Football/Soccer Session (Moderate): 2004 Boys Indoors #15

Club Logo

Am-Club: OSU FORCE ACADEMY

David Barbier, Adult Member

Profile Summary

David Barbier
Name: David Barbier
City: Stittsville
Country: Canada
Rank: Elite – 2 points
Membership: Adult Member
Sport: Football/Soccer
Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Scottish 4 player control work

See the guidance at the top of this page to understand why you are not seeing interactive Football/Soccer images.

Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Scottish 4 player control work
Save Image: Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Scottish 4 player control work

Scottish 4 player control work (15 mins)

Scottish 4 player control work

#1 2 players have a ball in their hands, one player without and a worker in the middle of them all. One player with the ball throws to the worker and the worker volleys the ball to the free player. The player who did not throw the ball now throws the ball to the worker and the worker volleys to the new open player. This sequence continues and the worker is to use opposite foot each time forcing him to use different parts of their foot to send the ball.

Coaching Points

Balls of your feet

eyes on the ball

be sure to use right foot then left foot

talk about why you may need to use the outside of the foot in the game

#2

Same set up as #1 but this time one feeder has the ball in the hands, the other 2 are at their feet. The worker receievs a pass, gives it back, receives a toss, heads it back, receives a pass from the other side and passes back. Then go back to the first passer and continue the sequence.

Coaching points

balls of feet

eyes to the ball

feeders should try to have the ball gone before the worker looks at them so that they have to track the ball and find it to play it. Worker dictates the speed of the ball movement.

At the highest level the passers are playing 1 touch and the feeder in the air tosses right after catching. Difficult to get that fast but it is the goal.


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Everton Box Passing Drill progression

See the guidance at the top of this page to understand why you are not seeing interactive Football/Soccer images.

Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Everton Box Passing Drill progression
Save Image: Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Everton Box Passing Drill progression

Everton Box Passing Drill progression (20 mins)

Everton Box Passing Drill

•Set up a 40x20 grid with 2 cones in the middle of the grid 2 yards apart. 2 more cones 5 yards closer from the middle cones.

•Have a line of people at each cone around the grid and 1 person on each of the 4 cones in the middle.

•2 balls at 2 opposite diagonal corners of the grid.

•2 players with a 1 marker check away from the ball opposite them and check to the ball. They receive a pass, check their shoulder, fix their shape, receive on the half turn and make a pass to the player marked 2 who has already checked away etc. and comes to meet the ball along the endline. Player 2 now plays back to 1 and then goes around the cone where he came from to get on the back end of the give and go. The 2 players in the middle now switch sides with their check off just like the original box drill and play through whichever progression you like of that version.

Players rotate as they did in the other version with simply following their pass.

•Progression has the pass to the middle being a man on call, instead of the turn call. Now the ball is passed back with a set call and then sent up to the next line. Same change of line process goes on.

•Next progression has the player in the middle calling for an overlap after he makes the set pass and then receiving the ball back and then sending it up to the next cone.

•Lastly, after the overlap, don’t pass straight but instead pass to the opposite corner player (who checked away, checked to, checked shoulder, fixed shape, received on the half turn) and then he plays a give and go with the player opposite him to then continue the sequence on the other side. (only 2 balls are used in this progressed version of this drill.)

The addition of the player 1 to the box drill gets players thiking more about spacing in the midfield and their movement paterns off each other.


To link this page so that even non-Members can see it, copy paste this URL