Passing in two rectangles

  • Organisation

    Two boxes, one large and one small. A player starts at each cone. The start cone has two players and the ball.

  • Process

    The passing starts with a diagonal ball. The receiver lays the ball off to the player opposite to him. This player passed the ball out of the inner box. These three variations are continuously repeated. Each player follows his pass. Variation: Start with maximum 3 touches, then two, then one. When the drill is flowing, a second ball can be introduced. Start at the same time at cones A + B. 10 players are necessary in this variation because of the 2 balls. Two players start at each of the start cones (i.e. A + B). Now the players have to concentrate on the other ball in order to keep the rhythm and

Technique:

Trapping, Ball control, Ballskill (Touch on the ball), Passing


Condition:

Speed of movement off the ball, Speed endurance

Strength [Power & Speed]


Co-Ordination:

Quick understanding of danger, Quick decisioning, Coordination & Speed Training


Training Set:

Main point/Emphasis, End, Progression


Examples:

Training examples


Age:

U14 - U19, Any

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


Duration:

45 min


Number of Players:

1 - 5 players [5 players, 4 players, 3 players]

6 - 9 players [6 players, 9 players]

> 10 players [10 players, 13 or more playersr]


Form of Training:

Group training, Team training, Individual training


Participating Players:

Whole team


Goalkeeper:

1 goalie


Intention:

Offensive behaviors, Alone training, Groups


Skill Level:

Professional, Any, Beginner, Advanced


Spatial Behavior:

Limited playing field, Half-field


Training Location:

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

Author: Easy2Coach Database


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