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QUICK SITE MAP (a Detailed Site Map follows)

ASSIGNING SOCCER POSITIONS (5 pages)

ATTACKING PLAN (how to teach your Rec team an attacking plan that works) (4 pages)

35 ATTACKING TIPS, TACTICS & STRATEGIES (breakaways, penalty kicks, free kicks, throw ins, far post play, wing attack vs. frontal attack, corner kicks, types of shots, movement off the ball, direct vs. indirect attack, target forwards, support, rebounds, passing to space vs. passing to feet, and more)

CATENNACIO (soccer defense, styles of play and formations) (1 page)

CHECKLIST OF SOCCER SKILLS, TACTICS & TIPS (covers 74 items) (6 pages)

22 COACHING "RULES" (These "Rules" are easy to teach, will quickly improve your team's play and can be worth several goals per game) (3 pages)

10 DEFENSE TIPS & TACTICS FOR REC TEAMS (soccer defense, First Defender, soccer formations, Second Defender, win the ball, man marking defense and more) (3 pages)

EXPANDED LIST OF THE MOST IMPORTANT THINGS FOR A REC SOCCER COACH TO TEACH (3 pages)

FORMATIONS (soccer formations and systems of play) (20 pages)

FORMATIONS AND TIPS FOR 7v7

GOALKEEPING (how to teach soccer goalkeeping) (9 pages)

HOW TO TEACH SOCCER DEFENSE

HOW TO TEACH SOCCER FORMATIONS

HOW TO TEACH SOCCER POSITIONS

11 IDEAS FOR U-9 GIRLS TRAVEL COACH TO INCREASE SCORING (recommended practice games, skill development, and other ideas for increasing scoring) (3 pages)

LETTERS FROM COACHES & MORE SOCCER FORMATIONS AND SOCCER POSITIONS (12 pages)

MARKING, JOCKEYING, SHEPHERDING & DEFENSIVE FOOTWORK (3 pages)

PRACTICE PLANS (PRE-PLANNED PRACTICES) (4 pages)

QUICK TEAM IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (marking, First Defender/Second Defender, Shift & Sag, defending deep, clearing the ball and more) (5 pages)

SCORING MORE GOALS (diagnosing why your team isn't scoring more goals, the 7 ways most goals are scored, choosing the correct style and type of attack for your team, choosing the type of formation that will work best for your team, and more) (9 pages)

SHORT CORNER SET PLAY AND CORNER KICK ATTACKING STRATEGIES (our favorite short corner attacking play for Rec teams; coaches have said about this: "This is brilliant. Can't thank you enough�this play is sooo cool") (3 pages)

SKILLS (Premium soccer skills, including instep drive or power shot, chip pass, lofted kicks, inside-of-foot "push" pass, receiving, using outside-of-foot, using chest to pass and receive, volleying, headers, throw-ins, kick offs, goal kicks, free kicks, corner kicks, penalty kicks, and more) (19 pages)

SOCCER MOVES, DRIBBLING & FOOTWORK (scissors, Matthews, fake kick, hook, cut, Zico move, Cruyff move, Cruyff turn, change of speed tactic, the "V" and more) (5 pages)

60 SOCCER PRACTICE GAMES (see Detailed Site Map for list; games rated by age and quality; many are "self-teaching"; games to teach dribbling, turning, tackling, shielding, passing, lofted kicks, footwork, fast feet, soccer moves, corner kick attacking & defense, team and one vs. one defense, finishing, direct wing attacking with far and near post runs, throw-ins, and more) (115 pages)

23 OF THE BEST SOCCERHELP TIPS & TACTICS (includes how to teach players to "Pass to Space", how to teach 2 simple types of movement off the ball that will really help your attack, 4 things you should do at your first practice and more) (9 pages)

14 TIPS & TACTICS FOR UNDEFEATED U-12 REC COACH (recommended practice games, tips & tactics for a coach who hadn't lost a game in a year but followed our suggestions and saw improvement within a few weeks; read his comments at Detailed Site Map) (3 pages)

41 TIPS, TACTICS & STRATEGIES (soccer defensive tips, soccer attacking tips, goalkeeper tips, goal kick tips, corner kick tips, penalty kick tips and more) (11 pages)

ZONE DEFENSE (how to teach a soccer zone defense) (2 pages)


DETAILED SITE MAP

ASSIGNING SOCCER POSITIONS (U-10 & Older)

Preface: Trying to figure out the best positions for your players isn't only about winning, it is also about putting young players in a position they enjoy and where they can be successful. Some positions require different skills, abilities, and personality traits than others.

