System Fluidity

A team's system fluidity refers to the extent to which the team's playing system involves players sharing positional responsibilities.

Types of system fluidity include more structured, more fluid and balanced.

A team implements its system fluidity by incorporating it into the tactical roles of its players using tactical instructions as appropriate.

When implementing a system fluidity a team should consider the system fluidity suitability of its players. A player's system fluidity suitability is his player suitability for a particular type of system fluidity.

More Structured Playing Systems

A more structured playing system is a playing system that involves players sharing positional responsibilities to a lesser extent.

A team can incorporate a more structured playing system into the tactical roles of its players by using the following tactical instructions:

System Fluidity Suitability

More Fluid Playing Systems

A more fluid playing system is a playing system that involves players sharing positional responsibilities to a greater extent.

A team can incorporate a more fluid playing system into the tactical roles of its players by using the following tactical instructions:

System Fluidity Suitability

Balanced Playing Systems

A balanced playing system is a playing system that involves players sharing positional responsibilities to a moderate extent.

A team can incorporate a balanced playing system into the tactical roles of its players by using a balance between the tactical instructions used in a more structured playing system and those used in a more fluid playing system as detailed above.