Football/Soccer Session (Moderate): Passing and Movement

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Dorian Hays
Name: Dorian Hays
City: Seattle
Country: United States of America
Rank: Elite – 0 points
Membership: Adult Member
Sport: Football/Soccer
Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Screen 1

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3 v 1 rondo (4 v 2 depending on numbers), player must move to supporting side so that player with ball always has 2 options. Ball cannot be played across box

Coaching Points:

- Use awareness and agility to quickly find another cone

- Concentrate on 1st touch into space

- What part of foot used for 1st touch

- Which direction that touch has taken you

- How hard of a touch should you take

- Properly position body to play in either direction

- Remain balanced and in control when striking the ball

- Keep head up in order to find open player in new space

- Weight of pass, player recives pass as they are moving to side


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Screen 2

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Passing and movement with 3 progression

1- A passes into B who then passes back to the corner, player follows pass

2- A passes to B which passes back to corner but then makes run to corner that is clockwise

3- A passes into B which opens up and plays to corner that is clockwise, player follows pass

Start with 2 touch then move to 1 touch

Coaching Points:

- Weight of Pass

- Opening up with back foot and taking touch into the space you want to move into

- Concentrate on all the small parts and techniques

- Make sure direction of 1st touch is where you want to go

- What surface of the foot is used

- Disguise 1st touch

- Quick movement


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Screen 3

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3 v 1 in three grids. Players must stay in their area, offering support. Points are scored by offensive team by switching from grid A to C or the revers or 10 passes. If defense wins ball they attempt to score on goal.

Coaching points:

- Players look to move into supporting position without ball

- Use combinations plays to mantain possesion

- Always have a plan

- Look to always find a new space to play into

- First touch into space, away from pressure

- Distance of 1st touch

- Open body up to the field

- Limit touches to speed play and move defender out of position

- Do not force passes

- Have a plan before recieving ball

- Constantly surveying field and assessing where best space is

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Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Screen 4

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3 v 3 tournament

Games are 7 min then switch

Coaching Points:

- Direction of 1st touch

- Speed of play

- Which foot and what surface used on 1st touch

- Looking to support ball

- Opening up to the field

- Move ball into new spaces

- Distance and direction f 1st touch


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