  1. Should you rotate players to all positions?
  2. Selecting a Striker or Center Forward
  3. Selecting "Wing" Forwards
  4. The critical positions on Recreational teams
  5. Selecting Fullbacks and Defensive Midfielders
  6. Selecting a Center Midfielder or Center Offensive Midfielder
  7. How to select a goalkeeper
  8. Where to play your weakest players
    1. Players afraid of contact
    2. Players who are slow
    3. Players with weak ball skills
  9. Where to play a great, dominant player.
ATTACKING PLAN

(For recreational teams ages 10 and older, it is important to have a simple and realistic attacking plan that players understand & can execute. Your attacking plan should be simple and easy to understand; if it is complex your players may become hesitant and frustrated. After 5 years of teaching select and recreational teams a short passing style of attack that "built from the back" (including goal kicks and short corners), I switched to the attacking plan described in "Attacking Plan" at SoccerHelp Premium. Since I switched, our record is 15-1 with an average score of 6-2. This was with 2 different teams in a recreational league (Boys U-15) where the players are assigned to try to balance the teams. We had more fun and actually practiced less than previously (only about three 90 minute practices before the first game and then 3 or 4 times during the eight game season).

35 ATTACKING TIPS, TACTICS & STRATEGIES

CATENNACIO

(How this style of play, that was invented in the 1950's, has had a lasting impact on soccer formations and styles of play)

CHECKLIST OF SOCCER SKILLS, TACTICS & TIPS

  1. Good sportsmanship
  2. Basic soccer skills
  3. Tips for both offense & defense
  4. Offensive play
  5. Defensive play
  6. Rules and offensive & defensive tactics
  7. Goalkeepers
22 COACHING "RULES"

(Stating important concepts as simple "rules" is a useful way to teach young players, since most have been taught to follow the rules. These "Rules" are easy to teach, will quickly improve your team's play and can be worth several goals per game.)

10 DEFENSE TIPS & TACTICS FOR REC TEAMS (Keywords are soccer defense, First Defender, soccer formations, Second Defender, win the ball, soccer zone defense and man marking defense)

EXPANDED LIST OF THE MOST IMPORTANT THINGS FOR A REC SOCCER COACH TO TEACH

FORMATIONS (Systems of Play)

(Does your team give up goals on breakaways, have trouble playing good offense or defense in the midfield, or not score enough goals? The problem may be that you are trying to make your team fit a formation and style of play instead of using a formation and style of play that fits your team. The formations that work for Select or Travel teams usually don't work well for Rec teams. Rec coaches usually don't have the time to teach complex systems of play, and complex formations and styles of play can cause players to become hesitant and frustrated. The easiest thing you can do to cause a huge improvement in your team's play is to change to a simplified, easy-to-teach formation and style of play that gives your team the best chance of being successful. SoccerHelp Premium explains how to choose and teach simplified Formations that are easy to teach and really work for Recreational teams. The formations and style of play explained in "Attacking Plan", "Scoring More Goals", "Quick Team Improvement Program" and "Formations" on Soccerhelp Premium will not only result in your Rec team winning more games, but your team will play better, have more fun, and players and coaches will gain a better understanding of the game. For example, Coach Scott, a Texas USA U-13 Boys coach, had only won 1 game of the past 20, but switched to a 3-2-2-3 formation and style of play as explained in Premium and went 6-2-2 (6 wins with basically the same team) and finished in second place. And Coach Lisa's U-11 Girls team (also of Texas USA) switched to a 3-2-2-3, and doubled their goal production (from an average of 2 to 4 per game). The great thing about both these cases is that it only took a few practices to see the results.)

FORMATIONS AND TIPS FOR 7v7

GOALKEEPING (how to teach soccer goalkeeping)

  1. Who to teach to play goalie?
  2. When to teach?
  3. Goalie equipment
  4. Alternating goalkeepers
  5. What to teach soccer goalkeepers
    1. Protection
    2. Where to play
    3. Ready position
    4. Shifting with the ball
    5. Splitting the angle
    6. Favor the Near Post
    7. When to go past the posts
    8. How to deal with loose balls in front of goal
    9. Breakaways and clear shots
    10. Catching and deflecting the ball
      1. How to catch ground balls
      2. Air-balls below head height
      3. How to catch air balls
      4. How to deflect high balls over the bar
      5. Catching air-balls to the side
      6. Deflecting air-balls to the side
    11. Distributing the ball (6 methods)
  6. Goal kicks
  7. Special rules for goalkeepers
  8. Blaming or criticizing the goalkeeper
  9. Goalkeeper as a "Second Sweeper"
  10. The Goalkeeper should be the "Boss" around the goal
  11. How to select a goalkeeper (U-10 & Older)
  12. Other references
HOW TO TEACH SOCCER DEFENSE

