Football/Soccer Session (Moderate): 2 v 2 overlap/takeover combinations

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Matt Brewer
Name: Matt Brewer
City: Seattle
Country: United States of America
Rank: Elite – 0 points
Membership: Adult Member
Sport: Football/Soccer

Description

Tech: Passing/receiving/dribbling

Tact: playing around defender with combinations

Phys: ABCS

Social: FUN


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: (20 mins)

Set up area relevent to players and age.

players dribble ball around area in competitive environment. players score a point by dribbling into corner and performing skill move.

Add defenders, defenders must steal ball from other players and rotate, players are safe in corners for a time limit.

Add working in pairs.

AT:1 R:20 I:10

Coaching Points:

Scanning with head

Messi/Ronaldo

change of speed/direction

creativity

Q: when your teammate has the ball, how can you play around the defender together? A: combination


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Skill Phase 1:

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Skill Phase 1: (20 mins)

Set up area suitable to players and ability. set up 20 x 25 area divided into nine 8 x 8 sqaures.

Players start unopposed with a ball each, they score by passing the ball from one zone to the other. each time they transfer its a point.

Progress to players having to play a combination. finish by adding the rule if players are in the same square they must play overlap/take over or if another square play bounce pass.

Finish opposed.

AT:4 R:1 I:3

Coaching Points:

Width and depth

angle and distance

passing line

communication

choice of combination in relation to distance

Q: why would we play an overlap when close together? A: draws defenders away/creates space/keep possession


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Conditioned Scrimmage:

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Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Conditioned Scrimmage:
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Conditioned Scrimmage: (20 mins)

Set up 3 teams of 4 in 25 x 30 area. two teams play 4 v 4 with one team supporting on the side line.

Team in possession must play a combination with team mate or outside player before scoring. If they play a combination they get a point, if they play around a defender they get 3 points. Team with most goals at the end wins after multiple games.

AT:4 R:2 I:3

Coaching Points:

previous points

playing the combination when cannot beat a player

choice of combination in relation to distance of support and defender

support

Visual cues - movement of defender, distance of teammate


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