Football/Soccer Session (Beginner): Attacking Principle - Junior Sports Academy (JSA) U12 (Start Time: 2016-04-09 16:45:00)

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Zamri Basri (SIN), Adult Member

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Zamri Basri (SIN)
Name: Zamri Basri (SIN)
City: Singapore
Country: Singapore
Rank: Elite – 0 points
Membership: Adult Member
Sport: Football/Soccer

Description

Introducing principle of attacking (penetrative passing and support play)


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Warm Up

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Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Warm Up
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Learning Objectives

Technical
Technical
Ball mastery
Technical
Tactical
N.A.
Technical
Physical
Fitness
Technical
Psychological
Concentration and Awareness
Technical
Social
Communication

Warm Up (15 mins)

Organisation:

4 grids (5x5) with different colours on each corner of a 40x40 grid.

Each player with a ball.

Instructions:

Each player to dribble within the 40x40 grid. The coach will shout a colour grid and all the players will run to gather in the grid.

Variations:

May begin the warm-up with ball mastery in stagnant position.

Dribble with the ball into the coloured grid.

Mix and match of ball mastery and ruushing into the grids.

Impose simple punishment (push-ups, jumping jacks etc) for last player to enter grid

Coaching point:

Improve of player concentration and awareness.

Encourage player to lookup for during dribbling and rushing for the grid.

Improve and build confidence on ball mastery.


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Movement and provide angle of pass

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Movement and provide angle of pass (15 mins)

Organisation:

Set up a grid that is 10X10. Organize the team into groups of three players per grid. Each of the three players should position themselves near 3 different corners of the grid with one ball.

Instructions:

Players are simply to never leave the adjacent cone to the player with the ball empty. For example, say the drill begins with a player at position 1 in possession of the ball while players at 2 and 4 start at the cones adjacent to the player at 1. The player at position 1 can pass to either of the players at positions 2 and 4. If the player at position 1 passes to the player at position 4, the player at position 2 must quickly move to position 3 in order to support the player in “un-defended space”. The play continues with no defensive pressure and players are allowed to pass to either supporting player. This soccer drill is simple, however, players will have to pay attention to the ball movement and often anticipate the next move in order to move to space quicker.

Variations:

Play with 1 or 2 touches

Add a defender

Coaching point:

Player to think and move to the next supporting position.

Explain the Defended Area

Player to assist teamates wiith good angle of support


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

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Penetrative Passing (15 mins)

Organisation:

Make a grid 20x20. Split team into three teams of two players per grid.

Instructions:

2 teams work together on the outside of the grid while the 2 defenders work on the inside of the grid. The four players on the outside keep possession and keep the ball from the defending team in the grid. The outside team scores a point when the ball is passed between two defenders (SPLIT) and is received by their teammate across the grid.

If a defender manage to the ball from the player on the attacking team, he and his partner become the defenders and the team winning the ball comes outside the cones and joins the other attackers.

When the defensive team gets split, they have to win the ball 1 extra time. So for example, say the 2 defenders get split 2 times before winning the ball, they must win the ball 3 times before switching with the attackers.

Variations:

Limit the number of touches per possession

Expand the grid (eg 40x40) and have the players play inside the grid instead of outside the grid.

Coaching point:

Attacking players are moving for their partners and opening up in space.

Balls are passed with good pace and on target.

Encourage players to communicate verbally and with their body and hands.


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): 4 Corner Goal (4v4 / 5v5)

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4 Corner Goal (4v4 / 5v5) (20 mins)

Organisation:

Grids of 7x7 and set them about 40X50 apart on all sides. Split the group into two teams.

Instruction:

Instruct the teams to pass among their team to keep possession while attempting to score a point by passing the ball to a teammate that is inside one of the smaller grids. The teams can score in any of the corners, however, they cannot score in the same corner twice in a row.

Variations:

Do not allow players to stand inside the grids waiting for a pass. Instead, instruct the players to work on timing of the runs and timing of the pass to connect inside the grid.

Change the scoring rule to where the goal is scored only when a give and go is performed with the player that is in the grid.

Coaching Point:

Weight and accuracy of the passing

Player without the ball should render support to the player with the ball at all times

Making decisive runs to ensure run and pass are in sync.

Enforce players to change the point of attack and are not forcing passes into congested areas.

Making advantagen of open areas.

Communication within teamates to allow anticipation of pass.


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