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Built by Analysts, Coaches & Scouts working at the professional level of the game

 

A unique and modern learning experience using video interviews, tasks, articles by industry experts and footage from professional games. Delivered online and on-demand, so you can learn and improve whenever and wherever you like

 

Boost your understanding of how and when to include analysis into your coaching model

Learn how professional teams scout the opposition and build reports

Sharpen your skills as you look to forge a career in football

 

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Evidence-Based Coaching & Match Analysis

Evidence-Based Coaching & Match Analysis

The course is designed to help coaches, analysts and technical directors to make more informed decisions based on evidence rather than opinion. 100% online and on demand, you’ll read articles and watch videos from professional Coaches and Performance Analysts with experience at the highest levels of the game. Their insight and advice, coupled with case studies and tasks will help you, to think more purposefully about your team’s performances.

After completing the 15 modules, you will have a clear idea of how and why to measure and analyze your team’s match performances and how this can be achieved at your club. The course is designed so no matter what level you are currently involved in, there is something to take away.

With years of experience in the football industry, ranging from youth, to professional, our instructors have built a curriculum to help everyone.

As you progress through the modules, you will read articles, complete tasks and watch video interviews on analyzing your teams performances, before developing your own system of evaluation to suit your level of play and the resources you have available.

Using real data from the professional game, you’ll also be introduced to some basic principles of data analysis and experience how a coach can discover previously unknown trends as well as track key principles of play. Users taking this course will also be introduced to different video analysis and feedback software, ranging from elite-level used by professional teams, to amateur focused options more suitable for teams with fewer resources.

After completing the course you will have built an evidence-based match analysis plan for your own team

What are the course modules?

  1. Introduction
  2. How do you currently evaluate your performances?
  3. What is performance analysis & Why do we use it?
  4. Defining your playing philosophy
  5. Detailed investigation of attacking concepts
  6. Detailed investigation of defensive concepts
  7. Detailed investigation of set-pieces
  8. Re-visiting your playing philosophy
  9. Tools and software to aid with match analysis
  10. Building a measurement framework to evaluate your philosophy
  11. Individual player profiling and target setting
  12. Building targets into your training sessions
  13. Feeding back information to players
  14. Benchmarking a full season
  15. Submitting your Evidence Based Coaching & Match Analysis plan

Who are the contributors?

  • Matt Pilkington – Head Coach, New York City FC U19’s
  • Wilmer Cabrera – Head Coach, Houston Dynamo & Montreal Impact
  • George Gelnovatch – Head Coach, University of Virginia Men’s Soccer
  • Lucy Rushton – Head of Analysis, Reading FC & Atlanta United
  • Sam Lawson – Head of Analysis, U.S. Women’s National Team & Minnesota United
  • Oliver Gage – Head of Analysis & Player Recruitment, Houston Dynamo & Canadian Premier League
  • Ewan Sharp – Performance Analyst, New York Red Bulls
  • Mark Krikorian – Head Coach, Florida State University Women’s Soccer

 

Do I get a certificate of completion?

Yes. Once you submit your final project it will be reviewed and a certificate will be sent to you.

Who is this course for?

This course is tailored to suit any coach, technical director, general manager or performance analyst who wants to be more purposeful and specific when considering the performance of a team.

The step-by-step process of evaluating what to measure, why you will measure it and how to measure it, has been designed so coaches and other key decision makers can objectively consider team performances without being influenced by match results or key moments.

How long does it take to complete?

The average user takes 20-25 hours to complete the course. All of the modules are hosted online and on-demand, so you can log in wherever and whenever you’d like to continue your progress.

Sample course video content:

$100.00

(26 customer reviews)

Modern Attacking Play

Modern Attacking Play

Throughout this fully online and on demand program you’ll have access to video examples tied to playing data on world-class professional players and teams in the English Premier League. Using this information, we highlight principles of play, patterns and trends to help you better understand what makes the elite stand out from the rest. The program will include videos, graphs and shot maps to bring important information and concepts to you in an understandable way.

As you work your way through the 13 sections of this program, you’ll be introduced to concepts like the value of through balls, the importance of shot locations, cut back crosses, gegenpressing and transition. The program will also focus on decision-making in the final 3rd, and investigate world-class players like Sergio Aguero, Mohamed Salah, Raheem Sterling and Kevin de Bruyne.

