Preventing The Most Common Football Injuries

Posted: May 19, 2017 by christina

Sadly, injuries are part and parcel of football. From grassroots to the very top of international football, players are always picking up injuries. That’s just the nature of physical activity and contact sport.Of course, injuries vary in severity and cause. … Continue reading

Top 5 Tips for Training Kids

Posted: May 16, 2017 by Jonny

Coaching kids can sometimes be a thankless task. You’re expected to find the balance between winning and having fun, while almost each and every parent thinks their child should be playing all the time. Trying to keep everyone happy in … Continue reading

Coaching the Modern Goalkeeper

Posted: May 11, 2017 by joanne

The role of the goalkeeper has changed dramatically in recent years. The days of the out and out shot-stopper are long gone, with clubs across Europe pushing their keeper’s to operate as a means of distribution, and to have more … Continue reading

Coaching the Transition

Posted: May 8, 2017 by genesisv2

The transition in football is almost like an invisible force; you don’t necessarily consciously notice it, but it’s always at work. If you’re coaching a group of players with the purpose of genuinely educating them about the game, whether you’re … Continue reading

Three Top Drills For Strikers

Posted: April 18, 2017 by genesisv2

The term ‘striker’ is one of the broadest identifications of a position in modern football, with a player’s role generally defined by their technical and physical attributes; gone are the days when a forward’s sole purpose was scoring goals, as … Continue reading

Three Top Drills For Wide Players

Posted: April 13, 2017 by genesisv2

The role of wingers has come a long way from simply being shunted out wide and expected to bombard the opposing penalty area with crosses. Creating goal-scoring opportunities remains a key aspect and crossing can have this impact, but in … Continue reading

Wet Weather Tips for Goalkeepers

Posted: March 17, 2017 by joanne

Goalkeeping is hardly the easiest of jobs in football. One mistake for an attacker and it’s ‘unlucky, keep going.’ One for a keeper and that encouragement turns to expletives and disapproving looks from the touchline. So, add wet weather to … Continue reading

Training Kit: Our Top Five

Posted: March 1, 2017 by joanne

  Here at Genesis Sports, we deliver pro-quality kit that works for teams playing at any level. Obviously, we’re proud of our full PUMA range, but here are our top five picks. This PUMA Pitch long-sleeved shirt combines comfort with … Continue reading


Posted: February 17, 2017 by Jonny

Groningen, 16 February 2017. FC Groningen will be wearing PUMA apparel again from the 2017/18 season. The football club and sports brand have signed a new kit supplier contract for 4 years. From 1985 to 1999 the Green-White army already … Continue reading

Five wearable training aids for lower-league teams

Posted: February 10, 2017 by joanne

  These days you won’t find a professional team that doesn’t use technology in training sessions or during matches. Even League 2 teams will have multiple different analysts ready to dissect all aspects of a player’s game. This tech evolution … Continue reading