Football/Soccer Session (Moderate): Patterns in a 2v1 for creativity

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Tyler Krumpe
Name: Tyler Krumpe
City: Manhattan Beach, CA
Country: United States of America
Rank: Elite – 8 points
Membership: Adult Member
Sport: Football/Soccer
Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): passing while on the move

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passing while on the move

start training with fitness/skills competition.

as the pass is passed by a player he must SPRINT BACKWARDS as hard as he can. when his teammate plays the return pass, he must sprint forwards and meet the ball, then sprint backwards again. go from 1 touch mandatory to 2 touch mandatory to alternating between the 2.


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): underlap/double give and go

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could be our two forwards or our two midfielders, or a winger with either. The reason we are doing 2v1s is to work on converting overload situations once we've swung the ball. do this session after a changing the point of attack session and watch the number of overloads increase.

set up: use an area the same size as desired age field flank area (corner flag to edge of box)

this example is an 10x18.

Pattern A. player 10 makes a slashing run across opponent. player 7 lays ball into his feet, makes a run in just behind 10s back. 10 knows ball isnt through, as his run suggests, so due to pass into feet he steps on ball and rolls backward for teammate.

defenders play at 50% to start, then let players choose between playing them through or to feet as let defenders play 100% once ball is passed to 10.

remind them that this kind of play is to be used when we get 2v1s on the wing, so play this game in the corners of the field to reenforce that. my team is playing a 3-5-2 so I am using my winger and a withdrawn forward to combine and put the ball in the box.

Pattern B: (double give and go) Player 8 is RWTB and 11 is showing he wants a throughball. 11 quickly pops out of his run and shows to feet. because defender is central, 11 knows 8's pass will be wide if he wants him to keep it. 8 will play 11 inside so 11 knows 8 wants to combine.

11 will return ball back inside and at a negative angle to 8. idea is that our defender should be biting on this, play another give and go but increase the distance between the two of you at the same time, so our winger will play that second pass from wider and our CM will loop his run inside to create a good angle for the second pass.


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Inside Out

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C was a staple of my club team and a pattern I'm a big fan of that. Playing against 4-4-2s a lot can bring out some stale games, this is a way to unbalance the midfielders/defenders using your flank players.

10 is positioned inside 11 and plays ball forward to 11s outside foot. 10 immediately makes a run forward to get wider then 11. 11 sees run and drops ball back wide at a negative angle. because 11 played ball wide, to create a good passing angle for 10, he is going to dart inside and open his body to the ball. 10 plays 11 and makes a curled run to get the ball back in behind defender.

D: Both 7 and 6 have found themselves wide and covered by 1, we can still exploit this space quickly before too many close us down. 6 plays to 7 inside, his defender will cover HARD because he thinks 7 is going to goal, 6 makes his run wide and 7 slips him the ball with a heel or soul of the foot pass. 7 curls his turn toward front post and prepares for return pass.


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): 11 v11 Thirds of the Pitch game. Risk/Safety

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Play a 3-5-2 against a 4-4-2

no aaron, Ben, Ryan A,

Play Brandon in goal with Youki Will and Cameron in the back. Ike and Vo out wide. Tyler and Devin as the Dmids. Marco Attacking Mid. Burch and Caleb up top.

Against Ben in Goal.

Youki Dydo and Zach in the back

Ryan A and Grant as the DMIDS

Nick as the attacking mid.

Larue and Reece out wide

Reed up top with Sean


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