How do you train to play from behind as they do in Spain, Barcelona and other major football teams? What are the keys your team must acquire and manage to be effective?
To score goals you have to shoot to the opposing goal. For that we must have the ball. Some teams prefer to attack from their own goal keeping possession and making advance.
What are the principles and fundamentals in football?
What must a player do from a tactical point of view to play football?
Where can we begin to teach young people to understand, read, interpret what is happening so that they can adapt and anticipate?
Discover the basic fundamentals, the phases, the sub – stages and the principles of the game to understand it and to teach it to your football team.
Football is a team sport with direct opposition, i.e. several players play against each other in a space they share, and that is more or less big. Except the player who plays as a goalkeeper, the other players are moving and will occupy the entire space being able to be distributed in infinite positions. To organize players in the space, lines and areas with different functions are established. This placement allows players to balance the strengths, weaknesses, both when the team has possession of the ball, and when it does not. Formations help and guide us to better understand the different placements and roles of the players on the pitch.
What must football players do when they are defending? How do they know what actions and roles should they undertake depending on where the ball is on the field? Should all defenders do the same tasks? We will explain the 30 functions and responsibilities that the players must learn to do when defending.
In football, the team that has the ball is said to be attacking; however the team that does not, is defending. You can go deeper on the offensive and defensive phases in this article. In a previous article we explained what players do when they are attacking. In this one, we'll explain the tasks that our players should do on defense. For this we will divide defense time in the following sub steps: a) pressure: we just lost the ball, b) retreat: we will go back to our area where we will defend the counter attack c) recovering the ball.