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Long Term Player Development
Soccer In Canada??
Nurture the talent of
Quality instruction from
an early age
Long term development
of the athlete
Mandatory coach/player ratio
Game result is not of primary importance
Canadian Soccer Association's Long-Term Player Development program (LTPD), the soccer-specific adaptation of Sport Canada's Long-Term Athlete Development program (LTAD).
No promotion and relegation from U12 and below
No league tables from U12 and below
Small-sided games with fewer players on the field (5v5 at U7 and U8, 7 v 7 at U9 and U10 and 9 v 9 at U11 and U12)
Ontario Player Development League (OPDL)
An elite league beginning at U13 in 2014 based on technical, facility and administrative/governance standards.
Has made a national record 84 appearances at the senior level
Played for Werder Bremen, Tottenham, Fulham, Monchengladbach
Chris White: Director of Admissions
Interactive Player Profiles -- http://powersoccer.ca
Interactive communication via Social Media
Continued relationships with existing partners
Continued Affiliation with Professional Clubs
Hosting Challenges and Showcases
U21 Team--->Pro Team
Place players with pro clubs and university programs
"Steve Patterson on soccer" -Jesse Dorais-
"Stephane Sessegnon - Sunderland Goals 2011-2012" -Sunderland Studios-
Mental Preparation for Performance
How ? Communication, Exercises, Practice
Who ? Player, Coaches, Parents
Traffic Lights Exercise...
Flow...In the Zone
-Don't use the Don'ts
-Ability to change focus
-Mental Preparation Young
-Mental Preparation needs
to be Practiced
-Communication in key
Case Study-1997 Team
England Trip 2011
my path to becoming
Written By: Paul Stalteri
Good week of training; ready to peak at the weekend
Good week of balanced nutrition and recovery
Discipline throughout the week with good sleeping habits and good routine.
Attending to little injuries or problems
Working on weaknesses in your game
Studying: Review of both last game and next opponents
How to prepare for
Most important component is “The Match” and how you perform
Attitude in training and dedication will help to influence coaches about which role you should play in “The Match”
Training and lifestyle lay the groundwork for the most important aspect of any sport and that is “Your performance during competition.”
Allows you to compete against the best consistently
Compare your progression
Intense competition results in more competitive games
Prepares you better when and if you reach a higher level
Higher standard for coaching, facilities, players, referees
PLAYING AGAINST BEST PLAYERS POSSIBLE
Learning from highly qualified coaches
Constantly seeking knowledge and advice to improve
Coaches who are constantly learning and working to improve will help you improve
Never missing training, games, workouts, gym sessions
Every opportunity you have to learn something new should be seized
Pick friends that understand your commitment and respect that you can’t always party.
discipline, dedication, sacrifice
many more touches on the ball to master technique and skill.
passing, shooting and crossing can be worked on with repetition.
**MAY ONLY GET 1 OPPORTUNITY IN A GAME
average time on the ball 1-2 minutes
average contacts 40-50
average contacts per possession 80-100
** Variations depending on the study
MANY BENEFITS TO TRAINING MORE
AND PLAYING LESS GAMES
training vs. games