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ChampCoach Soccer Membership

Featuring over 100 full-length Soccer coaching videos from an amazing collection of Hall of Fame, NCAA Championship-winning & High School Championship-winning coaches and former players such as: Anson Dorrance, Jay Martin, Schellas Hyndman, George Gelnovatch, Elmar Bolowich, Bobby Clark, Randy Waldrum and many, many more!

Every Topic Covered!

Whether you want to learn the details on setting up a new formation, whether you want to sample what NCAA Championship coaches like Becky Burleigh, George Gelnovatch or Anson Dorrance do for player development in their practices, or, if you are looking for insights into optimal training methods, ways to correct errors, a deeper understanding of successful coaching methods and strategies, new drills, and insightful, in-depth ideas for in-season/pre-season practice planning, ChampCoach Soccer contains all the valuable video instruction you need!

From the Unrivaled, Award-Winning Championship Productions Studios in Ames, Iowa!

If you are familiar with Soccer coaching videos, then you are familiar with Championship Productions! Championship Productions' founder, Hall of Fame Track/Cross Country Coach Bill Bergan, invented the instructional sport video in the 1970s. Championship Productions has always been on the leading-edge, featuring the most successful coaches on film ever since! As we have transitioned from VHS to DVD to instant-stream videos, hundreds of thousands of soccer coaches all over the world have benefited from in-depth demonstrations of mechanics and technique, drills, practice planning ideas, and, from seeing how the best coaches in the world run their practices to enjoy consistent, hard-earned success.

Championship Productions has been long recognized as the world's leader in sport instructional videos and has been showered with numerous Telly Awards (the highest award in video programming) but most importantly, with praise and gratitude from coaches of Soccer programs for all that we have allowed them to learn and subsequently, teach, to their teams for the past 40+ years!


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Training with Low Numbers - Defense

with Paul Jobson,
Baylor University Women's Head Coach;
United States Soccer Federation "A" Licensed Coach;
2018 Big XII Conference Champions;
2018 NISOA-NSCAA Intercollegiate National Merit Award;
2018 United Soccer Coaches Midwest Regional Staff of the Year;
Back-to-back NCAA Elite Eight appearances (2017, 2018);
2x Big XII Conference Championships (2012, 2017)

p>Whether you coach club, high school, college or even at the professional level, there will always be times when you are unable to train with your full team. Training with low numbers is always an issue at some point of the season!

In this video, Paul Jobson demonstrates how he teaches defending, even with low numbers at his practices, and, how your sessions can still be effective with the numbers you have. Throughout the video, Coach Jobson shows five different concepts that will help your team not only defend, but also transition quickly and react accordingly to where they are on the field. Jobson provides in-depth illustrations on the field to show ideas on how to defend with low numbers and transition quickly on both sides of the ball.

Defensive Drills

Learn how to train your team to defend with low numbers using some of Coach Jobson's favorite drills. He explains the teaching points he emphasizes during the drills, including:

  • Learning how to utilize time to sprint to beat the ball and press effectively.
  • How to take advantage of transitional moments to benefit your team defensively.
  • The proper shape, distances and angles needed to defend in small groups.
  • How to defend to quickly start a counter attack.

Practice Segments

Coach Jobson breaks down the five main concepts he teaches. He begins by showing a passing pattern he uses when numbers are low to get players warmed up before the session starts. "Wine Glass Passing" allows players to sharpen their passing and receiving skills, including how to properly receive a pass and quickly combine in tight spaces. This exercise is unopposed and progresses in which players can combine in different ways.

The second segment that Coach Jobson covers is what he calls the "Three Grid Game." This is where he trains his players to defend in groups of four and clarifies the roles and responsibility of the first, second, third & fourth defender. Jobson and his assistant also address the angles and distances between defenders by asking some important questions throughout the drill. The exercise progresses and allows players to add an element of transition, which forces the athletes to have to think and react on a totally different level than before.

The third segment of the video is a drill that Coach Jobson calls "4 Ball Game". In this drill, players are separated into a back four in a functional setting, illustrating the principles needed to defend in a back four. The drill starts in a 4v4 situation where the coach walks through how the back four should defend on top of the box and what key areas need to be addressed. After players have a firm grasp of the concepts, Jobson progresses by adding a center forward and a holding midfielder to make the situation even more game-like in a 5v5 setting. This small sided game does a great job of keeping players on their feet and alert to defending spaces at a moment's notice.

In the fourth drill, Coach Jobson shows how to defend when your players have a holding a midfielder in front of them in a 6v5 game. Here, you can add attacking restrictions to force defenders to react quickly against a high-tempo attacking team. The back four must learn when and how to drop and shift according to the ball movement while also being aware of the space behind them and their goalkeeper. Additionally, Jobson helps the back line with spacing and body shape on how to defend when opposing team attempts to play behind your defense.