HOW TO TEACH SOCCER FORMATIONS

HOW TO TEACH SOCCER POSITIONS

11 IDEAS FOR U-9 GIRLS TRAVEL COACH TO INCREASE SCORING

The following was sent to one of our SoccerHelp "Testers" coaches, a U-9 Girls Travel Coach from Wisconsin USA. The Testers coaches are volunteers who try out SoccerHelp practice games, tips and tactics and give us feedback that helps improve the SoccerHelp program. The coach had just joined the Testers Program and had written that he had a good team but was losing most games, even those they dominated, due to a lack of scoring. He asked for any ideas we might have. Following is our response:

LETTERS FROM COACHES & MORE SOCCER FORMATIONS AND SOCCER POSITIONS (12 pages)

MARKING, JOCKEYING, SHEPHERDING & DEFENSIVE FOOTWORK (U-8 & older)

  1. How To "Mark" An Opponent
  2. Four Types Of Defensive Footwork
  3. Jockeying, Shepherding, Steering and Defensive Containment
PRACTICE PLANS (PRE-PLANNED PRACTICES)

QUICK TEAM IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

(10 simple things you can teach in one or two practices that can make a big difference in your team's play. Includes how to teach "marking up", how to teach "First Defender/Second Defender", how to teach "Shift & Sag", how to teach "clearing the ball", the strategy of "Defending Deep", the simplest and easiest things you can do to give your team the best chance of being successful, and more).

SCORING MORE GOALS
  1. Diagnosing why your team isn't scoring more goals
    1. 2 reasons why you aren't scoring more goals
    2. Increasing your number of shots
    3. Increasing your scoring percentage
    4. Evaluating your style and type of attack
    5. Evaluating whether a different formation would work better
  2. The 7 ways most soccer goals are scored
  3. 35 soccer attacking tips, tactics & strategies (breakaways, penalty kicks, free kicks, throw ins, far post play, wing attack vs. frontal attack, corner kicks, types of shots, movement off the ball, direct vs. indirect attack, target forwards, support, rebounds, passing to space vs. passing to feet, and more)
SHORT CORNER SET PLAY AND CORNER KICK ATTACKING STRATEGIES (U-10 & up)

(Our favorite short corner attacking play for Rec teams and corner kick attacking strategies are described below. Try "short corners" 50% of the time. Your chances of scoring on the short corner set play described below are better than on a "long corner" and you will improve your chances of scoring when you try a long corner by keeping the opposing defense off balance. Also, this short corner play will teach your team some valuable attacking and teamwork concepts, which are described at the end of this document, and it is fun and easy to teach. You can teach it before a game in about 5 minutes (but be careful to not let your opponent see you or you will lose the element of surprise).

SKILLS CONTENTS

  1. Headers
  2. Outside-of-the-Foot
  3. Drive or Power Shot
  4. Chip Pass or Shot
  5. Volleying
  6. Using The Chest to Receive & Pass
  7. How To Teach Offense & Defense
  8. How To Teach Kick-Offs
  9. How To Teach Goal Kicks, Free Kicks, Corner Kicks & Penalty Kicks
  10. Overview Of How To Teach Inside-of-Foot Passing & Receiving
  11. Diagnosing & Solving Problems With 2-Touch Passing With Inside-of-Foot
  12. Diagnosing & Solving Problems With Inside-of-Foot Receiving
  13. Detailed Directions For Teaching Inside-of-Foot Pass
  14. Detailed Directions For Teaching How To Receive a Pass With Inside-of-Foot
  15. How To Teach Throw-Ins (Simple & Advanced)
    1. Simple Throw-In
    2. Advanced Throw-In
    3. Why Throw-Ins Are Important
    4. Teaching Throw-Ins Without A Ball
    5. Detailed Directions for Teaching Throw-Ins
    6. Typical Mistakes
    7. Where To Throw The Ball
SOCCER MOVES, DRIBBLING & FOOTWORK (scissors, Matthews, fake kick, hook, cut, Zico move, Cruyff move, Cruyff turn, change of speed tactic, the "V" and more)

  1. Cuts (left and right)
  2. Outside "Pop & Run"
  3. Outside of Foot Hook & Reverse
  4. Step in front and push with other foot
  5. The Scissors
  6. The Stanley Matthews
  7. Fake Kicks
    1. Fake Kick
    2. Fake Kick / Hook & Reverse
  8. Outside Step Around/Reverse
  9. Fake Kick & Pullback
  10. Zico Move
  11. Cruyff Move
  12. The "V"
  13. Change Of Speed Tactic
60 SOCCER PRACTICE GAMES

