WOSPAC-Korea offers courses taught by the Catalan Football Federation where different technical and tactical concepts of the philosophy of Catalan football are covered in great depth.

During these courses, the keys to the model of play and training methodology used by the best teams in the world like FC Barcelona will be taught. People who complete these courses receive an FCF diploma. Every course includes 1 cap and 1 shirt.

The variety of programs that SOCCER Coach offers is very wide and they are aimed at all types of people interested in becoming pro soccer coaches of, above the age of 16. Also we offer courses with different duration: from 1 day to 2 weeks. Below you can see all the details of different courses that we offer.

AVAILABLE COURSES:

BUILDING A MODEL GAME BASED ON THE CRITERIA OF THE CATALAN SOCCER FEDERATION AND TASKS

ABSTRACT

Currently in football, team play and team organizational behavior around the time of the game, becomes an essential part of training to achieve consistencies in the game. The Catalan football has always been identified and characterized to develop a style of positional and short play.

This course will focus on providing practical guidance to the coach to develop the offensive collective behaviour from the start, the progression in the game, consistent with the characteristic of the short style play and finishing. The collective behaviour of defense from the start, defending the progression of the ball and the defending finishing will be developed. However many teams promote their attack based on the direct play and therefore also deal with both their offense and defense. Moreover, many of the successful wins of today have been achieved by taking advantage transitional play.

OBJECTIVE

To provide practical guidance to the coach to develop offensive and defensive collective behaviour and transition offense behaviours (counters) and defensive transition (pressure and / or retraction). Finally we will also provide practical guidance for planning the different principles of collective game that the coach focuses and optimizes the team’s game model on.

CONTENTS

·       Contextualization of team play:

          o   The moments of the game: the offensive organization, transition offense, defense and transition offense organization

          o   The collective behaviour in the offensive organization: the start, progression, finishing and direct play.

          o   The collective behaviour in transition offense: the counterattack and the initiation of the offensive organization

          o   The collective behaviour in the defensive organization defending from the start, progression, finishing and direct play.

          o   The collective behaviour in defensive transition pressure and withdrawal, pressure and withdrawal.

·       The conditioning phase of the time on offense offensive organization of collective behaviour from the start, progression in the game, direct play and end; pressing area, type of marking offensive players and defensive players.

·       The conditioning defensive phase, the defensive organization of time defending the collective behaviour from the start, defending the progression of the ball, play defense and defense of direct finishing; pressing area, type of marking, the number of offensive players and the number of defensive players.

·       Modelling practice offensive and defensive collective behaviour: the description of a situation and the coordination team, players and individuals.

·       Previous attempts to analyze game situations of the different collective behaviours in transition offense criteria: the recovery zone, pressure / no pressure of the player with the ball, the offense provision and types of transitions.

·       Must have criteria to analyze game situations of the different collective behaviours in defensive transition criteria: the area start pressing, marking the type and behaviour of the defensive players.

·       Practical examples of counter behaviour, initiating the offensive organization, press and / or withdrawal: the description of a situation, coordination and coordination between players player.

·       The planning of team play:

          o   The planning process of individual, group and team.

          o   The phases of the planning process

·       The principles of team play: definition, instructions, practical examples and methodical considerations for working each of the principles.

·       Methodical work for the collective behaviour offensive and defensive as well as offensive and defensive transition strategies: series games, matches and possession ball.

CONSTRUCTION WORK TO TRAIN SET MODEL BASED ON METHODOLOGICAL CRITERIA

ABSTRACT

The present course will focus on providing methodological guidance to the coach to optimize the tasks in order to train the desired content base regarding some concept about the game model. The focus of it will be the didactical strategies of the waves, conservation and match.

OBJECTIVE
To provide methodological guidance to optimize the coach tasks in order to train what is desired based on some concept of the game model content. The focus will be the same teaching strategies series games, matches and possession ball.

CONTENTS
• Contextualizing methodological guidance used for training.
• The teaching strategies; series games, matches and possession ball.

SCOUTING (VIDEO ANALYSIS) AND NEW TECHNOLOGIES

ABSTRACT

Nowadays, football and new technologies are closely related concepts. A good example is a “scouter”, which exists in almost all professional teams technical templates, who is responsible for recording all the teams’ games and also their opponents.

OBJECTIVE

To provide expertise to the coaches and / or assistant football teams in the field of scouting.

CONTENTS

The course of new technologies is divided into 4 modules that represent areas that the coordinator of a football club should be in control of.

  • Introduction of new technologies.
  • Programs for presentations (PowerPoint).
  • Programs to visual analysis (Kinovea, LongoMatch …).
  • Dropbox.