Four-zones distance game

  • Organisation

    The pitch is divided into four equal areas with one smaller area in the middle. Each team have one player in each area. In the middle there is one extra attacking player.

     

  • Process

    The four players in each team are only allowed to play in their zone. The extra attacking player move in his space. Otherwise it's regular game.

  • Tip

    Variations of the game:

    - Let the extra attacking player move all over the pitch.

    - Use an extra attacking player.

    - Let the players move free on the pitch but they can't be more than one attacking player in each area for more than 2 seconds.

  • Field size

    30 x 40 meters. 15 x 20 meters for each big area and 6 x 6 meters for the middle area.

Technique:

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

Condition:

Speed of movement off the ball

Co-Ordination:

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

Training Set:

Progression, Main point/Emphasis, End

Examples:

Training examples

Age:

Any

Duration:

45 min

Number of Players:

> 10 players [13 or more playersr]

Form of Training:

Team training

Skill Level:

Any

Author: Robert Johansson

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