Diagrams of Soccer Positions & Soccer Formations
Below are links to diagrams of soccer positions for some of the most popular soccer formations.
There are over 100 articles about soccer formations on
SoccerHelp Premium and over 300 pages about soccer formations and how to teach soccer positions. 3v3, 4v4, 5v5, 6v6, 7v7, 8v8, 9v9, 10v10 and 11v11 soccer formations are explained so you can choose the best formation for your Rec or Travel team.
The soccer formation you choose can have a HUGE impact on your team's success and your formation and
Style of Play are two of your most important decisions. If your team isn't doing as well as you would like, think about whether changing their soccer formation and Style of Play can make a difference.
Soccer Positions Diagrams for 11v11 Soccer Formations
Soccer Positions Diagrams for 8v8 Soccer Formations
Keep in mind that the soccer positions you assign your players to, and how your players move on the field, and the roles they will play on the field will be based on factors such as:
The ability, speed and stamina of individual players
The opponent you are playing
Style of Play (do you Push Up on attack or Defend Deep, and to what extent you play a Possession Style/controlled passing style of play)
More Articles About Soccer Formations & Soccer Positions:
Soccer Formation Basics (How to choose a soccer formation)
How to Select a Soccer Formation and Assign Positions - Tips for selecting a formation and assigning positions.
The 2-1-2-2 Formation, the importance of a Stopper and Assigning Positions
Soccer Positions Basics & Soccer Kick-Offs
Soccer Positions Overview
Youth Soccer Positions - How to Teach, Coach & Assign
How to Choose a Soccer Formation 22 questions to help you choose the best soccer formation
How to Assign Soccer Positions 25 tips for assigning soccer positions
Legal Notice - Allowed Uses and Copyright Protection.
We allow anyone to link to this article or to www.SoccerHelp.com. You may also copy on paper for handouts up to 10 pages from SoccerHelp.com PROVIDED: you include "Source: SoccerHelp.com" at the top or bottom of the article. To copy our work without crediting us is stealing and we WILL protect our copyrights and Trademarks. We would rather be nice than mean, so please follow the guidelines in this paragraph.
It is illegal to post any information from SoccerHelp on the internet without written permission
from David or Kay Huddleston. If you want to share our information, simply post a link to that page of SoccerHelp. We will allow short quotes of up to 50 words to be posted PROVIDED you do not remove any references to SoccerHelp.com, do NOT disable links, do not copy any images, and provided you add a READABLE FUNCTIONING LINK on the TOP of the same page that goes to www.SoccerHelp.com and says "Copyright www.SoccerHelp.com, used with permission". The link MUST work for both visitors AND search engines and must be at least a size 12 font. We have to enforce this due to blatant theft and to protect our copyrights. We hire a service to look for copyright violations and report violations to the search engines. Taking our original material and making minor changes is still copyright violation and we WILL enforce our copyrights. Thanks for your cooperation. Copyright 1999-2017, David and Kay Huddleston