The fifth and final segment features a half field 6v6 small sided game with two counter goals. The Baylor staff continu

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Training with Low Numbers - Attacking

with Paul Jobson,
Baylor University Women's Head Coach;
United States Soccer Federation "A" Licensed Coach;
2018 Big XII Conference Champions;
2018 NISOA-NSCAA Intercollegiate National Merit Award;
2018 United Soccer Coaches Midwest Regional Staff of the Year;
Back-to-back NCAA Elite Eight appearances (2017, 2018);
2x Big XII Conference Championships (2012, 2017)

p>In this video, Paul Jobson demonstrates how he teaches attacking and how your sessions can be effective with any size group at practice. Throughout the video, Coach Jobson shows four different concepts that will help your team not only attack, but also transition quickly and react accordingly to where they are on the field. Jobson provides in-depth illustrations on the field to show different ideas on how to attack with low numbers and to transition quickly on both sides of the ball.

Attacking Games

You will learn how to use low numbers to teach the attacking side of the game. Coach Jobson explains the teaching points he emphasizes during the games, including:

  • Movement off the ball to create the spaces needed to be dangerous in the attacking third.
  • Importance of attacking shape when attacking with pace.
  • How the use of 1-2 touch, combination play, and speed of play can be vital when going to goal to finish.

Practice Segments

Coach Jobson begins by showing how he puts his players in a functional passing pattern that incorporates wing play. The emphasis in this particular drill is players develop a sense of technical execution to penetrate behind an opposition's back line. This includes cutting the ball back, early crosses, finishing, and the types of runs needed from your strikers. Once players start developing confidence, he progresses this exercise to force an element of decision-making based on the receivers' first touch and decision on their first pass.

The second segment that Jobson includes is titled "3v1 to 2v1 Breakout to Goal". It's here that he shows the importance of wingers and their movement in the attack and decision-making on and off the ball. During this game, players are given plenty of repetition at not only runs from the wings, but also attacking with speed toward the goal.

After a firm grasp from the players, Coach Jobson progresses to a 3v1 to 3v2 breakout game. Here, the Baylor staff allows one additional attacker to follow the attack, but also allows one defender from the 3v1 box to recover to put more pressure on the attack team. This progression forces players into a more game-like setting.

In the third segment, Coach Jobson shows the "2v1 to 3v2 Transition Game". Players are taught the importance of transition when it comes to attacking play in this high-tempo and fast-paced small sided game. Your athletes will learn the decision-making process when attacking numbers up and attacking with speed. Players are originally placed in a 2v1 situation and quickly transition into a 3v2 look. A high emphasis is placed on maintaining proper attacking shape, body position, and having a quality end product.

The fourth and final segment features Jobson placing his players in a 6v5 to goal game in a phase of play setting using half the field. This puts players in a functional setting to replicate their 4-3-3 system. Jobson and his staff promote quality attacking play, which includes 1v1 situations, how to break lines, what they do when possession is lost, and what to look for when players are attacking from the middle to final third.

This video will teach you the correct technical and tactical elements of attacking in terms of placement vs. power finishing, proper runs that need to be made in the box when attacking the goal, how to incorporate the team and not just the forwards/strikers, and how the use of combination play and speed of play can help you gain that extra advantage when attacking. Coach Jobson has low numbers practice sessions mastered!

60 minutes. 2019.

DVD
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Training with Low Numbers - Possession to Penetrate & Transition

with Paul Jobson,
Baylor University Women's Head Coach;
United States Soccer Federation "A" Licensed Coach;
2018 Big XII Conference Champions;
2018 NISOA-NSCAA Intercollegiate National Merit Award;
2018 United Soccer Coaches Midwest Regional Staff of the Year;
Back-to-back NCAA Elite Eight appearances (2017, 2018);
2x Big XII Conference Championships (2012, 2017)

This video featuring Baylor's Paul Jobson shows four different concepts that will help your team defend, attack, and transition quickly to react accordingly to where your players are on the field. Coach Jobson provides you with ideas on how to reinforce concepts in multiple areas of the game during limited practice time.

Points of Focus

You'll see how you can train your team to possess for penetration and how to quickly press to win the ball back as fast as you can. Jobson explains the teaching points he emphasizes during the exercises, which include:

  • The movement and supporting angles needed from supporting players.
  • Reactions needed to win the ball back.
  • Reading the play and making proper decisions based on positioning.
  • The small details needed to be a technical attacking team.
  • The importance of scanning and checking your shoulder for better vision.

