By nate.landas - Last updated: Monday, January 6, 2014
Never before has such a prestigious program opened its doors to the coaching world as in this landmark soccer DVD from Bobby Clark. Take a seat in the stands as Clark coaches and narrates his way through two complete Notre Dame soccer practice sessions. Clark’s practices include team offensive drills, a very detailed dynamic warm-up, a 10v6+2 and an 11v9+2 drill placing an emphasis on spacing, crisp passing and strategies for scoring. He demonstrates defending as a unit with the emphasis on team shape and collective defending. He focuses on a 6v4 drill from a variety of sets and intensity levels. All Access Practice also includes goalkeeper practice: Footwork drills, high ball drills, low-ball drills and hand drills; everything you need to develop a dominant goalkeeper. This two DVD set is a one-of-a-kind look inside an elite program. Any coach at any level will find this set extremely beneficial. Over three hours of footage for the price of one DVD.
Part of the proceeds from the sale of the DVD will go to Grassroot Soccer, which provides African youth with the knowledge, life skills, and support to live HIV-free. For more information go to grassrootsoccer.org
By nate.landas - Last updated: Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Gain access to one of the top programs in college soccer history! The University of North Carolina Women’s soccer team, led by Anson Dorrance, demonstrates a variety of skill and drills to help your players unlock the potential to become champions! See videos on formations, tactics, goalkeeping, fitness and technical testing, as well as insight from Coach Dorrance on what it takes to develop a championship level program.
CLICK on the two coaches below to view all of their world class soccer coaching material!
University of North Carolina Head Women’s Soccer Coach; 22 Collegiate Championships, 20 ACC Tournament Championships; most wins in college soccer history, distinguished member of the National Soccer Hall of Fame
University of North Carolina Women’s Soccer Goalkeeper Coach, part of the UNC coaching staff for 10 NCAA Championship titles, national clinician for the U.S. Youth Soccer Association, member of the Olympic Development Program Staff
By nate.landas - Last updated: Wednesday, September 11, 2013
Learn everything your team needs to create a more threatening offense in the attack, as well as solid defense in the back, in this phenomenal instructional video from former professional soccer player Kendall Fletcher. She provides you and your team the activities and insight necessary to become a better team!
- Learn to pressure the ball early after losing possession
- Look to play balls longer to provide outlet to teammates under pressure
- Learn how to move off the ball in transition
- Create offensive depth and width in transition
Watch and learn more from the former U.S Women’s National Team member, Kendall Fletcher, right here!
By nate.landas - Last updated: Thursday, August 15, 2013
Ohio Northern University Head Men’s Coach and 2012 NSCAA Great Lakes Regional Coach of the Year, Brett Ridenour, provides you with hours of video on a variety of topics to help your soccer program get better! Individually and as a team you will see how to improve transition play, finishing in the final third, increasing fitness level, and putting all these skills together. See what these new 4 Soccer videos can do for you and your team.
Building to Win: Attacking Out of the Back
- Improve your team’s ability to transition from winning the ball to creating an attack
- Enhance your defensive players’ passing and ball control skills when under pressure
- Learn how to avoid extra touches that can lead to turnovers in the central defensive half of the field
- Discover how to consistently move the ball into the final third of the field
Creating to Win: Attacking in the Final Third
- Develop stronger play in the attacking half of the field
- Create more scoring opportunities for your target players and wear down your opponent’s defense
- Reduce turnovers by improving your players’ first touch and improving your team’s ability to possess the ball when under pressure
Connecting to Win: Putting It All Together
- Develop skills for every position as your players work together to build up attacks in a game-like setting
- Create a competitive environment to challenge players and build confidence
- Learn how to work as a team to possess the ball and win more games
Working to Win: Fitness with the Ball
- Learn how to improve the fitness level of your players
- See how conditioning with a ball makes training realistic and fun
- Discover how to maintain good touch late in the game when players are fatigued
- Learn how increasing your team’s speed and agility will enable your players to get by defenders and make it difficult for defenders to recover
By nate.landas - Last updated: Thursday, August 1, 2013
We just came out with new soccer instruction from Marcus Wood (2010 NCAA D-III Champ)! He and his team previously set an NCAA record with a 145 game conference unbeaten streak. Discover the keys that make the 4-2-3-1 effective and where you can pick a bunch of fun drills for you and your team to work on.
Playing the 4-2-3-1 System
- Discover how the 4-2-3-1 system can provide defensive stability while still allowing your team to attack aggressively
- Identify the skills you need to effectively play the 4-2-3-1 system
- Learn to recognize which players on your team possess the skill and tactical awareness for each position
Defeating the 3-5-2 with the 4-2-3-1
- Discover the best way to break down the zonal defending of the 3-5-2
- Explore the competitive edge that the 4-2-3-1 can give your team
- Win critical battles on the flanks of the pitch
- Emphasize technical quality to enhance the effectiveness of the 4-2-3-1
24 Fun Activities for Youth Soccer
- Discover 24 activities that will help you develop a technical foundation for your team – and have a lot of fun doing it
- Learn eight great guidelines for creating a practice schedule that will help keep your players excited and involved
- See how to get your players as many touches on the ball as possible in every practice
- Learn the importance of employing game-oriented training activities to keep all players engaged and simulate match day play