Using video and data on the Premier League, this program will demonstrate what world-class teams like Liverpool, Man City, Tottenham, Arsenal, Chelsea and Man Utd do differently to the rest of the pack.

After completing this program, you’ll have a clear understanding of exactly what makes up modern day attacking play and the reasons why the best teams score more goals than their competition. You’ll understand what types of passes to encourage from your teams and players, how, why and where goals are scored by the very best, and understand what makes them different from the average player.

Built by professional player analysts and scouts, users will be introduced to the same concepts that saw Leicester recruit Jamie Vardy and Riyad Maharez and Liverpool decide to buy Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane.

Do I get a certificate of completion?

Yes – upon request

Who is this program for?

Modern Attacking Play is for any coach, technical director, analyst, scout or general manager who wants to better understand attacking play, develop better players and produce more dangerous teams. Using this information, we can deliver the right messages and feedback key information to our players to help them score more goals, more often.

How long does it take to complete?

The average user takes 7-10 hours to complete this program. All of the modules are hosted online and on-demand, so you can log in whenever you like to continue your progress.

 

What are the course modules?

  1. Introduction
  2. Understanding Goals
  3. Sergio Aguero
  4. The Best vs The Rest
  5. Crystal Palace Playmakers
  6. Crystal Palace Playmakers II
  7. Creating Chances
  8. Crossing & Heading
  9. Through Balls
  10. Cut Backs
  11. Pressing & Turnovers
  12. The ‘Big 6’
  13. Conclusion

$100.00 $60.00

(26 customer reviews)

Opposition Scouting & Analysis

Opposition Scouting & Analysis

As you progress through this fully online and on demand course, you will see real life examples of scouting reports and techniques used by elite level coaches and analysts in the professional, youth and college game.

Our syllabus is designed to educate users on the essential aspects of breaking down the opposition, highlighting strengths and weaknesses and introducing the ways in which coaches share this information with their players. With exclusive video interviews and reading material carefully selected by professional opposition analysts and scouts, learners will also be introduced to the principles of educating players to improve pre-game preparation.

Using real life data from professional football, participants will complete scouting tasks on set pieces, attacking and defensive concepts. Our unique final project asks the learner to break down a professional team and create a pre-game opposition report using the knowledge and skills they have learned before submitting it for for review from a professional Opposition Analyst.

What are the course modules?

  1. Introduction
  2. Why do we analyze the opposition?
  3. Key principles of report structure & provision of useful resources
  4. Using video to analyze the opposition in attack
  5. Using data to analyze the opposition in attack
  6. Using video to analyze the opposition in defence
  7. Using data to analyze the opposition in defence
  8. Analyzing set-pieces
  9. Analyzing individual players
  10. Using data to analyze individual players
  11. Presenting scouting information to players
  12. Involving players in the game planning process
  13. Incorporating scouting information into training
  14. Final task & scouting report submission

Who are the contributors?

  • Matt Pilkington – Head Coach, New York City FC U19’s
  • Wilmer Cabrera – Head Coach, Houston Dynamo & Montreal Impact
  • George Gelnovatch – Head Coach, University of Virginia Men’s Soccer
  • Lucy Rushton – Head of Analysis, Reading FC & Atlanta United
  • Sam Lawson – Head of Analysis, U.S. Women’s National Team & Minnesota United
  • Oliver Gage – Head of Analysis & Player Recruitment, Houston Dynamo & Canadian Premier League
  • Ewan Sharp – Performance Analyst, New York Red Bulls
  • Mark Krikorian – Head Coach, Florida State University Women’s Soccer

 

Do I get a certificate of completion?

Yes. Once you submit your final project it will be reviewed and a certificate will be sent to you.

Who is this course for?

This course is tailored to suit any scout, coach, technical director, general manager or performance analyst who wants to learn how to structure a professional level opposition analysis report using advice and insights from professionals who do this week in week out. The course also offers a soft introduction to the use of data in evaluating players and teams, which is becoming ever more important in the modern game.

How long does it take to complete?

The average user takes 15-20 hours to complete the course. All of the modules are hosted online and on-demand, so you can log in wherever and whenever you’d like to continue your progress.

Sample course video content:

$100.00

(15 customer reviews)