Coaches

Assistant Referee Signals

The assistant refereeā€™s flag must always be visible to the referee, unfurled and still whilst running. When making a signal, the assistant referee must stop running, face the field of play, make eye contact with the referee and raise the flag with deliberate (not hasty or exaggerated) motions. The flag should be like an extension of the arm. Continue reading »

Advantage

Has there been a time when your player has been fouled yet the referee did not make the call? Do you remember if your team kept possession during that time? The referee may have applied the rule of advantage. Let’s take a closer look at the advantage rule. Continue reading »

1 v 1 v 1

The 1v1v1 drill focuses on attacking with a numbers down situation. This will encourage attacking players to take players on and look for a quick shot on goal. Defensively, this drill can teach defenders with transition, quickly getting back and breaking up the play.
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Power Finesse

Power Finesse is a great drill that includes both players and goalkeepers. It helps players with first touch power shots and close up finesse shots. It helps goalkeepers with cutting down angles and limiting rebound opportunities. Continue reading »

Simon Says

Simon Says

The old school game of Simon Says can be used with younger players to teach dribbling, controlling the ball and listening. Continue reading »

Local Soccer Club Teams

Local Soccer Club Teams

Are you looking to coach a club team? Are you looking to play club soccer? Well we’ve put together a helpful list of local soccer club teams with the help of our sister site Search For Soccer! Continue reading »

Local Soccer Facilities

Local Soccer Facilities

Are you a coach looking for a local practice facility? Are you a player looking for a local soccer league to play in? Well we’ve put together a helpful list of local soccer facilities with the help of our sister site Search For Soccer! Continue reading »

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