Double One-Two II

  • Organisation

    Two cones are set up opposing one another. Three players start at each cone. One group has a ball.
  • Process

    Each action is a double one-two. Player A passes to player B who lays the ball off in space for A to run onto. Player A lays the ball off with his first touch into space for player B to run onto. B now passes over to the other side (the blue side). One-twos are then played from each side one after another.
  • Tip

    - The player waiting for the ball starts moving towards the ball as the ball is passed. - The player passing the ball must orientate his running speed to the speed of the ball. - The standing leg is often too far away from the ball and/or the player leans back. - Timing of the pass is important. - Players often run faster than they pass. - Demand good strength of pass and pass precision.
  • Field size

    12 x 12m
  • Cone margins

    Distance between the 2 cones: 25m


Ballskill (Touch on the ball)

Passing [One touch passes]


Strength [Power & Speed]

Training Set:

Main point/Emphasis, Progression


U14 - U19

U6 - U13 [Under 09, Under 10, Under 11, Under 12, Under 13]


20 min

Number of Players:

6 - 10 players [6 players]

Form of Training:

Individual training, Group training, Group training

Participating Players:

Whole team


Groups, Alone training, Groups

Skill Level:

Beginner, Advanced, Professional

Spatial Behavior:

Limited playing field

Training Location:

Turf field, Grass field, Indoor, Forest/meadow, Asphalt

Author: Easy2Coach EN GmbH

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