EXPERT SESSIONS AND ADVICE FOR GRASSROOTS SOCCER COACHES

Pre-season

Pre-season focus on goalkeeping

in Email newsletters, Goalkeeping, Pre-season

Goalkeepers may not cover the whole pitch during a game, or sprint or dash back to cover a counter-attack, but they still need to be fit. Fitness throughout the season is imperative, so putting in the hard yards during pre-season is vital. Here are 6 ways to help your goalkeeper get back into shape for... MORE

Watch Arsenal’s pre-season culture

in Pre-season, Tips and advice

Matteo Guendouzi took part in his first training session since joining Arsenal from FC Lorient in France. But watch how all the players shake hands with each of the coaches before they start training. This is a great way to start off your pre-season training sessions and to take into the season ahead. It It... MORE

Barcelona Rondo

Why rondos are perfect for pre-season

in Email newsletters, Pre-season, Warm Ups

Everything you want from pre-season training is to be found in rondo. It makes for a simple session that works on every aspect of a player’s game: technique, tactics, physical and psychological. Rondo works especially well for pre-season training because players are immediately concentrating on the game – no-one wants to make an error and... MORE

Barcelona rondo

Rondo decisions

in Pre-season, Warm Ups

This fun rondo game has everything your team needs for a good pre-season workout. It offers plenty of movement for your players and sharpens their control and technique too. MORE

Pre-season training feature

Are you ready for pre-season training?

in Pre-season, Team Management

The first week back at training often means pain in terms of getting back to fitness. Depending on how your players have spent the summer it can be hard work for them. Muscles seize up, legs tire out and the next day players feel stiff and sore. Getting in shape for the big kick-off means... MORE

Pre-season | Week 2: Developing skills

in Pre-season, Tips and advice

The second training session is, in theory, where the hard work really begins. So having eased yourself and your players back into the swing of things, now is really the time to extend thinking, develop ideas and deliver a programme that will see your team flourish. MORE


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