This research aims to identify the effect of a physical program on removing the meniscal meniscus for soccer players. The researcher used the experimental method with one experimental group for the tribal and remote measurements. The sample number was 6 injured soccer players, their ages ranged from (20-25) years, where the physical program took 12 weeks. Where the physical rehabilitation began after the end of 3 months of the surgery and after the injured were subjected to the tests and criteria for the transition to physical training, the researcher used a program to develop physical fitness during the rehabilitation period and the researcher used the exercises to develop general endurance. The researcher also used the method of training the phosphate system to develop speed and endurance of speed and the method of tactical training, as well as using psycho training to develop agility, plyometric training and the development of anaerobic capacity for the injured. The physical program was applied individually because the sample was not available at one time. The most important conclusions were the presence of significant differences between the results of the pre-test and the results of the post-test in special strength and motor abilities. The researcher recommends conducting future studies on the criteria for returning to competition, and being guided by the physical program and the scientific tests used in the research, which had a role in moving from one training stage to another.