Andheri Ultras Football Club is an excellent way to improve your skills, as it provides a unique opportunity to learn from experienced coaches and play with top-level players from all over Mumbai. Being part of our football club not only helps you improve your skills but also allows you to develop your character, build lasting friendships, and experience the joy of playing the game you love with like-minded individuals.

With the right mindset, dedication, and support, you can achieve your goals and become a successful football player who can contribute to their team’s success. So, take the first step towards your dreams, join us, and unleash your true potential on the field. Teach our Players the Skills They Need. Strong Basic Skills win games. Motivate Our Players to be “Brave” .

Every kid wants to be Brave – “Brave” is a more motivating word than “aggressive” or “tough”. Being Brave means not being afraid of the ball, of contact, or of trying. At Practice, Minimize Lines and Maximize Activity. Lines waste time. The key to learning skills is “Touches on the Ball” — the more touches, the faster kids learn skills. The Andheri Ultras fc helps with, No Lines Drills teach ‘players skills and Aggressive Play. Players will get 300% more touches per practice, so one practice is equal to 3.

Train our Players to Be Able to Play Fast. It is MUCH easier to play slow than to play fast. Once they can perform a skill, practice playing fast. The drills are Practice Games that teach players to play fast.

Be Realistic in Your Expectations for Yourself, Your Players, and Your Team. Unrealistic goals can be counterproductive. Don’t just judge your Team’s success by Wins and Losses – that can be misleading.

Realistically evaluate our team and compare our team to the competition based on the quality of the athletes. If an opponent has better athletes, they are supposed to win – if our team beats a team with better athletes, then we have done a better job of training and motivating our team.

We can’t make a slow player fast or a small player big, BUT we can motivate our players to hustle, give 100%, be Brave, practice, improve, and play as a team, and that will make a difference.

It makes a HUGE difference if players hustle and give 100%. We Train our players to practice and play that way – they will play as they practice. Yelling and threatening is NOT the best approach – a more effective approach is Positive Reinforcement that combines Goals, Incentives, Praise, Rewards, and Positive Peer Pressure.

We told our players the specific things we want them to do (such as action) – don’t just say “Win” or “Score” or “Defense” – that is too broad – think about the specific things they need to do to be successful, such as practice, to-do and basic skills.

We Praised our players immediately when they do the things we want and give rewards in a Ceremony in front of the entire team – that way all the players can see what they can do to EARN a reward.



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