A. INTRODUCTION TO PREMIUM PRACTICE GAMES
(These Games Will Teach Skills While Having Fun)

  • Keys To Good Practice Games
  • Things You Need For a Good Practice
  • Why Practice Games Are Better Than Drills

B. 60 SOCCER PRACTICE GAMES (4 star games are the highest rated)
  • "Across & Back Ball Tag" * * * * (New)
    (Dribbling, shielding, tackling, U-6 & up)
  • "Across & Back Ball Tag/Clearing Version" * * * * (New)
    (Dribbling, shielding, tackling, U-6 & up)
  • "Animal Soccer" * * * * (New)
    (Dribbling & fun for U-6)
  • "Attack & Defend Ball Tag" * * * *
    (Dribbling, turning, tackling, All ages)
  • "Ball Thieves & Ball Protectors Game" * * *
    (Dribbling & Shielding, U-8 & up, variations)
  • "Beginners Passing Teaching Game" * *
    (Passing technique, Beginners of all ages)
  • "Beginners Soccer" * * * * (New)
    (Basic concepts of a field, teams, offense, defense and goals, U-6 to U-10)
  • "Chips/Lofted Passes Game"* * * *
    (Lofted Kicks, U-10 & up)
  • "Chip Shots/Brave Defenders" * * *
    (Team Defending, U-11 & up)
  • "Circle & Outside-Of-Foot Push" * *
    (Footwork, U-8 & Up)
  • "Corner Kick Simulation" * * *
    (Corner Kick Attacking & Defending, U-10 & up)
  • "Defend The Goal & Clear Game" * * * *
    (Team Defending, U-8 to U-12)
  • "Defensive Footwork Games" * * *
    (Defensive footwork, U-10 & up)
  • "Double Dare Attack / Defend" * * * *
    (Dribbling & Tackling, All ages)
  • "Dribble Across A Square Game (Improved)" * * * *
    (Dribbling & Turning, U-8 & up)
  • "Dribble & Tag / Reverse" * * * *
    (Dribbling, Steering, Talking, All ages)
  • "Dribble Around Cone & Back Relay Race" * * * *
    (Dribbling & Turning, All ages)
  • "Dribble Around Cone & Pass Relay Race" * * *
    (Dribbling/Turning/Passing, All ages)
  • "Dribble Past Defender" * * *
    (Dribbling and Tackling, All ages)
  • "Dribble Past Defenders No. 2" * * * *
    (Dribbling, 1 vs. 1 defending, U-8 & up)
  • "Dribble Through Goals Race" * * * *
    (Dribbling, U-6 to U-10)
  • "Dribble, Turn & Shoot Race" * * * * (New)
    (Dribbling, turning, shooting while running, U-6 to U-14)
  • "Driving School" * * * *
    (Dribbling & Turning, U-6 to U-10)
  • "Follow The Leader" * * * *
    (Dribbling, All ages; 3 variations)
  • "Forward Foot Passing Pairs" * *
    (Passing, U-10 & up)
  • "Freeze Tag" * *
    (Dribbling & Shielding, U-8 & up)
  • "Hard Passing/ Glue Foot Receiving" * * *
    (Passing, U-11 & up)
  • "Hit The Coach" * * * *
    (Dribbling & kicking the ball, variation, U-6 only)
  • "Hit The Cone (Soccer Golf)" * * * (New)
    (Inside-of-foot passing, U-6 to U-10)
  • "Juggling Race" *
    (Touch & Ball Control, U-8 & up)
  • "Kick Balls Onto Other Field" * * * *
    (Passing/Defending, All ages)
  • "Kick A Crossed Ball Game" * * * *
    (Timing kicks, U-10 & up)
  • "Longest Kick Game" * * *
    (Kicking, U-6 & U-8 only)
  • "Marbles Soccer" * * * (New)
    (Inside-of-foot passing, U-6 to U-12)
  • "Monster Invasion" * * * * (New)
    (Dribbling & concept of a field, U-6)
  • "Outside & Bottom of Foot Game" * *
    (Footwork, U-8 & up)
  • "Outside-of-Foot Reverse" * *
    (Footwork, U-8 & up)
  • "Pass To Space, Run With Ball and Shoot Game" * * * *
    (Attacking, U-10 & up)
  • "Passing Pairs Game" * * * *
    (Passing, U-8 & up)
  • "Passing Race" * * * (New)
    (Passing, touch, teamwork, U-6 to U-12)
  • "Pass-It-Through Game" * * * *
    (Passing/Defending, U-8 & up)
  • "Pick Up The Cones Race" * * * (New)
    (Dribbling toward a goal, U-6)
  • "Pullbacks/Backward Race" * *
    (Footwork, U-8 & up)
  • "Push & Blast Off" * *
    (Footwork, U-8 & up)
  • "Race Around The Track" * * *
    (Dribbling/Turning/Shielding, All Ages, 3 variations)
  • "Red Rover Game" * * * * (New)
    (Dribbling toward a goal, shooting, U-6)
  • "Relay Race on 3-Cone Course" * *
    (Dribbling/Turning, U-8 & up)
  • "Run To The Ball & Shoot With Side of Foot" * * * *
    (Timing Kicks, U-10 & up)
  • "Running Passes Across & Back Race" * * *
    (Passing, U-10 & up)
  • "Sharks and Minnows" * * * (New)
    (Dribbling, shielding, tackling, U-6 & up)
  • "Shoulder Tackle & Strength On The Ball Game" * * * *
    (Winning the ball & strength on the ball, shoulder tackle, shielding, U-8 & up)
  • "Side Roll Race" * *
    (Footwork, U-8 & up)
  • "Small Sided Scrimmage Without a Goalie" * * * *
    (Team Attacking & Defending, U-8 & up)
  • "Soccer Bees" * * *
    (Dribbling & Kicking, U-6 only)
  • "Steparounds" * * * *
    (Fast feet & footwork, U-9 & up)
  • "Tag Pairs" * * * (New)
    (Dribbling, passing and teamwork, U-6 to U-10)
  • "Tap-On-Top" * * * *
    (Fast feet, a good warm-up, U-8 & up)
  • "Teaching Forwards To Be Opportunistic In The Penalty Box" * *
    (Finishing, Select U-11 & up)
  • "3 Man Direct, Wing Attacking Game" * * * *
    (Attacking, U-10 & up)
  • "Throw-Ins Teaching Game" * * *
    (Throw-Ins, U-8 & up)
  • "Tick Tock" * * * *
    (aka "The Foundation") (Fast feet & footwork, All ages)
  • "Treasure Hunt" * * * *
    (Dribbling, U-6)
  • "2 Team Keep Away" * * * *
    (Offense & Defense, U-8 & up)
  • "Volleying Pairs" * * * *
    (Volleying & receiving air balls, U-10 & up)
23 OF THE BEST SOCCERHELP TIPS & TACTICS

