The Level 2 Course is the second step of the BFUT Institute of Soccer – It can be offered in two ways:

1. Online

2. Also the Level 2 course can also be offered in your location in conjunction with the following Player Program:

Day Camp – 30 hours of practical application of the concepts plus 6 extra hours only to the educators (Theory) , and 44 hours of pre-preparation program (on line).

The educator will receive as they register to the Level 2 program; The official Level 2 manual and the Software: Futebol Made in Brazil (In 3 languages: English, Spanish and Portuguese) The complete description of the tactical concepts to be implemented when preparing your teams.

The coordinator of the camp will have a full scholarship

We recommend the BFUT Level 2 License to:

  • Youth coaching level
  • High school coaches
  • College and club coaches
  • Parents interested in supporting their child development
  • Any coach interested in understanding the education of Brazilian soccer

Objectives

Introduce the Educational methodology of Brazilian Philosophy minimize costs for the Educators attending the course in online.

Learn at the comfort of your home or wherever you wish be able to read and develop the tactical concepts with the Tactical software the video for the best understanding introduction to the different ages the tactical concepts: Tactical systems, tactical schemes, tactical strategies.

And so much more.

Students will request the final exam (25 questions), after they finish the study period. If approved they will receive the BFUT Level 2 diploma, and the invitational letter to take the level 1 course.

INTRODUCTION

Level 2 – Become a Soccer Educator

Introduction: 
What is the difference between a Coach and an Educator? Coaches in many cases go thru drills and have the players executing them many times without a clear understanding of when to apply it. Educators will go thru each concept explaining when, why especially how to do, facilitating the decisions of the players on the field with or without pressure. Developing the player intelligence of the game.

BFUT Level 2: Educational curriculum: 80 hours of education including the theory and practical evaluation

The BFUT methodology brings together a combination of the defensive European organization combined with the offensive freedom to attack brought from the South American (Brazilian Philosophy) establishing the tactical team organization.

The BFUT methodology has been developed through the implementation of the concepts from youth to professional coaches from around the world since 1991.

COURSE CONTENTS

THE LEVEL 2 COURSES WILL COVER THE 9 EDUCATIONAL AREAS OF THE BFUT CURRICULUM:

History: Theory – 4 credits

  • History of the game I: The tactical evolution of the game from

Sports Management – 18 Hours of credits 

  • Sports management II – Season planning 3 months – (12 weeks cycle) – 3 credits
  • Sports management III – Game analysis phase 1, 2, 3 and 4 – 3 credits

Sports Physiology / Physical Capacity – 6 credits 

  • Sports physiology I and II (review from Level 3):
  • Body coordination – Elasticity – Agility and fast reaction
  • Sports physiology III: Cardio – Vascular system:
  • Endurance – Aerobic resistance – Resistance of speed – Speed – 3 credits

Sports Medicine – 4 credits 

  • Sports Medicine II – Post injury recuperation procedures – 2 credits

Sports Psychology – 4 credits 

  • Sports psychology II – Players personality –1 credit
  • Sports psychology III – Team building – 2 credits
  • Sports psychology IV – Choosing your captain – 1 credit

Sports Sociology – 4 credits 

  • Sports sociology II – Importance of cultural education (school) – Mental development – 2 credit

Sports Nutrition – 4 credits 

  • Pre – post game nutrition – 2 credit

Technical Abilities – 12 credits – Phase I, II, III 
(Technical – Tactical concepts) of each technique

  1. Technical abilities IV – Dribbling – 2 credit – Phase III
  2.  Technical abilities V – Fainting – 2 credits – Phase III
  3.  Technical abilities VI – Anticipation – 2 credit – Phase III
  4. Technical abilities VII – Short crossing – Finishing – 2 credits – Phase III
  5. Technical abilities VIII – Long crossing – Defensive heading – 2 credits – Phase III
  6.  Technical abilities IX – Long crossing – Offensive heading – 2 credits – Phase III

Tactical Concepts – 24 credits – Tactical Schemes – 4 x 4 to 11 x 11 
(Basic system used in the course is 4-4-2 in diamond)
Note: All the tactical concepts will have two keepers and two goals.

  • Tactical concept IX – 4×4 – Movement in depth – 1 credit
  • Tactical concepts X – 4×4 – Building from the back – Defensive sector
  •  1 credit
  • Tactical concept XI – 5×5 – Offensive circulation – Defensive rotation
  • 1 credit
  • Tactical concept XII – 6×6 – Tactical system with tactical combinations – inside/outside penetration with horizontal triangulation – 0.5 credit
  • Tactical concept XIII – 8×8 – Tactical system with tactical combinations – inside/outside penetration with vertical triangulation – 1 credit
  • Tactical concepts XIV – 8×8 – Tactical system – Building from the back – Midfield sector – 1 credit
  • Tactical concepts XV – 11×11 – Tactical system – Building from the back – Midfield sector – 1 credit
  • Tactical concepts XVI – Compactness – Offensive speeds : Speed of the ball, speed of triangulation and speed of counter attack 0.5 credit
  • Tactical concepts XVII – 11×11 – Building from the back – offensive sector
  • 1 credit – Keeper is added in the number describing the participants
  • Tactical concepts XVIII – System 4-4-2 in diamond – 11 x 11 – Building from the back – Outside fullbacks crossing and its variations – 1 credit
  • Tactical concepts XIX – System 4-4-2 in diamond – 11×11 – Building from the back – Outside midfields crossing the ball and its variations – 1 credit
  • Tactical concepts XX – System 4-4-2 in diamond – 11 x11 – Building from the back – Attacking, crossing the ball and its variations – 1 credit
  • Tactical concepts XXI – Understanding the three dimensions of the forwards – Decisions inside the box – 1 credit

Note 1: A 25 questions evaluation will be required when taking the course online or doing the Day Camp

After completion of the program, the coaches will receive the official diploma and the invitational letter for the next educational Level 2

TENTATIVE ITINERARY for the DAY CAMP and LEVEL 2 LICENSE COURSE - When offered in your institution

Day 1

– Welcome Organizational meeting – History I
– Sports Physiology
– Technical abilities
– Tactical concepts
– Tactical – World Cup 4 x 4
– Sports management

Day 2

– Sports nutrition
– Technical abilities
– Tactical concepts
– Sports medicine
– Technical abilities
– Tactical concepts
– Futsal and its tactical concepts
– Sports psychology

Day 3

– Technical abilities
– Tactical concepts
– Sports management
– Technical abilities
– Tactical concepts
– Sports sociology

Day 4

– Sports management –Theory – 1st theory evaluation
– Sports management – Practical – 2nd practical evaluation
– Tactical concepts – Theory
– Tactical concepts – Practical

Day 5

– Technical concepts
– Tactical team concepts
– Tactical strategies

Minimum Requirements:

  1. BFUT Level 3 License (online) / BRUSA (Previously called D/ level 4)
  2. NSCAA National Coach License
  3. USSF C License
  4. FA (Football Association) Level B

CALENDAR and COSTS - Level 2 License Course

BFUT offers 2 ways to take the Level 2 course. 

Option 1 – On line – $350.00

Option 2 – Club Day Camp

– Offering a Club Day camp at your location.
Two coach coordinators will receive a complimentary Level 2 license.
Provide 30 students x $220.00 (minimum)
Extra educators (coaches) can take the Level 2 License.
Cost is US$250.00 per educator (Receive the level 2  manual and the educational software)

Educators
Provide 30 players (minimum) x $220 and 6 coach (minimum)
US $250.00