Football/Soccer Session (Moderate): turning

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JASA Coastal Surge
Name: JASA Coastal Surge
City: Jacksonville
Country: United States of America
Rank: Elite – 1 points
Membership: Adult Member
Sport: Football/Soccer
Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Warm up

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

Organization:

As abaove

Instructions:

White team start as the attackers. Attackers score by getting to either cone before the defender does.

Play for one minute and then swap roles as attackers and defenders.

Coaching Points:

- Be positive, attack the space

- Awareness of the defender

- Use of stop-starts to slow the defender down

- Quick turns if the defender gets ahead

Scenarios:

- Defender behind - Speed up

- Defender level, space infront - Stop start

- Defender level, space behind - Turn

- Defender ahead - Turn


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Four goal WC

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Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Four goal WC
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Four goal WC

25x25, grid can vary based on ability level.

Split your team into four equal teams, or best you can.

The coach playes a ball out, and one player from each goal comes out and plays 1v1v1v1.

If your goal gets scored on your team loses a life.

If you score a goal, your team gains a life.

(you determine how many lives they start out with)

Once a team is out of lives, you close their goal... but they are not out of the game, they simply cannot be scored upon... if that team whose goal is closed scores, their goal opens again.

(some play if you lose all your lives your team is out... then last team standing wins)

Focus on players being confident with the ball, looking for open space to dribble in and not predetermining where they want to go/score.


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