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Upcoming events
ADDSOCCER SUMMER CAMPS 2014
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June 29th to July 25th (2014)
Spanish Summer Camps 2014
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Past events
AddSoccer Summer Camps 2013
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Rhinos Summer Camp 2013
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June 24 (2013)
Rhinos Summer Camp 2013
General View
BROCKPORT SOCCER CLUB
Campamento dirigido a jugadores en el que haremos un recorrido por las cuatros subfases del juego: Ataque Organizado, Reorganización Defensiva, Defensa Organizada y Contrataque, en base a nuestro modelo de juego. Para el entrenamiento de cada subfase, haremos una introducción con vídeo de lo que pretendemos trabajar y como se realiza, tanto en futbol profesional como de formación. A continuación realizaremos un calentamiento dirigido hacia las intenciones y medios tácticos grupales seleccionados: un juego y un rondo; para que a continuación, dentro de la parte principal de la sesión, mediante dos tareas específicas, se desarrolle y se ponga en práctica dichos contenidos. Concluiremos con un partido dirigido, donde los jugadores desarrollaran lo entrenado. Finalizaremos con la Vuelta a la calma. Al día siguiente siempre se realizará un análisis del trabajo realizado en la sesión anterior, para detectar los posibles errores. Para ello utilizaremos el vídeo de los entrenamientos realizados y entrenaremos mediante tareas correctivas, los errores detectados. La estructura del trabajo se repetirá con cada una de las subfases.
July 1 (2013)
Rhinos Summer Camp 2013
Main Subphases
FINGER LAKES COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Campamento dirigido a jugadores universitarios en el que haremos un recorrido por las cuatros subfases del juego: Ataque Organizado, Reorganización Defensiva, Defensa Organizada y Contrataque, en base a nuestro modelo de juego. Para el entrenamiento de cada subfase, haremos una introducción con vídeo de lo que pretendemos trabajar y como se realiza, tanto en futbol profesional como de formación. A continuación realizaremos un calentamiento dirigido hacia las intenciones y medios tácticos grupales seleccionados: un juego y un rondo; para que a continuación, dentro de la parte principal de la sesión, mediante dos tareas específicas, se desarrolle y se ponga en práctica dichos contenidos. Concluiremos con un partido dirigido, donde los jugadores desarrollaran lo entrenado. Finalizaremos con la Vuelta a la calma. Al día siguiente siempre se realizará un análisis del trabajo realizado en la sesión anterior, para detectar los posibles errores. Para ello utilizaremos el vídeo de los entrenamientos realizados y entrenaremos mediante tareas correctivas, los errores detectados. La estructura del trabajo se repetirá con cada una de las subfases.
July 8 (2013)
Rhinos Summer Camp 2013
Technification (U15 and above)
BISHOP KEARNEY
Campamento dirigido a jugadores y jugadoras de HIGH SCHOOL en el que haremos un recorrido por las cuatros subfases del juego: Ataque Organizado, Reorganización Defensiva, Defensa Organizada y Contrataque, en base a nuestro modelo de juego. Para el entrenamiento de cada subfase, haremos una introducción con vídeo de lo que pretendemos trabajar y como se realiza, tanto en futbol profesional como de formación. A continuación realizaremos un calentamiento dirigido hacia las intenciones y medios tácticos grupales seleccionados: un juego y un rondo; para que a continuación, dentro de la parte principal de la sesión, mediante dos tareas específicas, se desarrolle y se ponga en práctica dichos contenidos. Concluiremos con un partido dirigido, donde los jugadores desarrollaran lo entrenado. Finalizaremos con la Vuelta a la calma. Al día siguiente siempre se realizará un análisis del trabajo realizado en la sesión anterior, para detectar los posibles errores. Para ello utilizaremos el vídeo de los entrenamientos realizados y entrenaremos mediante tareas correctivas, los errores detectados. La estructura del trabajo se repetirá con cada una de las subfases.
July 15 (2013)
Rhinos Summer Camp 2013
Technification (U8 to U14)
July 22 (2013)
Rhinos Summer Camp 2013
Strikers & Goalies
July 22 (2013)
Rhinos Summer Camp 2013
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ROCHESTER RHINOS (YSDP) & ADDSOCCER
We would like to inform you of our exciting academy program, The Rochester Rhinos Youth Soccer Development Program (YSDP). This program is being developed as the result of an agreement between the RHINOS and ADDSOCCER. We will be working with players to help them develop their maximum potential using our team model and creating our own style of play.

ADDSOCCER was born from merging two soccer cultures and the strong belief that progress is a combination of cooperation and knowledge. Thanks to the experience gathered by the elite coaches from ADDSOCCER this past year at summer camps conducted at Brockport State College, Finger Lakes Community College, and Irondequoit, and due to the success and receptiveness of the players, ADDSOCCER and the RHINOS have decided to move forward with this innovative project.

