Coaching advice

Here you’ll find practical, actionable advice from coaches in the women’s game covering most aspects of coaching a team. You’ll hear from experts in leadership, communication, health and wellness. You’ll also discover some invaluable insight into the menstrual cycle, its effect on players and how you can plan your coaching and support your players.

Lessons in learning

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Understanding how your players take things on board will help you build a rapport and turn you into a better coach, writes Uefa B coach JULIA WEST MORE

Finishing Touches

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A study of goals in the WSL may help shape your attacking practices. The FA’s women’s national coach developer KELSEY BYRNE explains... MORE

Embracing CHAOS

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Sessions do not have to look pretty to get results - in fact, planning for organised mess produces more realistic situations, argues CARL WILD MORE

How to keep your subs engaged

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With the chill winter winds blowing, and rain lashing down, being a substitute in grassroots football is no picnic. Whether it’s setting them tasks or labelling them ‘game-changers’, here are some tips and advice on boosting your bench MORE

Four ways to take remote control

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Professional and grassroots clubs were united in their response to Covid rules that stopped players gathering on the grass during lockdowns. In case we ever need it again, HANNAH DUNCAN gives you tips on how to make the most of remote training MORE

A design for life

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Surrey FA Education and Workforce Manager, UEFA B coach and FA Tutor, ASHLEY GUMBRELL, talks us through his six-step guide to designing session plans MORE

Analyse this

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As more grassroots clubs use video to review games, Scotland performance analyst GILL CAMPBELL tells you how to get the best out of your footage MORE

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