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Youth Soccer

Soccer Moves
and Feints

Youth Soccer

Soccer Training

Soccer DVD
for Coaches

Training Youth


ysi soccer coerver Do these videos make a difference?
"Without the Coerver Training System most youth players will NEVER progress to the point of being well rounded players with the individual skills needed to advance. This is not a 'FLUKE' or simple training session, but a proven system of development used by coaches and coaching programs around the world. It's EASY to see the difference in youth players that have been taught with them and those that have been taught without them."
Coach Primer, Youth Soccer Institute

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Who should buy them?
Any soccer coach or soccer parent that wants to take their training to the "next level". Without them they are simply missing the largest point in youth soccer training.
Individual skills are what youth players need to be taught.
Tactical training will not build better youth players. A team is made up of individuals, each with their own level of individual skills. Improve the individuals and you improve the team.

The Pyramid of Player Development

BALL MASTERY - Exercises where each player works alone with a ball at repetitions using both feet.

RECEIVING & PASSING - Exercises to improve a player's first touch, so important at all levels, and to encourage and teach accurate and creative passing.

MOVES (1 V 1) - Exercises and games that teach game - winning individual moves that can create space against the most packed of defenses.

SPEED - Exercises and games that improve acceleration, running with and without the ball and change of pace.

FINISHING - Exercises and games that teach technique and encourage instinctive play.

GROUP ATTACK - Exercises and games that improve small - group combination play with emphasis on fast break attack.

The Pyramid Approach combined with the Coerver® Coaching philosophy of graduated pressure allows players to quickly gain confidence and progress through the interconnected levels of the game.

The Five Disk Set: The five disk video series of Coerver Soccer Training is a complete and comprehensive training series that helps you better understand the Coerver Soccer training system. Over one million youth soccer players around the world have been trained using the Coerver soccer systems.

Basic information about the Coerver Soccer System
Coerver Method or the Coerver Coaching Technique is a soccer coaching technique created by Wiel Coerver.

By analyzing videotapes of various great players including Pelé, Wiel Coerver, Dutch coach of the 1970s, fragmented the vision and moves of his soccer players and devised a new concept in soccer which advocates that skill could not only be inherent with the young players but could also be passed onto in a comprehensive academic way.

Under this technique, players progress in a structured manner, pyramidal, from basics of soccer ball mastery to a tactically driven group attack. They would be exposed to the other essentials like Receiving and Passing, Moves (1v1), Speed and Lethal Finishing.

The 1 v. 1 moves learned in the Coerver Method are more generically known to soccer players as "Coerver moves." Examples of these include the scissors, double scissors, Rivelino move or step over, Matthews move, Puskás move or v-move, Maradona move or 360, Cruyff move, Scotch move, and Elastico. These moves are used to provide misdirection to get the defender leaning one direction, so that you can dribble past him. Many of these moves can be seen at

The central theme of all Coerver® Coaching concentrates on the improvement of both individual skills and small team group play, especially in the 6 - 14 age group. Coerver® Coaching believes that the game is made up of a series of movements and plays involving a small number of players (1v1, 2v2, 3v3 etc.) in different parts of the field. It is when they are linked together, or broken up defensively, that these small group plays make up a game of football.

Coerver® Coaching concludes that ultimately any system of team play is only as good as the players involved. It therefore focuses on individual development both alone and in the context of small group team play. This curriculum is delivered through the Pyramid of Player Development.


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