The direction and coordination of the entire project will be in the hands of professionals of the highest level from Spain as well as the United States.

We look forward to helping your soccer experience grow!
BROCKPORT SOCCER CLUB & ADDSOCCER
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Brockport Soccer Club & Addsoccer have reached a partnership agreement to implement the TM© in their 20 teams.
The main objective of Brockport Soccer Club is to improve the competitiveness of their teams in a fun, positive and safety environment.
The coincidence of these objectives with part of the Addsoccer philosophy make this cooperation is motivating and productive for both sides.
Mediation sports director Brockport Soccer Club and member of Addsoccer turn (David Garcia) has given rise to this promising and exciting challenge.
AGREEMENT WITH RHINOS TO HOLD SUMMER CAMPS IN 2013
AddSoccer signs an agreement with the Rochester Rhinos to hold 5 Camps at the Sahlen’s Stadium.
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This morning Rhinos representatives, Pat Ercoli (Rhinos President) and Greg Stanton met with AddSoccer representatives, David Garcia (International Director of Coaching) and José Antonio Martínez (Vice-President of Coaching).

Both entities, along with the agreement in which AddSoccer will be directing the Rhinos Academy, signed another one which states they will be directing 5 camps in June and July.

These previously mentioned camps will be directed and designed by Antonio Barea, David García and José Antonio Martínez. Other coaches of these camps will be some of the players of the Rhinos first team, which compete in the USL.


These camps will have different structure and content, as the participants will be able to choose which camp is in the best interest of their development. More information will be available in further detail as dates approach.
MEETING BETWEEN COACHES OF BROCKPORT SOCCER CLUB AND ADDSOCCER
On March 9th, the coaches of Brockport Soccer Club and AddSoccer met for a clinic to discuss the implementation of the Team Model for BSC.
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AddSoccer met with the coaches of Brockport Soccer Club to discuss aspects of the team model, which is currently being implemented to the previously mentioned club under the agreement signed with the club of the city of Brockport and where David Garcia is the Director of Coaching.
The clinic included a summary of the general characteristics of the Team Model (TM), as well as the psychological and emotional characteristics necessary throughout the game, also some of the features of the TM, the game cycle and the primary functions of each of the lines according to the suphases.
Secondly, the implementation process was discussed in detail in terms of where we find ourselves; which contents have been worked and which have yet to be worked.
To conclude, each practice that has been worked was discussed to answer any questions or doubts that the coaches may have had.
Two hours and fifteen minutes of clinic, which for José Antonio Martínez as well as the club coaches, were very clarifying and entertaining.
PRESENTATION OF THE ROCHESTER RHINOS YOUTH SOCCER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (YSDP)
The Rochester Rhinos would like to introduce you to our Youth Soccer Development Program that will be presented at Total Sports Experience (880 Elmgrove Road) on Saturday December 1st from noon to 1PM. The Rochester Rhinos Youth Development Program is looking for U8, U9 and U10 boys and girls to participate in the program.

The Rochester Rhinos are devoted to the development of youth soccer players in Western NY and they have established a world class program with the objective to develop professional players.

The Curriculum (Team Model©) that the Rhinos has selected for the youth teams is directly imported from Spain, the current World Champions , and will be implemented by Rhinos professional coaches/players under the guidance of experienced FIFA licensed, Professional coaches from Spain.

The main Characteristics of the Rhinos Team Model© will allow players to excel in important soccer areas such:
  • Empowerment of player
  • Knowledge of the game
  • Decision Making during the game (Tactical, Technical, Physical and Psychological Skills)
  • Competitiveness

The youth soccer program has full access to the Rochester Rhinos Professional Resources including: player education on and off the field, speed and agility programs, nutritional advice and the Rhinos soccer specific stadium - Sahlen’s Stadium to fully develop well rounded professional caliber soccer players.

Come and Join us on Saturday December 1st from noon to 1PM to register. The Professional coaches from Spain and Rhinos professional players will be pleased to answer any additional questions about the Team Model© and its methodology.