Practice Segments

Coach Jobson breaks this video down into four small sided games. First, he begins by addressing the key technical elements needed for quick ball circulation, body position and the ability to possess in a dynamic setting by showing us his two-sided 3v1 game. The emphasis in this possession game is that players develop a good sense of rhythm when passing and making sure the angles of support are correct. This is a great high-tempo game that all of your players will enjoy.

The second small sided game is a 3 Zone Game. It's here that Jobson is able to cover the two main topics of the session: possession to penetrate using the thirds of the field and transitional moments. You'll see how to train your players to play using the correct shape and decision-making to be able to play through pressure and tight spaces to find a target player. It's during this exercise that Jobson also lays the foundation of getting into good habits of reaction when losing and winning the ball.

In the third game, which he calls "5v5 Transition Game," Jobson uses half of the field with two counter goals. You'll learn a dynamic way of teaching the use of quick ball circulation and the ability to counter-press when the right moment occurs. Throughout this small sided game, Jobson stresses the importance of off-ball movement and how essential it is to have quick reactions in a competitive environment. As his staff puts it, "transitional moments are a mentality that must be embraced by everyone!"

The fourth game is 6v0 fun cool down game where players work in groups to juggle and finish inside the 18-yard box. Jobson brings out his ball machine, which allows balls to be played in the box consistently. Players have three touches each to find all six players and finish without the ball touching the ground.

This video will show you how Coach Jobson trains his team to possess to penetrate and how to apply certain transitional moments. You will learn how important it is to maintain correct body shape, time runs, and make good decisions during different situations on the field.

83 minutes. 2019.

DVD
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Training with Low Numbers 3-Pack
RD-05574A:

with Paul Jobson,
Baylor University Women's Head Coach;
United States Soccer Federation "A" Licensed Coach;
2018 Big XII Conference Champions;
2018 NISOA-NSCAA Intercollegiate National Merit Award;
2018 United Soccer Coaches Midwest Regional Staff of the Year;
Back-to-back NCAA Elite Eight appearances (2017, 2018);
2x Big XII Conference Championships (2012, 2017)

p>In this video, Paul Jobson demonstrates how he teaches attacking and how your sessions can be effective with any size group at practice. Throughout the video, Coach Jobson shows four different concepts that will help your team not only attack, but also transition quickly and react accordingly to where they are on the field. Jobson provides in-depth illustrations on the field to show different ideas on how to attack with low numbers and to transition quickly on both sides of the ball.

Attacking Games

You will learn how to use low numbers to teach the attacking side of the game. Coach Jobson explains the teaching points he emphasizes during the games, including:

  • Movement off the ball to create the spaces needed to be dangerous in the attacking third.
  • Importance of attacking shape when attacking with pace.
  • How the use of 1-2 touch, combination play, and speed of play can be vital when going to goal to finish.

Practice Segments

Coach Jobson begins by showing how he puts his players in a functional passing pattern that incorporates wing play. The emphasis in this particular drill is players develop a sense of technical execution to penetrate behind an opposition's back line. This includes cutting the ball back, early crosses, finishing, and the types of runs needed from your strikers. Once players start developing confidence, he progresses this exercise to force an element of decision-making based on the receivers' first touch and decision on their first pass.

The second segment that Jobson includes is titled "3v1 to 2v1 Breakout to Goal". It's here that he shows the importance of wingers and their movement in the attack and decision-making on and off the ball. During this game, players are given plenty of repetition at not only runs from the wings, but also attacking with speed toward the goal.

After a firm grasp from the players, Coach Jobson progresses to a 3v1 to 3v2 breakout game. Here, the Baylor staff allows one additional attacker to follow the attack, but also allows one defender from the 3v1 box to recover to put more pressure on the attack team. This progression forces players into a more game-like setting.

In the third segment, Coach Jobson shows the "2v1 to 3v2 Transition Game". Players are taught the importance of transition when it comes to attacking play in this high-tempo and fast-paced small sided game. Your athletes will learn the decision-making process when attacking numbers up and attacking with speed. Players are originally placed in a 2v1 situation and quickly transition into a 3v2 look. A high emphasis is placed on maintaining proper attacking shape, body position, and having a quality end product.

The fourth and final segment features Jobson placing his players in a 6v5 to goal game in a phase of play setting using half the field. This puts players in a functional setting to replicate their 4-3-3 system. Jobson and his staff promote quality attacking play, which includes 1v1 situations, how to break lines, what they do when possession is lost, and what to look for when players are attacking from the middle to final third.

This video will teach you the correct technical and tactical elements of attacking in terms of placement vs. power finishing, proper runs that need to be made in the box when attacking the goal, how to incorporate the team and not just the forwards/strikers, and how the use of combination play and speed of play can help you gain that extra advantage when attacking. Coach Jobson has low numbers practice sessions mastered!

60 minutes. 2019.


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