In many cases the mistakes made by a player in a game and even within the practice, is due to the lack or poor coordination of body movements, as the execution of certain exercises and / or skill, this is evident when the player has no control of his two game profiles, with the ball to pass or kick with his foot and makes a weak but in order to have the ball with his strong leg. For this reason, the Coordination is defined as "the combined action of central nervous system and skeletal muscle towards the development of planned movement." (Peter Schreiner, 2005) Also, Hirtz, 1981 (quoted by Weineck, 2005) mentions that the coordinative capabilities are determined mainly by the coordination, ie by regulating processes and driving the movement. Furthermore, "enable the athlete to dominate a reliable and economical motor actions in situations covered (stereotypes) and unplanned (adaptation), and learn athletic movements with relative speed." (Frey, 1977.Cited by Weineck, 2005) Much of the sporting gestures are regulated by the coordination, as in football has a great importance because of the large number of shares involved and caught in a game, including: passing at different distances, nods, jumps, sprint , money, auctions on goal, dribbling, adding the mobile (ball), the opponent (opposing player) and partner (player of the same team). Thus, it is determined that the coordinative capabilities, involve and are strongly linked to central nervous system. Within the coordinative capabilities include the following elements that comprise it, including: the ability to pace, the ability to balance, counseling skills, the ability of differentiation, adaptability, ability to mix and capacity feedback. Capacity Rate: is defined as the ability to process a rate that is given from outside, to reproduce in the form of movements. (Meinel / Schnabel, 1987. Quoted by Weineck, 2005) Capacity Balance: is defined as the ability to keep the body at steady state, and restore the state during and after displacement of the body. (Meinel / Schnabel, 1987. Quoted by Weineck, 2005) Capacity Guidance: It is concluded as the ability to identify and modify the status and body movements in space and time, under defined scope and / or a moving object. (Meinel / Schnabel, 1987.Cited by Weineck, 2005) Reaction Capacity: described as the ability to start and run motor intentionally short-term actions at signal. (Meinel / Schnabel, 1987. Quoted by Weineck, 2005) The capacity of differentiation is the ability to perform an action given the strength in time and space according to the object. The ability to adapt: to adapt an original program of action to a changing situation.