Regards

The Rochester Rhinos
INTERNATIONAL SOCCER CAMP
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Celebrado del 12 al 16 de Agosto 2012 en las instalaciones de la Bishop Kearney High School, ubicadas en la ciudad de Irondequoit (Ny, USA). Dirigido a alumnos de tres High Schools como son West Irondequoit, East Irondequoit y Bishop Kearney. Divididos en dos turnos: uno de 64 jugadoras de 9 a 12h y otro de 64 jugadores de 14 a 17h.
El sábado 11 tuvimos una reunión previa con el objeto de visualizar el estado de las instalaciones, comprobando el gran interés que se había puesto en que todo estuviese listo para el día siguiente por parte del organizador Jon Poulakis. Otro de los objetivos de esta reunión era el contactar con los entrenadores de los chic@s que dirigiríamos al día siguiente. En el encuentro pudimos exponer las principales ideas que teníamos en mente desarrollar, así como compartir la visión de estos entrenadores acerca del estado del soccer en USA. Hemos de agradecer públicamente la predisposición e interés mostrado por parte de este grupo de entrenadores.
La estructura de las sesiones se adaptó a los requerimientos de horarios de los que disponíamos, de este modo al inicio se programó la sesión de video donde se recogían tanto la explicación de la subfase a trabajar como el correspondiente feedback de día anterior.
En el campo de entrenamiento se establecieron tres grupos de alrededor de 21 jugador@s. Los entrenadores rotábamos de grupo y de campo cada día con el objeto de que se produjese el máximo enriquecimiento entre jugad@r y entrenador.
Entre la sesión de las chicas por la mañana (9 a 12h) y la de los chicos por la tarde (14 a 17h), aprovechábamos para ir a comer a restaurantes cercanos a los campos de entrenamiento. Resaltamos la amabilidad y el trato recibido en estos establecimientos, así como la curiosidad que despertaba el que fuésemos entrenadores españoles. El intercambio de impresiones sobre la sesión matutina y los matices a aplicar a la tarde, ocupaban buena parte de nuestro tiempo. No fue fácil ponerse en marcha cada tarde tras este break pero, el que las comidas no fuesen muy copiosas y el café pedido más fuerte de lo usual en este país, hicieron que arrancásemos con todas las energías para el entrenamiento.
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Una de las tardes nos vimos forzados a suspender la sesión a causa de una tormenta espectacular. Gracias a la previsión del tiempo, pudimos elaborar el día anterior un plan B para esta situación. Nos dirigimos al auditorio donde visualizamos videos de entrenamientos de equipos profesionales de máximo nivel en España y también fuimos avanzando los contenidos a trabajar al día siguiente.
El último día, tras la clausura del camp, se hizo una pequeña encuesta a varios chicos y chicas para que dieran su opinión sobre varios aspectos relacionados con el camp y así tener un feedback del mismo. Estos comentarios están a vuestra disposición en esta página web.
Al día siguiente, finalizado ya el camp, fuimos invitados a una comida en la acogedora y bonita casa de Bill, entrenador de la Bishop Kearney High School, situada en las cercanías del lago Ontario. Allí compartimos con Jon Poulakis y el resto de entrenadores las impresiones que el camp había dejado. Nos agradó mucho que se mostraran muy interesados acerca de aspectos del Team Model, las tareas y la dirección del entrenamiento, reflejando la gran pasión e interés que tienen por este deporte.
Para nosotros fue una experiencia muy enriquecedora y agradecemos la magnífica colaboración prestada por todos los jugadores, jugadoras, entrenadores y personal de la Bishop Kearney High School.
Gracias Jon por hacernos sentir tan cómodos y dejarnos compartir contigo nuestra pasión por el fútbol.
CAMP INTERNACIONAL FINGER LAKES COMMUNITY COLLEGE
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On August 4th, we began a new camp for Finger Lakes Community College, which play in the third division of the NJCAA in the United States. This camp was part of Finger Lakes’ preseason which also serves as a tryout for players. Add+Soccer programmed, planned and directed five days of practices which took place at the community college’s facilities located in the city of Canandaigua, NY. The camp began on Monday August 4th and ended Friday August 8th, with days that began at 8:30am and finished at 2:30pm.
The camp was comprised of 28 players between the ages of 17 to 23.
Like always, Monday started with a presentation by David Garcia, Finger Lakes CC Assistant Coach, and the other members of Add+Soccer: Oscar Felipe, Antonio Barea and Jose Antonio Martinez.
Add+Soccer gave the players an explanation of the how the camp would be run. Each day would consist of a structured format with daily double sessions:
The first session consisted of the corrections and positive aspects that were detected from the previous session, in which one of the subphases of the team model were practiced: Organized Attack, Defensive Reorganization, Organized Defense, and Counter Attack. The corrective session consisted of an analysis, with the use of videos, of the previous session, to apply in the next session where those topics would once again be reinforced or corrected.
The players then received a break, where the Community College personnel would distribute fruit, energy drinks and bars, and everything necessary to replenish the body.
In the second part of the session, the new subphase was introduced. With the use of videos, the players were shown what the subphase consisted of and the important aspects to keep in mind when applying them in the session. After the video session, we headed for the field to apply the designed simulated situations. We finished the session with a reflection about the practice, in which the players and coaches commented conclusions and reflections about the session. Positive aspects were reinforced and negative aspects were noted to later be corrected, along with reviewing the contents practiced and relevant aspects of the subphase.
The players were divided in to two groups for two Add+Soccer coaches to work with.
In the second part of the session on the last day of the camp, a full-field game was organized to appreciate the application of the contents practiced all week.
From the first moment, the players did not stop surprising us with their motivation, hard work, respect for the process, and for their willingness to continue learning and improving. We cannot forget that each day was 6 hours long, with a 30 minute break. Even then, the level of attention, hard work, and ability to continue implementing the contents being practiced never let down with the highest degree of intensity, not to mention the scorching temperatures. They were hard and demanding sessions in which the players were able to consistently perform to the best of their abilities.
During the week we noticed a very good implementation of the contents by most of the players, and we were not disappointed in the full field game as we saw the highest level of their game exhibited.
We firmly believe that the bases of the team model were implemented so that Finger Lakes CC could have a successful season this year. We wish them the best of luck and more importantly the concepts learned, like their captain Gayaing said: “…. this makes us stronger and more united …..”
Thank you Finger Lakes CC: We hope your dreams come true and your hard work is rewarded.
Ours are being fulfilled every day that we are here.
Another week “soccer-futboleando”, to learn and enjoy from the great people and athletes we meet.
CAMPUS INTERNACIONAL BROCKPORT SOCCER CLUB
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During the week of July 30th to August 2nd, Add+Soccer conducted a camp organized by Brockport Soccer Club in Brockport, NY (USA). The camp began on Monday and finalized on Friday August 2nd, with days that started at 1pm and ended at 6pm. There were 46 players, boys and girls, between the ages of 14 -17.
Monday began with a presentation of the camp by the Coaching Director, Mr. Garcia, along with Add+Soccer members: Oscar Felipe, Antonio Barea and Jose Antonio Martinez.

