Football/Soccer Session (U12): Passing Drill

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Karl Gates
Name: Karl Gates
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Country: United Kingdom
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Sport: Football/Soccer
Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): SSG 4v2

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Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): SSG 4v2
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SSG 4v2 (20 mins)

Learning Objectives

To develop passing, possession and creating space.

Description

In a square of 5 yards we play 4v2.

The four players outside the square have a maximun of 2 touches and must maintain possession playing only from outside of the square.

The two defenders inside the square have to intercept the ball. The player who looses possession ball will change roles to become a defender

Coaching Points

1- Create space to find the right position and angle to receive the ball.

2- Improve the speed of play by limiting to 1 touch when possible.

3- It is very important to coach the correct body shape for receiving passes.

4- The 2 defending players must communicate and work together, one closing down the player in possession and the other covering the angle for the pass.


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Passing Drill

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Passing Drill (30 mins)

Passing Drill

To Develop good habit by:

1- Receiving the ball on angles

2- Receiving the ball on the half turn

3- Receiving the ball with the back foot

4- Good timing for give and go/wall pass

Coaching points

1- All players must go and meet the ball when receiving a pass

2- It is important that players receive the ball at an angle and with back foot (the foot furthest away from ball), this would put players automatically on the half turn so they can see all players involved.

3- Create space by checking (move away from the ball then return to meet it).

4- For give and go/wall pass, players should create space by stepping back and then move to meet the ball just as it`s played back to them.

The benefit from this will improve a player efficiency, mobility and awareness with or without the ball.


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