Didier Drogba scored one of the most dramatic goals in UEFA Champions League history when his late header for Chelsea FC forced extra-time against FC Bayern München in the 2012 final. The Ivorian striker recalls that goal and reveals why heading has always been one of his strengths.
Lyon's Lair explains Munich masterclass
After going into the 2012 UEFA Women's Champions League final against 1. FFC Frankfurt as defending champions, Olympique Lyonnais coach Patrice Lair explains how an attacking outlook enabled the French club to win back-to-back titles.
Under-16s get tournament experience
We travel to the Greek island of Euboea where Greece, Malta, Israel and Azerbaijan's women's under-16s were given an opportunity to experience tournament football at a UEFA development competition.
Challenges of tournament fitness
The second part of our insight into fitness around a tournament focuses on the period after the competition has begun as leading fitness coaches reveal the key priorities.
Tournament fitness preparation
A key consideration for every team going into a tournament is that they are as prepared as possible in all aspects, including fitness, as we discover from some of the leading experts in this field.
UEFA's coach education commitment
Coach education is a key priority for UEFA with the sharing of knowledge between coaches encouraged at workshops and conferences organised across the continent by European football's governing body.
Van Nistelrooy on being a striker
One of the most prolific goalscorers in UEFA Champions League history, former PSV Eindhoven, Manchester United FC and Real Madrid CF star Ruud van Nistelrooy is well placed to offer an overview on being a striker.
Secrets behind Spain's futsal success
Two coaches at the head of Spain's futsal success over the past 20 years tell UEFA Training Ground about the development and education philosophy that has helped them to the top.
The inside track on muscle injuries
The first of a three-part series about muscle injuries with FC Bayern München's esteemed medical team in Munich offers an overview on this type of problem for a footballer.
St George's coach education focus
The English Football Association is hoping that St George's Park can improve the nation's coach education, with facilities for learning that will be utilised by educators from the grassroots level upwards.
St George's helping players back to fitness
The latest part of UEFA Training Ground's tour of the English Football Association's St George's Park base takes in the sports medicine and injury rehabilitation facilities.
Kadıoğlu grassroots efforts hailed
Turkey's Fikret Kadıoğlu was named the gold award winner in the category of Best Leader in the 2013 UEFA Grassroots Day Awards for his efforts in helping local children have the opportunity to play football.