Football/Soccer Session (Beginner): Jr ADP GU8 Fall/Winter GYM Session 21 (Start Time: 2016-04-09 13:50:00)

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Am-Club: Oakville Soccer Club

Steven Killeen, Adult Member

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Steven Killeen
Name: Steven Killeen
City: Mississauga
Country: Canada
Rank: Elite – 8 points
Membership: Adult Member
Sport: Football/Soccer

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GU8


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Ball Control

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Ball Control (5 mins)

Organization:

-15-17 players

-9 5x5 grids

-20 cones

Players working on keeping the ball up in the air.

Variations/Progressions:

-start with ball from hands

-allow bounces and catches in between

Key Points:

-Good agility, balance, coordination - on balls of feet

-Good touch/feel of the ball


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Circle Tag Warm-up

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Circle Tag Warm-up (10 mins)

Organization:

-15-17 Players

-see diagram for equipment and set-up

-working in groups of 4-5, all players except one (the tagger) form a cirle holding hands, then pick choose one player to be the target. The task is for the tagger to try and touch the target on the back, whilst the players work as a group, shuffling both directions, to protect the target. Switch roles if someone is tagged or every minute.

Coaching Points:

-how can communication help us to protect the Target?

-what movements do we need to do with our body?

-how can we use our body to make it more difficult for the tagger?


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Shielding 1v1

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Shielding 1v1 (20 mins)

Organization:

-see diagram for equipment and set-up

-Players work in pairs through a progression of shielding skill activities.

1 - Dribbling with hands

2 - Protect the ball on the cone

3 - Dribbling with feet

Coaching Points:

-how can you use your body to protect the ball?

-why is it important to use both feet?

-how can changes of speed and direction help you?


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Knockout Ladder

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Knockout Ladder (10 mins)

Organization:

-see diagram for equipment and set-up

-area approx. 15x15 (x2)

-Divide player between the 3 grids. All players are moving with a ball, the objective is to protect their own ball and kick other players ball out of the grid. If their ball is kicked out, the player moves down a grid, if they kick a ball out they move back up a grid. The goal is to stay or get to the #1 grid.

Coaching Points:

-how can you use your body to protect the ball?

-why is it important to use both feet?

-how can changes of speed and direction help you?


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): 1v1 Starting Back to Goal

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1v1 Starting Back to Goal (20 mins)

Organization:

-see diagram for equipment and set-up

-area approx. 15x20 yards

-players set-up staggered just outside box

-on attackers first movement towards ball, coach passes into attacker, and defender is now active and play 1v1 to goal

-attacker scores in full goal, defender can win ball and score in mini-goals in corners

Coaching Points:

-why is it important to know where the defender is?

-how can you use your body to protect the ball?


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