Soccer Tips ~ How to Build Team Chemistry – Online Soccer Academy

Soccer Tips ~ How to Build Team Chemistry – Online Soccer Academy


What’s going on? Little dap. It’s Jared Montz
former pro and founder of OnlineSoccerAcademy.com. In this soccer videos we are learning how
to build team chemistry. Team chemistry is important because it helps
you know your teammates better on the field and ultimately helps you win games. Plus playing
on a youth soccer team that is cool with each other is much better then playing on one with
a bunch of jerks! Share this video with your soccer coaches! On a side note did you know about the OnlineSoccerAcademy.com
search bar? Next time you think to comment and ask me how to play soccer or shoot with
the outside of your foot. Go to OnlineSoccerAcademy.com and type “outside” or “shoot” into the search
bar and bam! There is your football tips! I’m happy to help, but the search bar can
get your answer faster. Team Chemistry Ideas: Soccer Tips – Coaching
Soccer Most team chemistry is built off the field,
not on it. Here are a few ideas for you and your team! Be sure and share this OSA video
with your coach! Idea #1 – Hug Your Teammates! What? Hug each other? Yes, hug each other
when you get to practice. Or at least a little dap or something. There is a hormone in your
body called Oxytocin that gets released and shared between you and your teammate in a
weird kinda chemistry hormonal way when you make physical contact. They say this hormone helps incorporate trust
with your teammates and aggressive behavior towards outsiders. Example being other teams
you beat 3-0; they would be outsiders! I was at speech once and the person giving
it was saying that the common thread amongst Championship teams was high levels of Oxytocin.
These players were always hugging and high fiving each other and even the occasional
slap on the butt. Ever notice when you watch youtube videos
of Barcelona practicing in their warm ups they are always hugging on each other?? That Barca team is kinda good… Call me crazy…
but everyone likes a hug! Bonus Tip! After soccer training / football
training ask how their day was, how is school going, get to know them! Be social! Idea #2 – Have a Team BBQ or Movie Night A team that hangs out together competes together.
Ask your parents to organize a team BBQ, pizza party or movie night. Have everyone over,
create a FIFA playstation tournament or just chill out. But I’d suggest doing something
at your party to get people talking and to be social. I’m no party planner, but just
saying… My Captain at the Chicago Fire was Chris Armas
and he’d host BBQ’s at his house. Good times, good bonding. Bonus Tip! Be a good guest and bring something
to the party like cookies or dip and make sure you help clean up afterwards! Idea #3 – Volunteer at a Charity If there is a local food bank or a Habitat
for Humanity in your town get your team together and volunteer a few hours of your time to
help. The best pros give back to their communities. Idea #4 – Play fun games at the end of Practice
– Coaching Youth Soccer Stick around after training one night and
organize a soccer tennis tournament or soccer golf. Like 20 or 30 minutes. Get your teammates
laughing and cutting loose out there. Idea #5 – Play Practical Jokes Occasionally play some practical jokes on
each other! I’m not talking picking on each other or hurting someone’s feelings. I’m talking
funny, lighthearted jokes. Here are two suggestions. Cupcake joke. Get two of your teammates in
on it. Billy does this smell funny? Sara does this smell odd to you? Tim, does this smell
to you? Tim puts his nose towards the cupcake and as he’s smelling it, bam!! You pop it
in his nose! Don’t hurt poor Timmy, but a little pop so the frosting gets on there! Bonus Tip! Don’t eat it afterwards! Second suggestion. Bag strap trick. Your team
has all their bags lined up in a row, looking all professional. While you are “tying your
shoe” and no one is looking un strap Timmy’s bag strap and lay it on his bag so it looks
like normal. Then when all your teammates are grabbing their bags you can have a good
laugh when Timmy grabs his. Those are just a few ideas on how to create
team chemistry. How to coach soccer. Soccer/Football is fun, so enjoy it! Know when to have a good
time and when to be serious and focused. The best pros are the ones that are usually laughing
the most in the locker room and living life with a smile on their face! Soccer is Life! Hope you enjoyed this Online Soccer Academy
training videos of soccer. Like, favorite and share this video if you did and don’t
forget to Subscribe on YouTube or become a member and create your profile for free at
OnlineSoccerAcademy.com. Players all over the world use it and you can do game reviews
and track your progress! Post a comment; let me know what you think and how it worked for
you? My name is Jared Montz and Remember if you Believe in it® and back that up with
hard work, anything in life is possible! Believe in it®!

