at Cranston Stadium to kick off the 2015 Fall sports season.
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After the Suspension

By |August 13th, 2015|

Chuck Wilson tells the story of how a high school athlete chose to face adversity after suspension.
  • Football For You, Providence RI

Football For You 2015: Providence, RI

By |August 3rd, 2015|

Photos from Football For You on August 1, 2015 at Classical High School in Providence, RI.