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    20 min

  • Three-way One-Two in a box

    1. Player A passes to player B

    2. Player B lays the ball off to player A who runs in the middle

    3. Player A plays the ball to Player b who moves to the side (towards the outer cone), Player A then takes up the position of player B

    4. Player B passes to player C

    5. Play...
    5.0

    Three-way One-Two in a box
    Process:<p>1. Player A passes to player B</p> <p>2. Player B lays the ball off to player A who runs in the middle</p> <p>3. Player A plays the ball to Player b who moves to the side (towards the outer cone), Player A then takes up the position of player B</p> <p>4. Player B passes to player C...
    Training criteria:Technique: Trapping, Ball control, Passing, Ballskill (Touch on the ball), Running technique with/without ball
    Tactics: Positional play, Positional passing
    Condition: Speed of movement with ball, Speed of movement off the ball
    Co-Ordination: Quick understanding of danger, Quick decisioning, Coordination & Speed Training
    Examples: Training examples | Game Systems (Tactical drills, Warm-up games)
    Training Set: Main point/Emphasis, Progression
    Age: Any, U14 - U19 | U6 - U13 (Under 11, Under 12, Under 13)
    Duration: 35 min
    Number of Players: 6 - 10 players, > 10 players | 1 - 5 players (3 players, 4 players, 5 players)
    Form of Training: Team training, Training in pairs, Individual training, Stations, Group training
    Participating Players: Whole team
    Intention: Alone training, Groups, Part of a team, Cooperation within the team
    Skill Level: Any, Beginner, Advanced, Professional
    Spatial Behavior: Limited playing field
    Training Location: Grass field, Indoor, Asphalt, Turf field
    Author: Database

  • 4 plus1 versus 3

    Play 4 plus 1 versus 3 with the aim to keep the ball. After an interception the defence becomes the offense and try to score at one of the outer cone goals. After the ball leaves the field or the defence scores, the coach provides a new ball. 4 player of the majority team (red) take the positions...
    5.0

    4 plus1 versus 3
    Process:<p>Play 4 plus 1 versus 3 with the aim to keep the ball. After an interception the defence becomes the offense and try to score at one of the outer cone goals. After the ball leaves the field or the defence scores, the coach provides a new ball. 4 player of the majority team (red) tak...
    Training criteria:Technique: Ball control, Ballskill (Touch on the ball), Passing, Running technique with/without ball
    Tactics: Positional passing, Positional play
    Condition: Speed of movement with ball, Speed of movement off the ball
    Co-Ordination: Quick decisioning, Coordination & Speed Training, Quick understanding of danger
    Examples: Training examples, Game Systems
    Training Set: Main point/Emphasis, Progression
    Age: Any, U14 - U19 | U6 - U13 (Under 11, Under 12, Under 13)
    Duration: 35 min
    Number of Players: 6 - 10 players, > 10 players | 1 - 5 players (3 players)
    Form of Training: Team training, Training in pairs, Individual training, Stations, Group training
    Participating Players: Whole team, Midfielders, Forwards, Defenders
    Intention: Groups, Part of a team, Cooperation within the team, Alone training, Offensive behaviors
    Skill Level: Any, Beginner, Advanced
    Spatial Behavior: Limited playing field
    Training Location: Indoor, Asphalt, Turf field, Grass field
    Author: Database

  • Through the Gate

    Players pass the ball amongst them, but each pass has to be through a different gate to a different player. I.e. player 1 passes through a gate to player 3, player 3 then pass through a different gate to player 2, player 2 then passes through a different gate to player 1 etc etc.

    P...
    15 | 5.0

    Through the Gate
    Process:<p>Players pass the ball amongst them, but each pass has to be through a different gate to a different player. I.e. player 1 passes through a gate to player 3, player 3 then pass through a different gate to player 2, player 2 then passes through a different gate to player 1 etc etc.</...
    Training criteria:Technique: Ball control, Ballskill (Touch on the ball), Passing, Running technique with/without ball
    Tactics: Positional passing, Positional play
    Condition: Speed of movement with ball, Speed of movement off the ball
    Co-Ordination: Quick decisioning, Coordination & Speed Training, Quick understanding of danger
    Examples: Training examples | Game Systems (Tactical drills)
    Training Set: Progression, Main point/Emphasis
    Age: Any | U6 - U13 (Under 11, Under 12, Under 13) | U14 - U19 (Under 14)
    Duration: 35 min
    Number of Players: 6 - 10 players, > 10 players | 1 - 5 players (3 players)
    Form of Training: Group training, Team training, Training in pairs
    Participating Players: Whole team
    Intention: Groups, Part of a team, Cooperation within the team
    Skill Level: Beginner, Advanced, Any
    Spatial Behavior: Limited playing field
    Training Location: Grass field
    Author: Primiani

  • Possession - Playing out from back

    Team with Gk is setup in formation and attempts to keep the ball off the opposition - 10 passes = a goal (ball must stay on ground) Opposition attempts to win the ball and score in the goals. 3 min periods with various rest periods. Can add another play to make it 7 v 7 if too easy.