Antonio Breitenberg

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79 thoughts on “Soccer Tips ~ How to Build Team Chemistry – Online Soccer Academy

  1. Online Soccer Academy says:

    Like I said in the video, go to OnlineSoccerAcademy(dot)com and use the search bar! :))))) —- For outside of the foot shooting, click the "View All OSA Videos" button on your Online Soccer Academy profile (it's free, sign up if you are not a member) and then select the "Shooting" category; here you will find the "Soccer Shooting – Outside of Foot Shot with Power" video. It will help!.

  2. Online Soccer Academy says:

    Thanks! Yeah it's fit, we are excited about these Believe in it® shirts! We will be selling Believe in it® Apparel this fall at BelieveinitApparel(dot)com.

  3. Online Soccer Academy says:

    Any video you see, apply it to your weak foot. Be patient, it will take extra time to improve on it but you will.

  4. Online Soccer Academy says:

    You are too kind, thank you. I appreciate it.

  5. Online Soccer Academy says:

    LOL! That's awesome! Tell him I said good luck this season and go knights!

  6. Online Soccer Academy says:

    Thanks, I appreciate it! Glad I can help! We have lots of coaches that use our OSA videos to help them coach and to share videos with players. We release a new Online Soccer Academy video every Monday and we have 200+ videos for you on the "Videos" page of OnlineSoccerAcademy(dot)com. Enjoy! Let me know if you have any questions!

  7. Online Soccer Academy says:

    That's a tough one. Here's my advice play great, be confident but be humble. Be respectful. Maybe show up at practice with a cooler full of gatorades for everyone after training, that would be a cool thing to do. Help pick up stuff and be yourself. They will come around to you. They might just be shy too.

  8. Online Soccer Academy says:

    Thanks! Congrats on a great season! Good job coach! What school are you at? Do you coach club too?

  9. Online Soccer Academy says:

    You are welcome! Congrats on improving! You are a Believe in it® Athlete!

  10. Online Soccer Academy says:

    30

  11. Online Soccer Academy says:

    Don't do anything different against older players except play a tad faster then normal and be respectful. Work on speed of play a lot, that will help. For speed of play, click the "View All OSA Videos" button on your Online Soccer Academy profile (it's free, sign up if you are not a member) and then select the "Speed of Play" category; there you will find a lot of videos to help you.

  12. Online Soccer Academy says:

    Speed of play will help a lot! For speed of play, click the "View All OSA Videos" button on your Online Soccer Academy profile (it's free, sign up if you are not a member) and then select the "Speed of Play" category; there you will find a lot of videos to help you.

  13. Online Soccer Academy says:

    For opposite foot training click the "View All OSA Videos" button on your Online Soccer Academy profile (it's free, sign up if you don't have one) and search for the "How to work on your weaker foot" video. That will help a lot!

  14. Online Soccer Academy says:

    Go to BelieveinitApparel(dot)com and enter your email address to be alerted when we launch Believe in it® Apparel this fall. Then you can buy a Believe in it® shirt! Thanks!

  15. Online Soccer Academy says:

    Thanks!

  16. Online Soccer Academy says:

    The same team chemistry principles apply. Pro teams have players that are ranging from 18 to 35+.

  17. Online Soccer Academy says:

    LOL! Sorry to Timmy!

  18. Online Soccer Academy says:

    Poor Timmy!

  19. Bilal Farrukh says:

    How good must you be in order to play professionally? Is it impossible to play professionally?

  20. iplaycod056 says:

    My gold fish name is Timmy ;(

  21. Bilal Farrukh says:

    And can you please do videos on how to beat defenders in tight spaces?. Thankx a lot!!!

  22. Online Soccer Academy says:

    You must be very good. NO, IT IS NOT IMPOSSIBLE to play pro! The odds are small but someone has to play pro, why can't it be you?

  23. Online Soccer Academy says:

    Awwwww…. poor Timmy!

