Cruyff Football x Possession Football

Cruyff Football is the official heir and worldwide guardian of Johan Cruyff’s football legacy. Johan Cruyff is synonymous to innovation. Always surprising and never dull. Turning disadvantages into advantages. Creating something out of nothing. Using each others qualities to come out stronger. Matching freedom with responsibility. Giving chances to youth. Helping those in need. And entertaining the fans.

Cruyff Football and Possession Football by Albert Capellas have found themselves to create, develop and update content related to the way of training and playing football inspired by Johan Cruyff’s philosophy. From the online platform Cruyff Football you can understand and put his vision and experience into practice in an efficient, dynamic and easily accessible way.

“There is only one ball, so you need to have it”

Johan Cruyff

Cruyff Football Platform

The Cruyff Football platform is available for all those coaches who want to learn the way of training and playing Positional Play inspired by Johan Cruyff’s philosophy. Check it out (or click on the image below).

Johan Cruyff

Hendrik Johannes Cruijff (Amsterdam, 25 April 1947 – Barcelona, 24 March, 2016), known as Johan Cruyff, was a former Dutch footballer and coach. He won the Ballon d’Or three times, in 1971, 1973 and 1974 and he was the master of the football philosophy known as Total Football. He is widely regarded as one of the great players in association football. In 1999, Cruyff was voted European Player of the Century.

After his retirement as a player in 1984, Cruyff became highly successful as manager of Ajax and later FC Barcelona. After his retirement from coaching he initiated the Cruyff Foundation, Cruyff Institute, Cruyff Classics, Cruyff Football and Cruyff Library.

You can read about his personal accomplishments, Cruyff as a player and Cruyff as a trainer.

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1 week ago

Cruyff Football

A good combination in reduced spaces overcomes all the defenses 🎯
And you, as a coach, 👉🏻 what drill do you think it has to be practiced in the trainings in order to be able to score goals like this in reduced spaces?
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2 weeks ago

Cruyff Football

Today we want to highlight this drill: "Small sided games 7vs7".
> In an area of 40m Width x 35m Depth or 131 ft x 115 ft, two teams of 7 play against each other and another one waits off to the side.
> The team that scores first, stays on the pitch and the one that concedes goes out and is replaced by the one waiting.
In this game, the offside rule is optional. It is the coach’s choice.
As the drill is played in a smaller space, there will be more attacking and defending plays than normal.
➕ Learn more about this drill and others in members.cruyfffootball.com. Sign up!
💬 Did you like this drill? Do you have any doubts? Leave us a comment.
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3 weeks ago

Cruyff Football

Hello membership! We have recently published new premium content on the platform: "The Positioning Game 4vs4+3 capsule".
Find this under "fundamentals" section of the main menu. We hope you like it.

✔️ If you are not registered yet, sign up to "Cruyff Football Platform" members.cruyfffootball.com to learn more about the Positioning Game.
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