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Increase your team’s offensive effectiveness!

The offensive process in a soccer game begins right after the ball is recovered, either by tackling, throwing, or goal kick. From that moment on, the main objective of the team in possession of the ball is to finish in goal.

Depending on each football team and each coach, the preferred form of attack types may vary. However, we can define three main types of attack: the counterattack, the positional attack, and the fast attack.

To help coaches and technical teams prepare their teams’ offensive systems, we have prepared a new video with attacking exercises.

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Check the coaching points of our suggested exercises below:

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 Coaching Points
– Decision making; change of direction and speed; deception; setting up defender; protecting the ball; vision; delay and channel; timing and decision to tackle; angle and distance of cover; intercept pass; the changing role of pressure and cover; visual and verbal communication.

4vs4-and-1vs1-tactical-soccer4 vs 4 and 1 vs 1

 

Coaching Points
Quick transitions; fast-paced; change of direction and speed; deception; set up defender; protect the ball; vision; close control; angle, distance, and timing of support; body position — open to the field; decision making; verbal and visual communication.

4vs4-passing-game-tactical-soccer4 vs 4 Passing Game

 

Coaching Points
– Angle, distance, and timing of support; vision; body position – open to the field; decision making; verbal and visual communication; first touch; communication; quick decision making; accuracy; the speed of play.

4vs4-with-cone-goals-tactical-soccer4 vs 4 with Cone Goals

 

Coaching Points
Quality of preparation touch; aggressive and positive mentality; vision and anticipation; placement versus power; positioning to gain an advantage; angle, distance, and timing of support; body position – open to the field; decision-making; verbal and visual communication.

5vs4-bal-feeders-tactical-soccer5 vs 4 Ball Feeders

 

Coaching Points
– Weight of pass; accuracy; first touch; angle, distance, and timing of support; vision; decision making; verbal and visual communication; quick transitions; switch point of attack; set up defender; change of speed & direction; protect the ball; close control; angle and speed of approach; control and restraint; delay and channel; angle and distance of cover; intercept pass; change the role of pressure and cover; visual and verbal communication.

5vs5-match-condition-tactical-soccer5 vs 5 Match Condition

 

Coaching Points
– Deception; set up defender; change of speed & direction; protect the ball; vision; close control; quality of preparation touch; aggressive and positive mentality; vision and anticipation; placement versus power; quick finish; quick transition.

7vs5-numbers-up-tactical-soccer7 vs 5 Numbers Up

 

Coaching Points
– Angle, distance, and timing of support; vision; body position – open to the field; decision making; verbal and visual communication; aggressive and positive mentality; placement versus power..

box-passing-with-neutrals-tactical-soccerBox Passing with Neutrals

 

Coaching Points
– Angle, distance, and timing of support; vision; body position — open to the field; decision making; verbal and visual communication; quick finish; aggressive and positive mentality; vision and anticipation; placement versus power; positioning to gain an advantage.

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