  24. Online Soccer Academy says:

    For attacking, click the "View All OSA Videos" button on your Online Soccer Academy profile (it's free, sign up if you are not a member) and then select the "Attacking" category; there you will find a lot of videos to help you. Or search on youtube for my Online Soccer Academy video tilted "How to do the Advanced Scissors" and that is one of many attacking videos I have.

  25. Matthew Bongiorno says:

    Great video Jared!

  26. gm7x says:

    in my squad i have good relationships with all of my teammates except two jerks..how do i deal with them?

  27. Jennifer Lee says:

    Great advice! This is the best ever online soccer training EVER!

  28. Online Soccer Academy says:

    Thanks Jennifer! Keep up the great work!!

  29. Kai Amarante says:

    Great video

  30. Online Soccer Academy says:

    There are 3 MLS teams in Canada and they all have youth academy teams. There is a chance to go pro in Canada; it's more then just hockey. Good luck!

  31. Online Soccer Academy says:

    Yes, I plan to do more in the future. For now… For speed of play, click the "View All OSA Videos" button on your Online Soccer Academy profile (it's free, sign up if you are not a member) and then select the "Speed of Play" category; there you will find a lot of videos to help you.

  32. Ryan Trevor says:

    i know timmy spanked you, but there is no reason to shove a cake in his face and mess with his bag

  33. Alex Rodriguez says:

    Hey have you ever thought of making an online soccer academy app for android and apple devices? I like watching your videos, and since almost everyone has smartphones, I think you will get more support and popularity for what you do. You deserve it.

  34. Online Soccer Academy says:

    LOL!

  35. Online Soccer Academy says:

    Thanks for the kind words. Yes, we have thought of building an app for mobile devices. We are a small team of 4 people at the Online Soccer Academy so we are working as hard as we can to make it the best we can for you and everyone else. Hopefully one day we will have an app. Be on the lookout! Thanks!

  36. Online Soccer Academy says:

    Yes, I do. Seattle Sounders get about 40K for every game and their city is full of people wearing Sounders jerseys. Future is bright, very bright for soccer in America.

  37. Online Soccer Academy says:

    Cool, have a great season!

  38. SuperGomwe says:

    So how long have you known Edinson Cavani?

  39. Mercedes Garcia says:

    Can we get a house tour please

  40. soccerlover3691 says:

    hey jared. I play winger and id say im good at it I just need to score a bit more, but last week our left back got injured so the coach put me there 4 the rest of the tournament and wants me to stay their bc he says I play very good there. but I don't like that position id rather play winger and he says I don't do wat he ses as a winger even if im probably the best on the team and idk wat he wants me to do. plz help

  41. Online Soccer Academy says:

    That's good team bonding! (LOL! Try to say butt next time as I try to keep the comments family friendly; not a bid deal and I'm not mad, just saying. Thanks!)

  42. Online Soccer Academy says:

    LOL! About 8 years!

  43. Online Soccer Academy says:

    It's actually a house/office and we call it the Training Ground. Maybe one day!

  44. Online Soccer Academy says:

    My advice is instead of fighting and resisting you take the position change as a challenge and rise to the occasion. Not to mention you can still attack when it's time to as a left back. A lot of great players change position and go off and do amazing things in their new position. Good luck! Side note, another coach may see you as a winger and not a full back; just the way it is. Control what you can control which is playing great!

  45. Asian Maradona says:

    hi there jared, A levels are coming soon theres soo much pressure to study as ive turned 17 now. everyone thinks im too old and I cant make it. when I was 16 I used to train 4 hours a day now im afraid I cant do as much as you or my competition D: Help jared. please answer my questions.

  46. Online Soccer Academy says:

    Glad I can help! Have fun improving!

  47. xSaturnn says:

    Poor timmy 🙂

  48. Online Soccer Academy says:

    You are not 70, you are 17. You are not to old. Be more confident. Being nervous before a game or try out is natural and happens to players at all levels, including pros. Click the "View All OSA Videos" button on your Online Soccer Academy profile (it's free, sign up if you are not a member) and search for the "How Not to Be Nervous Before a Game" video. That will help a lot! Also watch the "How to be Confident" video.

  49. Online Soccer Academy says:

    LOL! Poor Timmy!

  50. Action Jackson says:

    is a fake snake prank a good one to do to your team

  51. Online Soccer Academy says:

    Probably… as long as it's not a real snake!

