Our focus is to improve your individual skills as a player. We work with your technique, coordination and functional strength to speed up your feet. We will perform tests to let you follow
improvements of your jumping height, technique, speed, strength and fitness. 

We work with goalsetting and tests for you to follow your own progress and development during the semester.

You will meet very advanced coaches who has played football on a high level and loves the game. If you combine football (block 2) with football (block 1) you will practice more than 10 hours a week.

 

Purpose of Football (block 2)

  • To become a better technical player
  • To work with tests and goalsetting
  • To develop your skills as a football coach

 

Content

  • Technical training and coordination
  • Positioning
  • Football coach education
  • Testing your endurance and sprinting abilities
  • Functional football related exercises
  • Matches (the students help arrange them)
  • Matches against teams from other sports schools
  • Watch football matches at the local stadium

 

Training in local football clubs

Vejle Sports School can help you if you would like to join a local football club during your stay here.    

 

Jesper Dupont about football

The best game in the world! I have played futsal in Buenos Aires and futevolei at Ipanema Beach in Rio. My experiences confirm to me that football is a universal language. I am already dreaming of the feints and dribbles I will trick you with. I have been playing football in the best league in Denmark and now I am instructing future coaches at the C-level of DBU the Danish Football Association.

Jeanette about football

The ball is the world's best toy. To me, it is even more fun, when we all take it serious and when we get in to the drama of the game. We get around physical contact, sweat, blood, tears, joy, and euphoria. We fight for our common goal and for each other. I get a kick every time the students want to practise and repeat till they make it happen.

Lars about football

Training needs to be fun. I have spent innumerable hours practising my touches. I have written a book about ball tricks. A good training session is when you touch the ball a lot and feel your improvement. Or when you achieve a better understanding of the tactical elements of the games. To me, the most important parts of football is the joy of the game and keeping the good spirits.

Karsten about teaching football

Football remains to be very popular in Denmark. To me, football is a free space and the game will always be close to my heart. At our school we enjoy football facilities on our multicourt, our indoor gym, our artificial turf as well as our natural grass field. Optimum conditions for carrying out our passion for football.