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Quite often it is difficult for parents just starting out in wrestling to locate the clubs in your community.  There are in fact a number of ways to resolve this problem.

The best option is to contact the head wrestling coach at you local high school or middle school.  Ask them if they could recommend a program for your child in your area.  They will have details on programs that are available. 

Check local newspapers for advertisements.

The internet is a great source of information.  A great site to check is TheMat.com.  It will allow you to search for clubs by state.   Registered clubs in your state will be displayed with contact information.

You can also check the AAU wrestling website, aauwrestling.net.   Click on the Sports Contact link and then District Directors.  This will give you a map to select your district and then contact information will be displayed.