Drills

The following drills have been developed by UEFA pro coaches. Coaches who have studied the latest training methodologies in football at the highest level competitions (La Liga, Premier League, Bundesliga, Serie A…).

Since the launch in August 2020, every week new content (drills or articles or concepts).

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Overcoming High Pressure

To make a right high pressure or a good game building, and practice it in a game oriented similar situation is very possible.

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Retention + OFT and DT

The offensive football is for the players without the ball. It will be key for taking advantage, for creating goal chances and for advancing in the game, to make the right movement at the right time. In the case they do the movement late it will be really easy to defend. The rules of this drill will make your team do that movement at the right time.

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Tricolor

During the offensive transition, your team will will need to begin looking for width, permanent support from the players, a good communication etc. This offensive and defensive transition tactical drill will make your team improve this exact momentum of the game.

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Double Box: Counterattack with players outside the active zone

To connect with players which are the farthest away possible from the ball is a synonymous of a good counter attack. To prevent your rivals of doing it is a synonymous of a good press after losing the ball and an accurate drop back. In this drill your players will improve both the defensive and the offensive transitions. The dimensions will be the double of the box.

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Rondo Offensive Delay 4v1

Since regularly, all the rondos are played in a high pace, is it possible to practice a tactical rondo in which you work both the change of pace and the high and low pace? It is definitely possible if we include a small modification in the structure so our players can make decisions about the pace of the game.

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