Then Add+Soccer, explained to the participants what the camp would be comprised of. Each day included a structured double session.

The first session, consisted the correction and positive aspects detected from the previous session, in which one of the subphases of game was worked: Organized Attack, Defensive Reorganization, Organized Defense and Counter Attack. The corrective session consisted of the analysis, by means of video, of what was previously realized, to later continue in the practice, in which situations from the previous practice reinforced or corrected the material being worked on.
Then the players received a break, in which families collaborated by bringing fruit (watermelon and bananas) and the players rested for a period of thirty minutes.

In the second part of the session, a new subphase would be introduced to be developed. With the help of the video session, the players were shown what the subphase consisted of and what the relevant aspects of that subphase were that would be practiced.
Once completed, we made our way to the field and to practice the designed simulated situations. The session finished with a reflection about the practice, where the players made comments about the session, they mentioned positive and negative aspects, along with reviewing the contents of the practice and relevant aspects of the subphase that were simulated.
Three groups were formed, depending on the level of understanding of the game. Each Add+Soccer coach trained a group during the daily session. In the following days, they rotated, so they had the opportunity to train every group.

The last day of Camp, in the second session full games were played in which they applied the contents that were trained throughout the week and where the assimilation and the practice of the team model were appreciated. When finishing each day, we had the opportunity to celebrate a day of togetherness with the directors of the Brockport SC, where we were able to enjoy each other’s company, around a great table with typical food of the area, and why not, converse and comment about the work done in the sessions.
Excellent Days “Soccer-Footballers” to know and enjoy great company.
Thank you Brockport SC : Players, coaches and directors.
COACH CLINIC, BROCKPORT 2012
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On July 29, in the town of Brockport (NY, USA) held a Coaches Clinic for Brockport Soccer Club, thanks to the invitation to the club's Sporting Director said we did. Attended a total of 16 coaches, who manage teams of boys and girls between 8 and 17 years.
The meeting began by the Director of Coaching of Brockport SC, Mr. Garcia, which was presented to each of the members of AddSoccer, making a brief tour of the athletic and academic career of Antonio A. Barea, Oscar Felipe and Jose Antonio Martinez.
After the brief introduction of Mr Garcia had the exposure of our paper entitled: "AddSoccer Team Model". We begin with the explanation of the game cycle, then explain what were the general characteristics of our model in each of the sub-phases: Organized Attack, Defense Reorganization, organized defense and counterattack.

The entire presentation was accompanied by videos illustrating the theoretical and practical aspects treated.
Local trainers were invited to attend the Campus with the participation of the players that make SC Brockport teams. In these sessions, which were scheduled, planned and directed by the Technical Department of AddSoccer, SC Brockport coaches could see the implementation of training situations and the management style and implementation required by this new method of training for them. Also, on the pitch, they could see first hand how his players were able to assimilate the contents trained, and also were able to solve all questions put to him.
After three hours of Clinic, was closed the day by thanking the attendees for their care and concern. Great day for the AddSoccer lived, in his first event on U.S. soil.
A soccer-footballing great day to start our U.S. tour.
Thanks Brockport SC.