Outnumbering the Opposition and Finishing

  • Organisation

    • 2 goals (with goalkeepers)

    • 8 cones

  • Process

    The drill starts with a 2v1 situation.

    After every goal or chance, one attacking player and one defending player will join each team.

    One team always has a player more than the opposing team (additional player).

    As soon as all players are joined in on the field, they will play a normal game with free touches for 5 minutes.

  • Tip

    Coaching Points:

    • Use additional player to create goal-scoring chances fast

    • As soon as all players are on the field, always try to find the open player

    • Defenders cover spaces in behind and block off passing angles

Training Set

End, Main point

Duration

30 min

Age

U13, U23+

Technique

One touch passes

Tactics

One on one, One On One, Pushing, Quick transitioning (defense to offense), Quick transitioning (offense to defense), Improving the ability to read the game, Man down/Man up, Transitional play (shifting the game)

Co-Ordination

Coordination & Speed Training, Coordinative jumping (parcour), Flexibility, Quick anticipation, Quick decisioning, Quick understanding of danger

Condition

Conditioning, Soccer-specific endurance, Speed of movement off the ball

General Training Goals

Examples

Training examples

Training Organization

Number of Players

9 players, 11 players

Form of Training

Goalkeeper training, Group training

Skill Level

Professional, Advanced

Participating Players

Whole team

Goalkeeper

1 goalie

Intention

Cooperation within the team, Defensive behaviors, Groups

Spatial Behavior

Half-field, Limited playing field, Penalty box

Training Location

Asphalt, Grass field, Turf field

Author: Tom Pilarski

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