Football/Soccer Session (Moderate): GU15 Framing the Goal Session

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Fabrice Gautrat
Name: Fabrice Gautrat
City: GA Rush
Country: United States of America
Rank: Elite – 8 points
Membership: Adult Member
Sport: Football/Soccer
Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): 3v1 Warm-up

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3v1 Warm-up (10 mins)

4v1 Warm-up:

Rules:

- First team to 5 points

- Player in the middle gets one point if they win the ball or if the ball goes out

- Players on the outside get one point if they connect 4 passes.

Passing Progression: How many passes can you get in 30 seconds?

1) Player in middle is passive and players work on movement off the ball while receiving and passing accurately.

2) Can progress to having two balls on outside and middle player has to receive from one and pass it to the other

3) "" as 2 but now players on outside can move to make it harder for player in the middle to receive and pass the ball.

Coaching Point: 3 step rule, always supporting your teammate.

Bunch up to win the ball, spread out to keep it!


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): U12's: Deft First Touch

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U12's: Deft First Touch (5 mins)

Developing First Touch:

Set-up:

4 players: 10 x 10 grid. One ball per outside perimeter player.

Progression: how many passes can you complete in 30 seconds?

Three players on outside with two balls and one player in the middle.

Take one ball out so that there are three perimeter players with only two balls.

1)Player in middle has to receive ball from one of their teammates and pass the ball to other player who doesn't have a ball.

2) Same as #2 but now perimeter players can move after they pass to increase level of difficulty.

Coaching points: How should you receive the ball? Hips open and ball across your body. Players need to scan/peak before receiving the ball. How quickly can you receive and play?

Ball Mastery: (do this for 2 minutes at the start of this session)

1) player makes contact with inside of foot with ball and rolls ball under foot where the sole touches it all by moving forward. Stay with the one foot.

2) player does same thing but alternates with both feet.


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): 4v2+2 Transition Game

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4v2+2 Transition Game (10 mins)

4v2 Transition: can be played with 7. 1 Neutral goes into both grid.

Grid: 2- 10x15 yard grids.

Rules

Every 5 passes = 1 point.

If Defending team wins it and passes ball to other grid they get 2 points

If team loses possession they go and defend in opposite grid.


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): 23-24 Yard Shuttles

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23-24 Yard Shuttles (15 mins)

Players have to speed dribble with ball around cones which are 23-24 yards away.

Partern up. Players have to complete at least three runs (there and back in figure 8 pattern) in 30 seconds.

10 Runs=10 minutes.


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Framing The Goal

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Framing The Goal (20 mins)

Framing the Goal activity.

Set-up.

-Played within the 18

-3 attackers

-2 defenders

-1GK

- two to three shooters at the top of the D with a pile of balls

- Arc of Servers outside the 18, each has a ball.

Rules:

Exercise starts with a flank service. Ball is dead when it is in the goal, out of play or cleared over the arc servers who may one touch the ball back into the box.

- One touch restriction for all players outside the box

- When ball is dead, shooter at the top of the "D" takes a two touch shot. When ball is dead, move to the second server and repeat until all players have served from the left to the right.

Midfielders

- Midfielders can have a one touch shot if ball is poorly cleared or redirections from strikers.

Strikers

- Two strikers nearest to the flank service fronts the defender putting themselves in goal scoring positions.

- Third strikers read and reacts to situation

Framing the Goal:

- Central striker positions herself approx 5 yards in front of GK to provide a screen for the shot

- move towards the shot so that no obstruction call is made

- wide strikers move two yards wide of post to redirect any shots going wide.

- finish any shot deflected by the goalkeeper or shanked by defenders


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): 7v7 Half Court Offense

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7v7 Half Court Offense (30 mins)

Front 7 vs. back four and 1.

Ball is played into back four. And front 7 needs to win it and go to goal.

Variables:

Too slow > limit touches on ball

Not creative enough > Forward movements from forwards and combination play


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