Real eSports pros train 6-7 days a week for 8-16 hours a day, and that’s what it takes to keep up with the absolute best in the world. However, it’s not just about training as much as possible, but also about content and methodology.
After a match, professionals start directly with the match analysis
, where they pay close attention to the tops and flops of the last match. Every ball loss and every goal conceded are closely scrutinized and then trained in isolation. The game scene is re-enacted in a friendly match and repeated until they are better able to resolve the situation. So, for example, if you concede too many goals through the wings, you have your training partner attack you through the wings until you are stable.
It is best to find a training partner
who is slightly better than you. In addition, it is advantageous to watch the pros in order to learn one or two tricks. Another possibility is to start directly a coaching with a FIFA pro
and get taught all the tricks live.