A set piece is one of many ways by which a team gets an advantage to create a chance for a goal.
It is also sometimes referred to as a “set-play” or a “dead ball”.
As is the case with open play goals, a set-piece goal can be a result of -great teamwork, a mistake from the opponent, a training ground move, or individual brilliance.Continue reading
There are two reasons you may want to download a soccer field diagram.
Either you want to:
(1) Learn about the specific lines and areas of the pitch
(2) Download a blank soccer field template to draw on
I’ve got both covered in this post.Continue reading
A soccer statistics spreadsheet will help you track individual and team stats throughout the game.
This can help you to identify weaknesses and strengths (individual and team), assist you to adjust the team’s gameplan, and can be a big motivator for players.Continue reading
3v3 soccer is great not only for honing your technique but also for further understanding space, speed, and strategy.
These ‘small-sided’ games see two teams of three players each.
Unlike traditional matches, 3v3 soccer sees players constantly switch between playing offense and defense.
To help you play and enjoy this fast, frenetic, and fun game, let’s take a look at how to set up a match and what rules apply.Continue reading
While friendly kickabouts can be as short or as long as you like or have time for, organised soccer matches in a league or at a club last a specific amount of time. So, just how long is a soccer game? This ranges from 90 minutes for adults to just 20 minutes for the youngest age groups. Matches […]Continue reading