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The EUROPEAN PLAYING SYSTEM is an exciting new coaching method for the US Soccer community that is designed to improve the technical and tactical development of players. The EPS is a combination of SPECIALLY WEIGHTED SOCCER BALLS and a simple Small Sided Game program designed to provide realistic practice sessions that closely resemble the real game of Soccer from a very young age.

It is a simple method that works for Beginners to Elite players and can be used by coaches with little or no experience to the most qualified coach. It has been used for many years in European nations where technical ability is highly valued and it's component parts are utilized in many Professional and Academy teams particularly in countries like the Netherlands and Germany.

The result of the EPS is technical, effective players with the ability to play fast-paced, attack orientated soccer.

The EPS Superlight Speed has a hand-stitched 32 panel PU cover with a 5-ply backing for shape retention. Latex bladder.

The EPS Superlight Speed teaches complete passing options, concept of spreading the play (forward and wide support), control out of the air, heading, shooting, speed of team play and passing efficiency.

Size 4.


El método para entrenar EUROPEAN PLAYING SYSTEM (EPS) ha sido diseñado para mejorar el desarrollo técnico y táctico de futbolistas localizados en los Estados Unidos. El EPS combina BALONES DE FÚTBOL ESPECIALMENTE PESADOS y un programa de partidos en cancha

Rules of the Game: The goal lines should be the same width as that of the goalposts and the crossbar. The mascot for the 1986 FIFA World Cup in Mexico was a sombrero-wearing jalapeno pepper named Pique. The 1934 and 1990 World Cups were held in Italy. The North American Soccer League (NASL) existed from 1968 to 1984 with teams in the United States and Canada. 199,854 people filled Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro to watch the 1950 World Cup final between Brazil and Uruguay.