64 Small-Sided Soccer Games


Small-sided games are recognised throughout grassroots and professional coaching as one of the best methods to coach soccer skills and tactics.



Why use small-sided games?

There are many coaching manuals that help specific aspects of your game. These manuals assume you have mastered the crucial basics, but this isn’t always the case.

Michael Beale’s 64 Small-Sided Soccer Games manual is essential for coaching every aspect of your players game, from individual core skills to team-based attacking strategies. These small-sided games will help stimulate your players and accelerate their learning abilities.

Each game guarantees sufficient touches for each player, enabling them to develop their “soccer vision.” You can run several games simultaneously, focusing on different disciplines, so that your players get the most out of each session.

Order 64 Small-Sided Soccer Games to give your team all the skills, techniques and strategies they need to be successful.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Would just like to say that I found the manual to be invaluable when it comes to planning my coaching sessions. All the small-sided games are expertly illustrated, making them easy to understand and put into practice on a training night.

    I know my players thoroughly enjoy the games - much better than picking two teams and just having a match!!

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  2. 5 out of 5

    64 Small-Sided Soccer Games is a brilliant book because the coach gets to sit out…the game is the teacher!

    The tactics themselves are very simple - all the strategic work is done within each game, so everything the players face in small-sided games are encountered again on match day. Players defend in small groups, attack in small groups and experience transition. It means they constantly have to make decisions, and most importantly, learn from them.

    Age appropriate sized playing areas are also considered, meaning players can rotate positions during open play. As a result, every move by a player with or without the ball is a moment of quality - every move matters.

    The icing on the cake? These games are genuinely fun!

    So if you want your players to look forward to training every week flick through the pages of this book: there’s a game for every outcome.

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As a volunteer dad I started coaching my son's teams 20 years ago. Now a level 3, UEFA B youth coach I share my favourite soccer drills and games with coaches around the world.
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