(Includes 4 things you should do at your first practice with new players, 6 important things to watch for when evaluating the best positions for your players, how to teach players to "Pass To Space", kick-offs, how to teach 2 simple types of "movement off the ball" that will really help your attack, and more).

14 TIPS & TACTICS FOR UNDEFEATED U-12 REC COACH

(The following was sent to one of our SoccerHelp "Testers" coaches, a U-12 Rec Coach from Pennsylvania USA who hadn't lost a game in a year, but still wanted to improve and found some of the SoccerHelp suggestions helpful. (The "Testers" coaches are volunteers who try out SoccerHelp practice games, tips and tactics and give us feedback that helps us improve the SoccerHelp program). These tips would also be appropriate for most Rec teams ages U-10 thru U-17. In his e-mail he said: "I received your suggestions and implemented several of them at practice. The kids had fun. The following Sunday we beat a team 7-0 that we usually beat, but not that bad. We got a game in last Thursday against a team that was 8-0 during the Fall season. We won 2-0 at their field and should have scored a few more. We were missing 2 of our top 3 goal scorers. I think a lot of the improvement in our play the past few weeks has been a result of your suggestions and simplification of our playing system. I did modify the system such that we play a 3-2-3-2 instead of a 3-2-2-3. My center mids are good enough to fill the center on offense when necessary, but disciplined enough to play defense first in the midfield. I also tell my defensive mids that they are Stoppers. This terminology keeps them positioned with a defensive mindset but ready to jump into the attack. If I tell them they are defensive mids they will end up in the opposing team's Penalty Box." Our response is below.)

41 TIPS, TACTICS & STRATEGIES

  1. Defensive tips
  2. Attacking tips
  3. Finishing tips
  4. 5 other things to teach a recreational team
  5. Goalkeeper tips
  6. Goal kick tips
  7. Corner kick tips
  8. Winning the ball
  9. Penalty kick tips
  10. 6 other tips
ZONE DEFENSE (how to teach a soccer zone defense)

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