Futsal Session (U7 to U10): Creative Attacking

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Steve Nichol
Name: Steve Nichol
City: Leeds
Country: United Kingdom
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Membership: Adult Member
Sport: Futsal

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Futsal Session Plan Drill (Colour): Dribbling and Attacking Combinations

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Dribbling and Attacking Combinations

Description

Warm-up: ball manipulation working individually with the ball work on the following moves:

1. Dribbling - cutting ball inside/outside

2. Stepovers and variations.

3. Ronaldinho.

4. Ronaldo.

5. Chop.

All players have a ball including defenders. Attackers dribble ball through both grids, all attackers go at approximately same time (rather than one at a time) aiming to reach the end grid. Defenders aim to tackle without losing their own ball.

PROGRESSION 1: Defenders no longer have a ball.

PROGRESSION 2: Into a 2-vs-1 in each grid, a floater is added, allowing attackers to beat defenders with a move or a pass. Note, all attackers continue to go at same time, which also brings interference.

a.Wall pass/overlap around first defender.

b.Play to second server around first defender.

c.Third man run – play to first server, who plays to second server and back to same attacker.

Technical

1. Close control.

2. Recognise opportunity to dribble, space behind defender

3. Positive attitude

4. Speed/acceleration

5. Timing of move / protection of ball

6. Move selection and execution

Tactical

1. When to dribble.

2. Commit defender.

3. Movement around defender.

Physical

1. Changes of speed.

2. FFMs - coordination when dribbling.

3. Body strength.

Psychological/Social

1. Positive attitude.

2. Learning styles - demonstration, Q&A, player lead.

Learning Objectives

1. Dribbling techniques and performance under pressure.

2. Identify when to dribble.

3. Alternative means/combinations to beat defenders.


Futsal Session Plan Drill (Colour): 1v1s & 2v2s

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Futsal Session Plan Drill (Colour): 1v1s & 2v2s
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1v1s & 2v2s

Description

Each pair plays 1v1 in each lane.

Progressions:

1. Attackers can cross the lanes and score in any goal, defenders must stay in their lane - attackers can identify opportunities to dribble, encourages communication amongst defenders.

2. Play 2v2 with four goals across the two combined lanes.

Technical

Same as part 1 however it is performed under greater pressure.

1. Close control.

2. Recognise opportunity to dribble, space behind defender

3. Positive attitude

4. Speed/acceleration

5. Timing of move / protection of ball

6. Move selection and execution

Tactical

1. Commit defender.

2. How to move the defender to create sopace to dribble.

3. Combinations to beat defenders.

4. Movements to support player in possession.

Physical

1. Changes of speed.

2. FFMs - coordination when dribbling.

3. Body strength.

Psychological/Social

1. Positive attitude.

2. Player ownership/freedom to work on moves to beat defenders.

3. Communication.

Learning Objectives

1. Dribbling techniques and performance under pressure.

2. Identify when to dribble.

3. Alternative means/combinations to beat defenders.

4. Defending - when to press / communication.


Futsal Session Plan Drill (Colour): SSG - 1v1 in Final Third

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SSG - 1v1 in Final Third

Description

One player from each team must stay in end zone as a defender. The players in the middle must combine to free a player, so that they can attack the end zone creating a 1v1 to beat defender. Defenders can also be used to help retain possession for the attacking team.

Progressions:

1. Add a forward into end zone encouraging combinations around defender when attacker breaks to enter (2v1).

2. As progression 1, however the attacking player entering final third can be tracked by a defender (2v2).

Note in these progressions a midfield player can drop into defensive third to receive possession from GK encouraging playing out from the back.

Technical

1. Recognise opportunity to dribble.

2. Positive attitude.

3. Move selection.

4. End product.

Tactical

1. Creating space.

2. Identify when to dribble/maintain possession - can they play forward?

3. Combinations to release players.

Physical

1. Fundamental football movements related to dribbling and game play.

Psychological/Social

1. Positive attitude.

2. Understanding roles in a team and linking together.

3. Selfless play - creating space to support first attacker.

Learning Objectives

1. Creating opportunities to dribble.

2. Identify when to dribble and a positive attitude.

3. Ability to beat opponent in 1v1 - techincal skills of beating opponents - dribbling techniques and performance under pressure.

4. Alternative means/combinations to beat defenders.


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