Football/Soccer Session (Moderate): U11/12 Week 5 (Start Time: 2013-10-02 17:30:00)

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Am-Club: Lauren Stringer

David Quigg, Adult Member

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David Quigg
Name: David Quigg
City: Arlington
Country: United States of America
Rank: Elite – 4 points
Membership: Adult Member
Sport: Football/Soccer

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Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Street Soccer Arrival

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Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Street Soccer Arrival
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Street Soccer Arrival (25 mins)

Send you players over to the Progress Coaches and they will have your players go straight into a scrimmage as they arrive. They will start multiple games of 2v2/3v2 and 3v3 etc rather than a game with a high number of players.


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): 1v1 to 4 Goals with lateral sprints

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1v1 to 4 Goals with lateral sprints (15 mins)

When the coach yells Go! The 2 players closest to him, sprint behind the far goals and onto the field. The coach should play the ball out to the player who is quickest onto the field. A game of 1v1 ensues. The blue player tries to dribble into the shooting zone and score in either of the two goals defended by the red. If Red wins the ball he/she should attack the white’s goals. Once a goal is scored or the ball goes out of bounds, the other coach yells Go! And the same movements occur from the other side.

Focus:

•Quick Sprint

•Taking a player on

•Acceleration

•1v1 Defending


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Multiple 1v1 to 4 Goals with lateral sprints

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Multiple 1v1 to 4 Goals with lateral sprints (15 mins)

The Game: When one coach yells Go! The first 4 players sprint behind the goals, need to avoid running into each other, and onto the field. Each coach should play the ball out to the player who is quickest entering the field behind the goals closest to them (this will prevent the same player from getting both balls played to him).

Two games of 1v1 ensue.


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Multiple 1v1 to 4 Goals becomes 2v2

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Multiple 1v1 to 4 Goals becomes 2v2 (15 mins)

When the coach yells Go! 4 players sprint behind their goals, need to avoid running into each other, and onto the field. One coach should play the ball out to the player who is quickest onto the field from their original pair (this will prevent the same player from getting both balls played to him). Two games of 1v1 ensue.

Note: When the first 1v1 concludes with a goal or the ball going out of bounds, these two players should move quickly to support the ball that is still in play. This will create a 2v2 situation.

Variation: Only one coach plays a ball out. This will create a straight 2v2.


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): 4 Goal 2v2 Exercise

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4 Goal 2v2 Exercise (15 mins)

Place cones in the corner of each field, split your players into two teams and put one team in pinnies. Split each of these teams into two groups and place the two pinnie groups on the end line they will defend and the other group at the end of the field as shown in the diagram.

The coach stands in the middle with the ball ready to serve a ball in to one of the the four corners. When the coach plays the ball into one of the four corners one player from each corner enters the field and a 2v2 takes place. When a goal is scored or the ball goes out of bounds the coach immediately plays the ball to one of the four corners and four players from the last round leave the field.

Can we create overlaps and different situations rather than playing as two seperate 1v1s.


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