Football/Soccer Session (Beginner): MFC U10 Girls week 3 Passing (Intro) (Start Time: 2014-05-20 18:30:00)

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David Quigg, Adult Member

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David Quigg
Name: David Quigg
City: Arlington
Country: United States of America
Rank: Elite – 4 points
Membership: Adult Member
Sport: Football/Soccer
Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Street Soccer Arrival

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Street Soccer Arrival (10 mins)

As players arrive put straight into small sided games


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Stuck in The Mud

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Stuck in The Mud (15 mins)

Split your field in half and have the game played on one half.

Players Start without soccer balls. For the first round have the coach play the mud monster. If the players get tagged by the mud monster they are Stuck in the mud If they are stuck in the mud they must stand still with their legs open. To become unstuck another players must crawl thru the stuck players legs. The players should be encouraged to shout for help when stuck in the mud. After a few games have every player except the freeze monster get a ball.

The mud monster then has to tag or touch the soccer balls of the other players. If the mud monster touches your soccer ball you have to hold your soccer ball above your head and shout for help. To get unstuck one of the other players must put their ball thru your legs.

If game is too easy you can add another mud monster.


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Battleships

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Battleships (15 mins)

Put players in pair and set up a ball on a cone for each pair.

The players starts off about 4 or 5 yards away from the ball on the cone (battleship). Have them take turns trying to pass the ball into the battle ship and  knock the ball off the cone, if they hit the battleship they have to quickly reset the ball on the cone.

Make it into a competition, which pair can hit the battleship the most in two minutes.

If it is too easy make them take a step back every time they hit the battleship

Make sure your players are using correct technique, plant foot next to bal and striking the middle of the ball with the inside of the foot. Can the players do this with both feet?


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): 1v1 to two goals

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1v1 to two goals (15 mins)

Divide your field down the middle as shown and move your goals over. Split your players into two teams and have half of the line up at the centre cone (yellow cone) and the other half line up on the centre of the touchline. You should also create a shooting zone (about 5 yards) from Each goal.

The blue defenders pass the ball across to the red attackers. Players can score in either goal but have to enter the shooting zone before scoring. If the defender wins the ball the defender can score in either goal also.

Have the players start as soon as the ball goes out of bounds or is scored.

If coaching at the younger age group the coach may want to pass the ball across so ensure accuracy and keep the activity moving along.

Can the attackers take a 'positive first touch' towards one of the goals?

If the defender 'seals off a goal' can the attacker change direction and attack the open goal?

Can the defender move across to take some of the attackers space qwhile the ball is moving?

If you have many players you can play the same game on the other side of the field simultaneously.


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