A goalkeeper's warm-up is of crucial importance. It not only reduces the risk of injury, but also ensures a good feeling at the start of the match.
An injury is not so pleasant, especially if you are out for a long time and have a long rehabilitation ahead of you, but how do you deal with it? As a goalkeeper there is only one place and will I get my place back when I am fully recovered?
Goalkeepers are unique, it is a position in football for which you have to be a bit "crazy" to want to do it, but why do they do it?
Stopping a penalty shot is not easy, especially with the new rules. However, there are a few tips that may make it easier for you to be the hero of your team at the next penalty.
Why is there plastic film on your goalkeeper gloves and how can you remove it without damaging the latex? We explain everything in detail in this blog article.
Gambling seems to be a natural reflex of a starting goalkeeper. Anticipation is a skill - but use it wisely
What are the right goalkeeping techniques? These can vary from country to country, so in this blog we give you our opinion and these according to the FIFA manual to train goalkeepers.
Can't see the wood for the trees anymore? So many colours, so many possibilities. What suits you best? We explain the different fits so you can make the best choice.
Would you like to be able to kick further out as a goalkeeper or do you just want to practise the right technique? These 6 steps will get you started.
The Triangle technique is the most important technique you must be proficient at as a goalkeeper to catch just about any ball.