Passing with different Pass and Move Variation I

  • Organisation

    Three cones are laid out as shown. Two players stand at the starting cones, two players stand at the middle cones and at the cone nearest to the goal.
  • Process

    A (1) passes to C at which point B moves 2 to 3 meters to the side to receive the pass from C (2) and then passes to D (3) with his first touch. The same combination of passes now flows in the other direction. D passes (4) to A, who has now moved to the middle cone after his first pass. D runs to A after his pass, also to the middle cone. A lays the ball of in space for C to run onto. C has moved after pass 3 and now passes to player F (6). etc. C follows the ball toF after his pass (6). A takes up the position from B and D takes over the position from D. Now the same combination of passes flows again, starting at F.
  • Tip

    3 cones, - The exercise requires lots of running and a large amount of inteligence. - The players will need a certain amount of time until they have managed to memorise the movements. - Good technique and combination passing is necessary. - Precision is more important than speed. - Concentration must be held at all times. - Communication is continuously important. - Anticipation, awareness, reaction, speed of movement with and without the ball are regularly tested. - Practise of rehearsed phases of play.
  • Field size

    20 x 8 Meters
  • Cone margins

    Distance between cones: 10 Meters

Training Set

Main point, Progression


20 min


U19, U18, U17


One touch passes, Short passing, Ballskill (Touch on the ball)


Power & Speed, Strength endurance, Speed endurance

Training Organization

Number of Players

6 players

Form of Training

Group training, Individual training

Skill Level


Participating Players

Whole team


Alone training, Groups, Offensive behaviors

Spatial Behavior

Limited playing field

Training Location

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

Author: Christian Titz

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