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Stanislaus United Soccer Club is an organization dedicated to the development and growth of youth, most from disadvantaged areas, through the sport of soccer.

Stanislaus United Soccer Club is an organization dedicated to the development and growth of youth, most from disadvantaged areas, through the sport of soccer.

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  • Prepared by: Antonio Reis Director of Coaching
  •  Stanislaus United Soccer Club is dedicated to the development and practice of soccer and futsal in a variety of categories and skill levels.  Stanislaus United Soccer Club will work with surrounding communities to raise the standards of soccer development, meeting the professional level requirements for competition and discipline.  Stanislaus United Soccer Club will follow eclectic education methodology to educate youth to sustain the best possible adult team yet encouraging players to attend college or move to professional clubs. Vision
  •  Create a sustainable community based soccer club that provides for development of competitive soccer while catering to the community wellbeing and the region’s youth needs.  Establish dominance in adult soccer competition by implementation of continuous improvement programs aiming at creating excellence in soccer development.  Establish a soccer culture emphasizing “fair play” and “lifelong love of the sport”.  Creation of an environment that develops a “sense of belonging” to a positive organization. Objectives
  •  It takes time to learn. (Patience)  Fast learners don’t perform any better once the technique is mastered.  Use every opportunity to emphasize fair play.  Play hard and clean.  The utmost respect to team mates and opponents.  Create players that understand the game.  Robots need programming for every situation.  Players need to adapt to the situation.  To master a technique, it requires repetition. (Manage your expectations)  Start simple and progress slowly.  Expect the player to have some difficulty and frustration. (be positive)  Don’t stop practice until technique is mastered.  The drill at the appropriate time, at the appropriate speed with the appropriate constraints. (Simple, easy and effective) Introduction to Player Development Theory
  •  Coach with the objective of teaching soccer.  If you are good at teaching, money and trophies will come.  Coach the player’s long-term needs first and than the team.  Don’t coach to win the season, coach to win the World Cup.  Use every opportunity to teach the basics.  Great strategic schemes are only good for a few games. Soccer basics are for the life of the player. Without basic skills the player can’t progress.  Coach everyone … at their skill level.  The club must not reject anyone.  We must assemble groups with identical skills to have effective development.  A unified set of development goals that span the entire Club spectrum and are visible to all players and parents.  Select and train groups with identical skills.  Provide challenging competition for the selected groups.  Provide education for all coaches to further promote soccer in the region. Introduction of Player Development to Coaches
  •  Be humble and cooperative with other coaches, clubs and sports.  Without them we can’t accomplish our objectives.  Always expect and portrait high ethical standards and honesty.  There is never a situation where unethical behavior or dishonesty are justifiable .  Manage players and parent expectations.  The right type of training, in the right amount at the right time.  A player must train at his/her skill level. Parents must accept the coach’s decisions.  A player must play in the game. If the competition is too high, place the player in a lower competition level.  Coach to serve the club’s main team.  The efficiency of the club’s development is based on the quality of the older players.  The goal of the player is to be selected for the top teams.  Move the players up but expect to have a team.  Elite players are expected to train and play up.  Coaches expected to release the top players without losing them.  Coordinate events to optimize players training schedules. Introduction of Player Development to Coaches
  •  U6 to U8  Some level of coordination with and without the ball.  Balance and psychomotor initiation.  Combination of tasks… sequence and simultaneous.  Wiliness to participate in games.  Emphasis on small sided games.  Training structure based on optimization of ball touches.  Progression from 1vs1 to 4vs4.  Two to three practices per week.  One small side game per week.  Everyone plays.  No standings  Balanced groups  Maintain poor definition of a team. (allow players to play in multiple teams) Player Development – What is expected, When
  •  U9 to U10  Good grasp of combination of movements.  Master basic contact with the ball.  Differentiation of force requirements.  Orientation of the ball on first touch.  Orientation of the player when receiving the ball  Adequate proficiency in passing, dribbling and shooting at moderate speed.  Good equilibrium.  High degree of creativity. (degree of success is not important)  Some level of group coordination.  Good understanding of 4vs4 exchanges.  Fair movement without the ball.  Fair level of communication between players.  Good anticipation and reaction.  Group works towards scoring and defending.  Good relation to the ball  Player wants the ball.  Player manages the ball. Player Development – What is expected, When
  •  U9 to U10 (cont)  Players are not conformed with loosing  Emphasis on small sided games.  Training structure based on optimization of ball touches.  Break down training modules into small pieces before attempting the desired final activity.  Provide enough repetition so that players master the basic techniques.  Always emphasize and demand proper execution of the basics.  Progression from 4vs4 to 9vs9.  Two to three practices per week of structured training. At least one hour per day of unstructured activity.  One small side game per week.  Everyone plays.  No standings  Balanced teams Player Development – What is expected, When
  •  U11 to U13  Players demonstrate significant ability to be trained.  Players show a positive attitude in practice and games.  Player shows enthusiasm and ability to concentrate.  Players have good individual technical ability on the ball.  Consistent passing on target.  Consistent management of ground passes.  Proper position while passing and receiving.  Timing and use of space on and to the ball.  Players have a high level of coordination with their movements.  Players are creative with coordination. (Success not so important)  While managing the ball. (dribble, change of speed, first touch passes)  While moving without the ball. (loosing mark, anticipate, mark)  Players demonstrate control of force when of striking the ball.  Power vs accuracy.  Strike zone.  Range. Player Development – What is expected, When
