Football/Soccer Session (Moderate): U12/U14 Session 2

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Andrew Cameron
Name: Andrew Cameron
City: Saskatoon
Country: Canada
Rank: Elite – 0 points
Membership: Adult Member
Sport: Football/Soccer
Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Stage 1

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Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Stage 1
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Stage 1

Players must complete 5 passes before transfering the ball to the opposite grid. Once the ball is transfered, two new players enter the grid to support. Defender must get 3 points to get out. 2 points for winning possession and dribbling over a line (possession players can still win the ball for realistic transition moment) and 1 point for intercepting a pass.

Set up: Two 14x14 grids side by side.

Coaching Points:

- Maintain two open passing lines to the ball

- Receive the ball across your body

- Draw in the defender before passing the ball

- Open body shape to pass the ball to a new direction

- First touch in motion - not killing the ball

- Players in the opposite grid should stay away in order to create space from defender

**Players must play on minimum 2 touches**


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Stage 2

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Stage 2

Possession rondo looking at creating numerical superiority and areas of the field to keep possession.

3v3+3 the team in possession must complete 5 passes in all four grids to gain a point.

Set Up: Four grids all 14v14.

Coaching Points:

- All previous points covered in passing & receiving

- Complete 5 passes before 3rd defender can arrive. 4v2 is optimal situation

- Objective is to draw in defenders to create a free man/grid

- Positioning to maintain numerical superiority in grid with ball, as well as supporting grids.


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