The Soccer Drills
Making Players Smart
We gathered the best coaching drills, concepts and tactics from Spanish UEFA Pro coaches and we made it available for you. Implement our Guided Discovery Methodology and train your players to make the right decisions when it really matters.
Modern football tactical concepts. The tactical intelligence football. Concepts developed in a simple and easy way, addressed to all levels, from beginners (youth football) to high performance (professional football).
Search for the drills that fit best the concepts you want to put in practice . Open drills so the players have to find the solution. If we make our players look for the solution during trainings, they will definitely find it on the games.
In a game, you will always want your player to be the smartest ones on the field. The coach does not have to limit the players’ development.
According to your choice of the concepts you want to practice, the database offers you the drills that match your choice.
We show you how to increase/reduce the difficulty level so you can adapt it to your team’s need.
There are teams that, while they play they get out of shape constantly. With this drill you would be able to improve the offensive tactical balance.
Once the ball is won back, the first option that all the coaches like is to try to move up the field and to try to benefit from the possibility of a defensive imbalance. Let’s practice it.
Do you know Liverpool’s Henderson Rondo? It is an interesting conditioning in order to reach a maximum pressure from the first pass.
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The technicians in the intervention during training and competition have options within their reach to implement different training control strategies and their effects on the players, differentiating in the monitoring of the internal load, and the external load.
Definition: Free spaces are those empty places in the field left alone previously by a partner of the possessor of the ball and the opponent who marks him (or who watches). We can observe three phases: Creation: field zone where player of attacking team moves to...
The third man concept is related to the position game (Guardiola, Nagelsmann,…) but it is not exclusive of this game model. The third man existed before this model appeared and it is completely applicable to any game model. It is very interesting for our players to put it in practice and learn it.
In recent years, the phases of the game have evolved from being two: Attack – Defense To be four phases: Attack – Defensive Transition – Defense – Offensive Transition The definition of these four phases would be: Attack: when my team has possession of the ball.Defensive transition (or attack-defense transition): when my team loses possession […]
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Using the triple box as a space, we cover two key aspects in a drill: The first one, it gives the player a lot of tactical input regarding very important aspects of the game and the second one, it makes the drill very attractive and fun, since the drill becomes...
In recent football, the double box drill structure has been used very often, but, have we really analyzed it deeply? Are there that many advantages?
If our aim is to practice in a real way the third man we have to forget about combinative plays and technical figures. We should use opposition and we should create the right scenario so the players can develop the capacity of identifying themselves as a second and...
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