SportsLab360: Attacking Runs


      This month's theme takes focus on attacking runs. It will be available through the month of August exclusively to Cal North members at no cost.

      In our ongoing and continued effort to bring you valuable content, we've partnered with SportsLab360 to bring you a new player development module each month. SportsLab360 provides an accessible, practical, organized, and easy to-use program that is focused entirely on tactical development. 

      "I highly encourage all coaches to experience this great learning tool with their players this month! The user friendly platform allows players to learn tactics in a fun way during a time when teaching tactics is virtually impossible with the current COVID restrictions." - Kevin Crow, Cal North Technical Director

      Here's how it works: 
      Assign the SportsLab360 modules to your team and players, customize the content to suit your style of play, track the scoring of your players, and even tap into the library of session plans that they offer.

      As a soccer player, understanding how and when to make dangerous runs forward is a necessity for any position. In working through this module, you will learn about four different types of runs you can make. You will learn what they are, how to recognize cues to make them, and of course how to properly execute them. The module concludes with a quiz to test your Soccer IQ and challenge your teammates!

      Here are two available modules you can share with teams this month:

      9 v 9 
      11 v 11

      SportsLab360 Cal North August Module Graphic


      Learn more by visiting SportsLab360

      SportsLab360 modules consist of three parts: A video, lesson, and quiz. The video utilizes real game film to introduce and illustrate the tactical concept. The lesson is an interactive experience that presents the players with 3D-animated scenarios and challenges them to make the "right" decision. The quiz includes 5 questions to review and check for understanding, and helps coaches identify potential tactical areas of development.



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