    15 | 4.0

  • 4v4v4 Zone Bypass

    Objective is to pass ball between the outer zones by splitting the center zone defenders. If defenders intercept, the offending team transitions into the defensive zone while the intercepting team replaces them in the offensive zone. Defensive team may not leave their zone.


    20 min | 4.0

  • STRUCTURED BUILD UP & PLAY OUT WITH POSITIONAL BUILD UP

    WHEN THE BALL IS WON IN THE DEFENSIVE THIRD, ORGANISE THE BACK 4 AND MIDFIELD TO PLAY OUT THROUGH POSITIONAL BUILD UP OR (1-2-3-4-5-6) POSITIONAL DIRECT (1 -3/4-8/10)


    30 | 4.0

  • 4 vs 2 with counterattack

    Process: 4 versus 2 After the offense loses the ball, the defense counterattacks and tries to score at one of the cone goals

    Variations:

    - Only 2 touches, passes on the ground

    - Direct 1 touch passes on the ground


    3.0

  • Ball control main point I

    The players A pass to B who control the pass, encircle the cones and pass the ball to the players C. The players C control the pass in the movement and try to score a goal from the shooting line. After this all players change to the next position.


    4.0

  • Man in the middle

    The attacking players try to keep possesion of the ball. The defending players tries to steal the ball. If he succeeds he switches place with the player who lost the ball.


    20 min | 4.0

  • QUICK ATTACKING COMBINATIONS

    DEVELOP THE ABILITY OF PLAYERS TO FIND SOLUTIONS TO PENETRATE DEFENSIVE LINES DEVELOP A TEAMS ABILITY TO MAINTAIN POSSESSION DEVELOP COMBINATION PLAY DEVELOP FINISHING IN THE PLAYING AREA ADDED TO THE 18YARD BOX THE ATTACKING TEAM (YELLOW) COMBINE AND MOVE THE BALL QUICKLY TO TRY TO CREATE FORWAR...
    30 min | 4.0

    QUICK ATTACKING COMBINATIONS
    Process:<p>DEVELOP THE ABILITY OF PLAYERS TO FIND SOLUTIONS TO PENETRATE DEFENSIVE LINES DEVELOP A TEAMS ABILITY TO MAINTAIN POSSESSION DEVELOP COMBINATION PLAY DEVELOP FINISHING IN THE PLAYING AREA ADDED TO THE 18YARD BOX THE ATTACKING TEAM (YELLOW) COMBINE AND MOVE THE BALL QUICKLY TO TRY T...
    Training criteria:Technique: Trapping, Ballskill (Touch on the ball), Ball control, Passing, Dribbling, Shot technique/shooting, Feinting/trick dribbling | Goalkeeping techniques (Crossing/Owning the box, Goal kicks)
    Tactics: Wing play/Crossing | Defensive/Offensive play (One On One, Quick transitioning (offense to defense), Quick transitioning (defense to offense), One on one, Pushing) | Opening the field (Goal kicks)
    Condition: Speed of movement off the ball
    Co-Ordination: Quick understanding of danger, Quick decisioning, Coordination & Speed Training
    Examples: Training examples
    Training Set: Main point/Emphasis, End, Progression
    Age: Any, U14 - U19 | U6 - U13 (Under 10, Under 11, Under 13)
    Duration: 35 min
    Number of Players: 6 - 10 players, > 10 players
    Form of Training: Group training, Team training, Goalkeeper training, Individual training
    Participating Players: Whole team
    Goalkeeper: 2 goalies
    Intention: Alone training, Groups
    Skill Level: Beginner, Advanced, Professional, Any
    Spatial Behavior: Double penalty box, Limited playing field
    Training Location: Grass field, Indoor, Asphalt, Turf field
    Author: Fraser

  • Cross and Finish

    Can be done on both ends of a full size Field


    4.0

  • Warm-Up I (Passing)

    The players form pairs, go to one cone goal and pass through them. On command of the coach the players move to another cone goal.


    3.0

  • 1:1 on small goals

    Player A dribbles with the ball into the field and tries to score a goal in the 1:1 situation. Player B starts at the same time and tries to intercept this attempt.


    4.0

  • Widht- and depth with zones

    The attacking team shall make sure to create width of the game by having one player in each wide-zone. And to create depth of the game by having one player creating depth in front of the player with the ball, and one player creating depth behind the player with the ball.


    35 min | 3.0

  • Pendulum game

    The aim for the attacking team is to make the ball to both the jokers. They get one point if they succeeds to play the ball to both the jokers without loosing the ball.


