|Learn to coach soccer like the Dutch!
Dutch Soccer Vision, a Partner organization with CBC Dutch Touch International, has created a video series for soccer coaches that want to learn the methods, philosophies and approach of the world-renowned Dutch soccer training program.
The series is based on the real-world situations that you might find yourself in when training your own team. We filmed our very own Dutch Touch coaches, and then help you understand what they're looking for and trying to achieve with these developing players. Great for ages 8 and up.
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Total enjoyment from soccer
players are motivated practicing their sport, they'll learn more from it, and
therefore, become a better soccer player. So our aim is to get as much pleasure
from soccer as possible. From soccer training the most enjoyment can be gained
in situations where players can score as much as possible and also have to
defend. On a full size pitch children don't have enough touches on the ball and
therefore don't learn enough.
So we suggest that children up to the age
of 11 should play games with smaller sides and on smaller fields. This way they
become more in contact with the ball and in match-situation this improves their
an important aspect in the process of teaching soccer. Practice, practice and
practice again. Doing the same thing over and over again, which was in the
early days the case in the street.
||In Training this means:
having to wait
-- sufficient balls, goals, etc.
planning and organization
-- quality coaching
Contrary to former
street soccer training, matches are accompanied by adults. However, this isn't
always successful. It is a pity that youth soccer is often compared with soccer
played by adults. Often there are instructions given by coaches that the
children don't understand (also parents shouldn't get involved with the
That's why it is important that coaches understand how
children experience soccer and that they know how to make things clear to the
Teaching soccer, coaching soccer, requires a lot of knowledge
and understanding of the game.
The "Dutch Vision" on coaching is a
method designed to teach the youth in a better way.
We are convinced
that this is the way to develop better soccer players and to get more enjoyment
out of the game.
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The CBC Dutch
Touch International Soccer Program website has been in operation for one year
and our visitors have come from over 40 countries - that truly is
International. We feel very appreciative to all who visit the site and hope
that everyone can benefit in some way from the material posted. It is with
great pleasure to say that in just one year's time we have grown in many ways,
our programs have expanded, and the opportunities in the future look
We would like to extend an invitation to anyone
who would like to participate in our activities to please feel free to do so.
Whether you are in the St. Louis area, outside of Missouri, or even beyond the
USA, we would like you to feel welcome to join us in our clinics, camps and
Pre and post activity information is always posted. If you have
any questions, please feel free to contact us (go to the contact tab). We would
like to extend our operations to include anyone who would like to participate,
thus expanding the experience and exposure for everyone.
This summer at
our International Camp, in addition to the Dutch and German players, we will
have a player attending from Bermuda. It is exciting to offer this experience
to both the local players and the foreign ones. Everyone benefits from the
cultural exchange and the soccer experience is one that everyone will remember
for a long time.
Please consider participating in the activities
sponsored by the CBC Dutch Touch International Soccer Program as you
visit the website. We would love to have you with us.