First phase begin with technical training, a precise and pictorial demonstration is important as the players can now observe and imitate. On the tactical side, the players get more feeling in certain situations. At this age, the intelligence of the game emerges. Logical thinking, anticipation and combination are getting easier.
During the second phase of the soccer training, the demands are continually increased, in preparation for the demands of the professional world. The young players are increasingly educated to be more self-responsible and professional. Another focus is the development of performance-oriented characteristics such as passion, will to win, assertion and self-conquest. Technical and tactical skills are perfected, automated and applied under different competition environment (high pace, tight spaces, and aggressive pressure from opponent). Therefore, training with many competition elements is considered very important. The players possess better analysis skills, feel more responsible and play most of the time in their favourite position. The second “learning golden age” allows some quick successful experiences; It gives the best opportunities to apply technical and tactical skills in a short period of time at high a level.