    30 min | 3.0

  • Accelerationgame

    A point is scored when a player is able to un in maximum speed through a "gate" and then recieve a pass.


    20 min | 4.0

  • Passing in a box

    Player A passes to player B and follows his pass. Player B moves towards the pass and lays the ball off for player and encircles his cone. Player A plays the ball for player B to run on to. Player B then passes to Player C and so on


    3.0

  • Attacking & Defending 2

    The players build pairs. Each pair has one ball and two cones. The pairs spread across the field, keeping enough distance to the next pair. Each group sets up a small goal with the cones. The first player (without ball) has to defend his goal, the second one on the ball tries to dribble through t...
    4.0

    Attacking & Defending 2
    Process:<p>The players build pairs. Each pair has one ball and two cones. The pairs spread across the field, keeping enough distance to the next pair. Each group sets up a small goal with the cones. The first player (without ball) has to defend his goal, the second one on the ball tries to dr...
    Training criteria:Technique: Trapping, Ball control, Passing, Ballskill (Touch on the ball), Running technique with/without ball | Shot technique/shooting (Inside of the laces passing, Volley, Half-volley, Inside of the foot, Outside of the foot, Laces)
    Tactics: Wing play/Crossing, Positional passing, Positional play, Defensive/Offensive play
    Condition: Speed of movement off the ball, Speed endurance, Speed of movement with ball | Strength (Leaping strength, Power & Speed)
    Co-Ordination: Quick understanding of danger, Quick anticipation, Coordination & Speed Training, Quick decisioning, Quick processing, Quickness of reaction
    Examples: Training examples, Game Systems
    Training Set: Break, End, Progression, Main point/Emphasis
    Age: U14 - U19, Any, Adult (from 18 years on) | U6 - U13 (Under 13, Under 12, Under 11, Under 10, Under 09, Under 8, U 07 (6-7 years))
    Duration: 90 min
    Number of Players: > 10 players | 1 - 5 players (5 players, 4 players, 3 players, 2 players) | 6 - 10 players (6 players, 7 players, 8 players)
    Form of Training: Group training, Team training, Training in pairs, Individual training
    Participating Players: Whole team
    Goalkeeper: 1 goalie, 3 goalies
    Intention: Training for fun, Motivational training, Groups, Offensive behaviors, Defensive behaviors, Part of a team, Alone training, Cooperation within the team
    Skill Level: Advanced, Professional, Any, Beginner
    Spatial Behavior: Half-field, Limited playing field, Free space
    Training Location: Grass field, Indoor, Forest/meadow, Asphalt, Turf field
    Author: Database

  • Attacking and Defending 4

    This drill takes place in a limited playing field of 15x20m. The players are divided in two teams. The first group is positioned on the left side next to the goal, the other group on the right side (distance: 4-5m to the posts). The coach stands with the ball around 20-25m in the middle in front ...
    5.0

    Attacking and Defending 4
    Process:<p>This drill takes place in a limited playing field of 15x20m. The players are divided in two teams. The first group is positioned on the left side next to the goal, the other group on the right side (distance: 4-5m to the posts). The coach stands with the ball around 20-25m in the m...
    Training criteria:Technique: Trapping, Ball control, Passing, Ballskill (Touch on the ball), Running technique with/without ball | Shot technique/shooting (Inside of the laces passing, Volley, Half-volley, Inside of the foot, Outside of the foot, Laces)
    Tactics: Wing play/Crossing, Positional passing, Positional play, Defensive/Offensive play
    Condition: Speed of movement off the ball, Speed endurance, Speed of movement with ball | Strength (Leaping strength, Power & Speed)
    Co-Ordination: Quick understanding of danger, Quick anticipation, Coordination & Speed Training, Quick decisioning, Quick processing, Quickness of reaction
    Examples: Training examples, Game Systems
    Training Set: Break, End, Progression, Main point/Emphasis
    Age: U14 - U19, Any, Adult (from 18 years on) | U6 - U13 (Under 13, Under 12, Under 11, Under 10, Under 09, Under 8, U 07 (6-7 years))
    Duration: 90 min
    Number of Players: > 10 players | 1 - 5 players (3 players, 4 players, 5 players) | 6 - 10 players (6 players, 7 players, 8 players)
    Form of Training: Group training, Team training, Individual training
    Participating Players: Whole team
    Goalkeeper: 3 goalies, 1 goalie
    Intention: Groups, Offensive behaviors, Defensive behaviors, Part of a team, Alone training, Cooperation within the team, Training for fun, Motivational training
    Skill Level: Professional, Any, Beginner, Advanced
    Spatial Behavior: Limited playing field, Free space, Half-field
    Training Location: Indoor, Forest/meadow, Asphalt, Turf field, Grass field
    Author: Database

 


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