Are you a football player who wants to learn how to play football better? Or are you coaching football? These articles will give you the training techniques to use in football training to improve you and your team’s football skills… To browse our library of free sports training articles, browse using the categories on the left or use the search box.
Kicking Training for Rugby and Football
Make sure your football coaching mentally prepares you for the second half!
Tournament Football : What Sven can learn from research in the lead-up to the 2006 World Cup
Stretching football: Stretching no help to kicking in football
Recovery training: active recovery (light exercise) is recommended over passive (resting) recovery for the removal of lactate
Recovery training decreases fatigue, accelerates physiological regeneration, enhances adaptation and decreases the risk of injury
Why football is good for children
Nutrition for football: 'Your role is to make sure there are no fat b******s in my team'
Hydration football - It used to be oranges in the centre circle... now it's a personal hydration strategy
Football managers - Who is there to support the managers? A psychologist reflects on survival techniques in a cut-throat world
Football referees - Dehydration problems for the men in black
Football fitness - The role of personal fitness in team success
Hamstring strains: the most common injuries in football
Football injury prevention
Developing the full range of strength in this exercise will give an athlete a very good level of hamstring strength
Soccer fitness training: Endurance training boosts performance in the field
Football and rugby teams pre-season training
Hip injuries in footballers - osteoarthritis of the hip
Michael Owen injury nightmare
Footballers are not in danger of experiencing brain damage
Fitness For Football: Endurance training boosts performance in the field
How to win the penalty shoot-out mind game
New research suggests soccer players need better nutrition
The Eyes: Soccer: What makes a topnotch football player different from a mediocre performer? One key difference is in the way their eyes move, according to researchers at the University of Liverpool and the University of Manchester.
Speed Parachutes: Displaying their bold maize and blue colors, the chutes billow out behind runners during workouts, attached by cords to the athletes' chests.
Top flight soccer refs cover 11k-plus per match, says new study
Training Dietary Regimes: You can lead a footballer to a proper diet, but can you make him eat it?