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Secrets to Soccer, Secrets to Sports

Online Coaching
and Training

The S2S tool offers:
For the Coach:
  • a library with practices, readymade sessions and other resources
  • prepare training sessions, season and development plans
  • game management
  • communication system
  • reports and statistics for teams and players
  • design tools to prepare own drills
  • information to parents
For the Player:
  • training better at home
  • being prepared for the training sessions
  • log book per season and accumulated
For the Management:
  • overview all coaching and training activities
  • field scheduling
  • equipment management
  • quality assurance
  • information system
Now also includes:
Readymade training sessions per age group
with selected favorite drills
Product upgrades are included in the price

Today's soccer skill

Individual technique - Ball control - looking up before you receive the ball
Below you will find one of the totally 156 soccer skills that are presented in the S2S tool.
In the ARCHIVE we have selected 50 of the most fundamental skills and drills for youth and grassroots.
To find out more about all the features of the S2S tool, please click on DEMO.
To select the product version that suits you best, click on SUBSCRIBE.
Demonstration practice
When you subscribe, you will also find:
Drill practices, Game practices and Practice at home, as well as more general coaching points ("Secrets").
Play e.g. three against three with five-metre goals. Score by rolling the ball in from a maximum of ten metres. Play with a maximum of two touches. The players look up the whole time to check what to do with the ball when they receive it.
The players practise looking up before they receive the ball, moving before their opponents and e.g. feinting a pass when the ball is on the way to them.
The player can have as many touches as he/she wants when intercepting, then only one touch.
Coaching points (here we call them SECRETS):
  • When the ball is on the way to you, it is good if you have already looked up
  • This will have enabled you to check what you can do with the ball when you receive it
  • You have checked your team-mates and your opponents positions and what they are doing
  • You will automatically see solutions to situations even before you receive the ball
  • It is then easier to carry out a skill effectively as soon as you receive the ball
  • At the same time, try to move before your opponents as often as possible
  • This gives you even more time and space to carry out your skills
  • This means that you get the greatest possible use out of your technique
  • Move early, e.g. by performing a feint while the ball is on the way to you
  • It is good to keep your opponents at a suitable distance, for example
  • This also gives you even more time and space e.g. to get control of the ball