  52. Action Jackson says:

    i would die if it was real

  53. ThundaNub Ubz says:

    1:44 Uh… No. Just… No.

  54. brandon barry says:

    Another way to help team chemistry is to have a team run

  55. Online Soccer Academy says:

    Good suggestion!

  56. 143RYANZCRY says:

    Hello , Can i ask , why i'm only good in practice? im too good in practice but in tournament. my Style of playing changes 🙁 and i can't concentrate when my teammate yelling "Pass it quickly" " Move quickly" need your help please. I'm 17 and i think i wont excel in soccer 🙁

  57. george valerio says:

    i have good desapline

  58. Peggy .G says:

    LOL 0:21

  59. Peggy .G says:

    Mario Ballotelli, not the best player but a good one. Look him up on Youtube.

  60. Online Soccer Academy says:

    It's probably because you are nervous. Being nervous before a game is natural and happens to players at all levels, including pros. Click the "View All OSA Videos" button on your Online Soccer Academy profile (it's free, sign up if you are not a member) and search for the "How Not to Be Nervous Before a Game" video. That will help a lot! Also watch the "How to be Confident" video.

  61. kingof206 says:

    True true.. Me and my best friend played on the same team and we played amazing together

  62. Eric Jones says:

    Hello Jared Montz! Im from Bulgaria(yeah I know this is not the famous country in the world) and I train in a club in my town. The name of this club is FC Rozova Dolina but I have a problem – i can play, i've got a technic but i am nervous and i can't play and I'm afraid to make a mistake because my teammates will twit me.
    Did you have the same problem when you were youth? Sorry for bad english. 🙂

  63. chriss sari says:

    this was posted on my birthday 😀

  64. Josh Bertram3 says:

    dear Jared I have a problem at school when we play soccer at lunch and not just in soccer but off the field. im a sociable person who is good at having conversation with people. real example last one of my close friends came up to me and wanted to talk to me but I was so foucusest on watch the soccer game we were playing playing at lunch.( I couldn t play cuz I loosing up muscle tightness in my thigh so I couldn't then) so I talked to him but it was so akward cuz my foucus wasn t on him. and off the field random kids come up to me sometimes and want to talk to me and im just foucus st on the present and just enjoying myself and feeling confident with the believe in it attude  its the same story I look akward to thoses people who just want to talk to me even though in my mind I don t feel like talking to them im just enjoying myself and living in  the present. I feel bad for doing that to thoses guys and girls not giving them my full attion and my positive energy like I usely have . can you help me with this problem its a problem on and off the field. thanks a lot

  65. Josh Bertram3 says:

    Ok thanks 🙂

  66. Eric Tran says:

    LITTLE DAP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  67. ganesh hegde says:

    Hi Jared. Ur videos are awesome ! but could u teach us about tactics of play like man marking and counter attacking cos we don't hav a coach here and we've got a tournament coming up . Thanks in advance !

  68. Fredrik Kirkedam says:

    Some good tips! 🙂

  69. Elliot Ruoo says:

    Slap in the butt?

  70. Jacob Humbert says:

    We play with two strikers, me being one, and the other striker was a ball-hog but I passed to him a lot and celebrated with him when he scored a goal, and eventually he started making more passes.

  71. Koora Beach Soccer says:

    Another reason why dorming players together in college is very crucial towards team chemistry. If it were me, I would room at least 4 together to truly build a team bond. Great video, loved it.

  72. Donner Tang says:

    I'm the junior of the teamates, and my seniors share a slightly different interests with me, and they're pretty cruel to me sometimes, I just try to be a team player and open up, but they just doesn't seem to appreciate it

  73. B4H says:

    Ronaldo disliked this video 😀

  74. Omar Habib says:

    Ronaldo disliked the video with 14 accoubts

  75. Nitin Chauhan says:

    thanks for the ideas buddy…

  76. Big Rex says:

    Little DAB

  77. kevin montoya says:

    Haaaa jokes on you, cant take off the strap

  78. Vansh Kukukhil says:

    bro my teammates name is jay and me and him have amazing chemistry we both got scouted for arsenal and we live right next to each other we both play very well together

  79. No Aim No Gain says:

    Very good tips! Specially the first one (0:48) 😄👌

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