This is regarded as one of the strongest soccer formations due to its large number of attacking players. Let's find out why.
There are six attacking players in this formation, meaning that at any given time, there are six offensive players ready to move the ball up the field and closer to the goal. This can be overwhelming for the opposing team, especially if they are in a formation that only has three or four defenders positioned before the goal.
The passing triangle is very popular in 4-3-3 formations because it allows passing opportunities for both the midfielders and forwards. It involves the three midfielders forming themselves in a wide triangle with the center midfielder as one point, and the two side midfielders and the other two points. This opens up passing opportunities and chances for breakaways.
This same formation is applicable for the forwards and can be learned by performing triangle drills in practices to mimic game scenarios.