Football/Soccer Session (U12): Fury Double Pass 2

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Trey Woody, Adult Member

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Trey  Woody
Name: Trey Woody
City: South Amboy
Country: United States of America
Rank: Elite – 2 points
Membership: Adult Member
Sport: Football/Soccer

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

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Juggling Warm-Up

Organization:

In a 30x40 yard grid, players in groups of 2 (pairs) and a ball between the pair.

a.Juggling warm up

b.Footwork segment

c.Left foot/SAQ segment

Instructions:

"Sequential Passing (Juggling) Challenge": One partner tosses the ball to the other partner who has 1 touch to play (juggle) a pass back to the tosser; who then has 2 touches to get it back to their partner; who then has 3 touches to get it back to their partner (the tosser); etc. If the pair allows the ball to touch the ground or messes up the number (pass) sequence, then they start again at 1. See how many consecutive sequential passes (juggles) each pair can get. 

Coaching Points:

 · Players try to improve their touches (suppleness, control and foot-eye coordination) by juggling with different surfaces of their feet & body.

 · Partner has to line their body up to the ball (pass) in the air.

 · Eye contact between the 2 players.

 · Communication between the 2 players.


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Developmental Repetitions

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Developmental Repetitions

Organization: x 3 Grids (for 12 players)

Groups of 4 (A, B, C & D -- who will be a resting player) in a 20x30 yard grid with 1 ball.

Instructions:

3 lines.

 A plays Double pass with C who passes the ball to D. D takes on B 1v1

Coaching Points:

 · Awareness (check opposite side to team mate)

 · Timing of check (eye contact)

 · Timing of pass (as player checks)

Timing of run

 · Quality of pass (into back foot)

 · Communication as you pass (turn)

 · Speed of next action

Body Shape

Open for run

Pass surface of foot

Pace and weight of passes


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): 2v1 rotation tournament

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2v1 rotation tournament

Organization:

A dribbles to B (or A passes to B and gets itback to play C with pass)then passes to C, B and C attack A,

Instructions:

If defender scores he gets 2 points. If the attackers score they both get a point.

Coaching Points:

Coaching Points:

 · Head up as ball travels (see speed of defender)

 · Support player moving in on eye contact

 · Observe defenders position (best way to beat them)

 · Drive at speed

 · Commit before passing

 · Passing with surface nearest to support player

Progressions:


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Tournament 4v4

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Tournament 4v4

Organization:

4v4 Small-sided tournament games: 3 teams of 4 players each team. 1 field of 30x40 yards with 2 Pugg Goals on opposite endlines.

Play always starts from #6 at end line with the attacking team allowed 1 high target player

Can play phase style scrimmage if enough players are at practice

Instructions:

Players split into 3 teams (3 different pennie colors) of 4 and play 2 minute or Golden Goal games, winner stays on, losing team comes off & resting team comes on to play winning team. Team coming on gets to start the new game. This allows games to be short and sharp and keeps the tempo of the sessions and games high.

Coaching Points:

· Review of session's learning outcomes being translated into the game

· 3 lines of attack

· Creating diamond (gives angles of support)

· Making diamond as big as possible (Creating space)

· Identifying any chances to combine

Progressions:

None.


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