In Style section you can quickly customize and create your own soccer team jersey, formation and field template. Currently there are four different kit(including shirt or circle shaped) designs and five football pitch templates. To build a 5-a-side, a 6-a-side, a 7-a-side, a 8-a-side or a 9-a-side formation change "Player Count" value.
U.S. Soccer tends to favor a 4-3-3 formation. Two common variations of the 4-3-3 formation are a defensive setup and an attack-minded setup, based on where the 8 lines up. Generally, the 8 is a box-to-box player, so this can rotate continually through the game to react to the run of play.
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The soccer positions diagram below shows a 3-2-3-2 formation with the team Attacking and all 3 Fullbacks Defending Deep. A 3-2-3-2 soccer formation is a Goalie, 3 Fullbacks, 2 Stoppers (who play like Defensive Mids), 3 Midfielders and 2 Forwards. This formations works well for many Rec Teams and there are many articles about it on SoccerHelp Premium.
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9v9 Soccer Formations. 3-3-2 Formation. 3-3-2 Formation. 3-2-3 Formation. 3-1-2-2 Formation. 3-2-1-2 Formation. 3-4-1 Formation. 2-4-2 Formation. 2-3-3 Formation.
Before we get into particulars, let's talk about what the numbers mean. If you're a new coach or new to soccer formations, each number represents a group of positions on the field, starting with the defense. For example, the first formation listed in the interactive chart below is a " 2-3-1 " formation. This means 2 defenders, 3 midfielders, and 1 attacker.
The most common formation of these positions on a soccer field consists of four players in defense, three in midfield, and three forwards. The 11 positions in soccer are: Goalkeeper. Right Full-back (or Wingback) Left Full-back (or Wingback) Center-back. Center back (or sweeper) Defensive Midfielder.
4-2-3-1 FORMATION. The first difference to point out is that unlike 4-4-2 and 4-3-2, a 4-2-3-1 has four rows of players, rather than three. A 4-2-3-1 allows teams to absorb pressure comfortable and then launch forward aggressively. It’s got balance and flexibility.