  •  U11 to U13 (cont)  Good team coordination.  Good understanding of 4vs4 plus keepers (futsal)  Excellent commitment to ball possession. (share it with the team while keeping it from opponents with the objective of scoring goals)  Group must be enthusiastic denying and scoring goals. (excessive dribbling and showmanship are not desirable. Disrespect and demeaning of any form to the opponent is not tolerated)  Players are fast to react and fast in the decision in how to intervene in the play.  Emphasis on technical awareness.  Training structure based on optimization of decision making.  Always practice with a ball.  Provide enough repetition so that players master the basic techniques.  Always emphasize and demand proper execution of the basics.  Evaluation and monitoring of individual players:  Fitness test- Cooper test and 20 meter beep test.  Speed test- 20 meters and 40 meters. Player Development – What is expected, When
  •  Emphasis on technical awareness. (U11 to U13 cont)  Physical Conditioning. (Other than with the ball)  Core training using the players own weight once per week.  Plyometric training twice monthly.  Agility training other than plyometric once per week.  Flexibility training.  Static flexibility training once per week.  Dynamic flexibility training in every practice and game.  Three practices per week of structured training. At least one hour per day of unstructured activity.  One game per week.  Everyone plays.  Elite players have a chance to play up.  Maximize play time to all players.  Evaluate players and plan specific training activities depending on performance. Player Development – What is expected, When
  •  U14 to U16  Players demonstrate level of commitment to the program.  Highly developed intrinsic desire to continue with the sport. Begin to be recognized as successful in soccer.  Player works towards total sports mastery.  Players master technical ability on the ball.  Reinforce the skill learned but with increased power and speed.  Develop pride in quality of play. (Professional soccer is entertaining)  Players start to develop substantial speed, strength, power and endurance.  Players develop self style of soccer. (based on sound basic skills)  Player establish specific position on the field  Player develops personal accountability for his/her decisions  Players starts to develop a lifestyle aligned with soccer.  Nutrition.  Behavior.  Responsibility. Player Development – What is expected, When
  •  Emphasis on perfecting individual technique. (U14 to U16)  Performance under pressure with increased speed and power.  Space awareness. (Individual ability to create space)  Defending  Attacking  Transitions  Emphasis on tactical development.  “Play like you practice” attitude.  Motivation to repeat the activity until the objectives are achieved.  Ability to motivate others to achieve the objectives.  Principals of offense.  Principals of defense.  Emphasis on physical conditioning.  Strength training and speed training once per week. (with ball whenever possible)  Power training twice monthly alternated with speed training. (with ball whenever possible)  Core training once per week.  Plyometric training twice monthly.  Agility training other than plyometric once per week.  Flexibility training.  Static flexibility training twice per week.  Dynamic flexibility training in every practice and game. Player Development – What is expected, When
  •  Everyone plays. (U14 to U16)  Elite players practice and play as a group.  Three to four practices per week of structured training. At least one hour per day of unstructured activity. (street soccer)  One game per week.  Maximize play time to all players.  Create a league program for the least able players so that it is possible for the players to play full games.  Evaluate and plan specific training to aid the needs of the individual player.  Evaluation and monitoring of individual players:  One minute, push-ups and sit-ups (30,40)  Fitness test- Cooper test and 20 meter beep test.  Speed test- 20 meters and 40 meters. (3.5 sec, 5.5 sec)  40 meters technical test.  Vertical jump. (60 cm)  300 meter shuttle  3 hop test.  Hop and leap test. (90%, 110% player’s height) Player Development – What is expected, When
  •  U17 to U19  Program for elite players only. (others play recreational soccer)  Players demonstrate high level of proficiency to play the game.  Player trains to win games.  Player works towards professional status.  Player loves to compete at the highest level.  Players master technical ability on the ball.  Reinforce the skill learned but with explosive power and speed.  Emphasize quality every time he touches the ball. (Professional soccer is entertaining)  Players develops endurance. (90 minutes player)  Players develop self style of soccer. (based on sound basic skills)  Player becomes proficient in a specific position on the field.  Player contributes for the leadership structure of the team.  Players ascertains a lifestyle aligned with soccer.  Nutrition.  Behavior.  Responsibility. Player Development – What is expected, When
  •  Emphasis on developing explosive speed of play. (U17 to U19)  Development of confidence with and without the ball.  Speed optimization in reaction, play perception and play anticipation.  Synchronization of communication and action speed.  Emphasis on tactical development.  Systematic approach to explore opponent’s weakness.  Motivation to repeat the activity until the objectives are achieved.  Ability to work with others in complex training to achieve the objectives.  Principals of offense.  Principals of defense.  Transition methods.  Emphasis on physical conditioning.  Strength training and speed training once per week. (with ball whenever possible)  Power training once per week alternated with speed training. (with ball whenever possible)  Core training once per week.  Plyometric training twice monthly.  Agility training other than plyometric once per week.  Flexibility training.  Static flexibility training twice per week.  Dynamic flexibility training in every practice and game. Player Development – What is expected, When
  •  Everyone plays. (U17 to U19)  Elite players practice with main team once per week.  Elite players play with main team at the main team’s coach request.  Maximize play time to all players.  Three to four practices per week of structured training. At least one hour per day of unstructured activity. (street soccer)  One game per week.  Evaluate and plan specific training to aid the needs of the individual player.  Evaluation and monitoring of individual players:  One minute, push-ups and sit-ups (30,40)  Fitness test- Cooper test and 20 meter beep test.  Speed test- 20 meters and 40 meters. (3.5 sec, 5.5 sec)  40 meters technical test.  Vertical jump. (60 cm)  300 meter shuttle  3 hop test.  Hop and leap test. (90%, 110% player’s height) Player Development – What is expected, When