Football/Soccer Session (U11): Crossing and Finshing

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Enrique SanJuan, Adult Member

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Enrique SanJuan
Name: Enrique SanJuan
City: Elmwood Park
Country: United States of America
Rank: Elite – 1 points
Membership: Adult Member
Sport: Football/Soccer
Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Lofted Pass Technical

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Lofted Pass Technical

Organization:

3 Players per channel

1 Player in each 7x15 box

1 Player in middle

Player on one end has a ball

Instructions:

Pattern of passes is short-short-long

Players must attempt to place a lofted pass inside the box opposite of them

Player in the middle must run back and forth to offer a support option

1 Point for each successful pass inside the box

Coaching Points:

Prep touch

Head up

Planted foot pointed toward target

Striking foot toe pointed to ground, ankle locked, laces facing toward target

Strike ball with 2nd knuckle of big toe

Planted foot is slightly behind ball, weight is slightly backwards, strike ball as low as possible

Progressions:


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Lofted Pass Technical

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Lofted Pass Technical

Organization:

4 Cones on each side of the half

All balls start at cone 1

Extra players should be in line behind cone 1 with a ball

Instructions:

Pass in sequential order and follow pass

After shot, grab ball and run back through the middle to get back in line at cone 1

You may go as soon as the person at cone 3 is ready

Coaching Points:

When and when not to use lofted pass

Pass between 1+2 is not appropriate distance for lofted pass

Pass between 2+3 is appropriate distance. Ball travels faster in air, and is harder to defend. Try to lead player so that prep touch and cross are faster

Pass between 3+4 is Appropriate distance. Ball travels faster in air, and is harder to defend. Try to lead striker so that finishing is easier. Also mention possibility of own goal or corner.

Progressions:


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Lofted Pass Conditioned Game

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Lofted Pass Conditioned Game

Organization:

7v7

Any formation that has at least 2 wide players

Instructions:

Goal is worth 1

Any goal scored from a cross is worth multiple points (based on how willing your team is to use wide areas)

Players may not dribble in to wide area, may only enter while receiving a pass

Coaching Points:

Supporting angles

When to use which type of pass

Why to use which type of pass

Progressions:

Players may not dribble in to wide area, may only enter while receiving a pass


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