Spokane Shadow Girls Tactical Match Analysis II
Greetings Spokane Shadow and Spokane Sounders Players!
A massive part of your development as a player is reading the game, understanding the game, and immersing yourself in the game. So, here's a few matches to watch during your time.
Girls Week 2 (April 6-10): Stanford vs. North Carolina (2019 NCAA Women's Soccer Final)
Match Analysis for Second Half + Overtime + Penalty Kicks ONLY
Please do the match analysis below on your own. Don't rely on the media coverage or journalists when you try to nail down their formations because you, as soccer players, know more about those things than these guys do. And also because there are multiple answers which could be true, depending on how you make your arguments!
If you have any questions, please reach out to your respective head coaches.
2019 NCAA Women's Final
Spokane Shadow Tactical Match Analysis
Please fill out your answers below after watching your game. Thanks!
Which team are you from?
G2003 Elite Krum
G2005 Elite Shade
G2006 United Bartlett
G2007 Elite Van Lith
G2007 United White
G2008 City Rave
G2008 Valley Rave
G2008 Elite Siegel
G2008 Elite Lewis
G2008 United Schultz
G2009 North Rave
G2009 Valley Rave
G2009 Valley Shale
G2009 South Rave
G2009 Elite South Albrecht
G2009 United Bartlett
G2010 North Rave
G2010 Valley Rave
G2010 South Rave
Sounders Junior Program (U8-10)
What is your first and last name?
What formations were each team playing? (e.g. 1-4-3-3, 1-4-4-2, 1-4-3-2-1, etc.)
Who was the most interesting player to you in this game and why?
What were the attacking tendencies for both teams?
What were the defending tendencies for both teams?
What is a tactical situation that stood out to you in this game that you don't always see in all soccer games?
What did you learn in this game from a player who plays your position?
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