Football/Soccer Session (U15): Attacking 3. Rotational Movement. Crossing & Finishing (Start Time: 2014-04-14 21:30:00)

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Jeff Ashton
Name: Jeff Ashton
City: Stoke-on-Trent
Country: United Kingdom
Rank: Elite – 4 points
Membership: Adult Member
Sport: Football/Soccer
Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Warm Up

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Warm Up (20 mins)

Large square with a small square in the middle. Size depends on number of players you have for the practice.

Four groups of players - A, B, C, D. One player from each line goes at same time. Each player dribbles into the cones, stops the ball at the cone and runs to the right. On getting to the ball you pass out to the corner and follow your pass. The next player in line then starts the sequence.

Practice can then go across the square as shown in diagram so A & C are working together and B&D.

Four Corners

Technical

Receiving, passing, turning, dribbling.

Tactical

Combination & support play from front & behind in attacking areas

Physical

Improve co-ordination and reaction time

Psychological

Stay positive about yourself and stay focused.

Social

Trust your team mates and encourage.


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Zonal Game

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Zonal Game (20 mins)

Session Organisation.

Small Sided Game. Balls; Bibs; Cones.

Six, 15 x 15 zonal areas = 45 x 30 play area. 6 v 6 play, 1 v 1 in selected zones.

2 target players, one in each target free zone area and 2 floaters in wide free zone areas,

one each side.

Progression; Allow players to switch side to side creating 2v2 then rotational grid movement

Detail

S-S-Game. 1v1 must stay in zoned areas, retain the ball by using supporting players. To score the team in possession must recieve from a target zone player and play through to the opposite target player.

Free play to start with and then had conditions 1/2/3 touch etc.

Sideway rotation of team player in possession only.

Forward and backwards rotation of team player in possession only. Understanding game awareness and game appreciation

Four Corners

Technical.

Work on Receiving skills, dealing with the ball under pressure, passing and keeping possession by using the ball effectively.

Tactical

Individual rolls and resposibilities both defensively and offensively

Physical

Develop. Aerobic and Anaerobic capabilities of players. Game specific work

.

Psychological.

Test the ability to work under pressure, scenario

Social

Encourage your team mates


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Shooting & Finishing in a SSGame

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Shooting & Finishing in a SSGame (20 mins)

Session Organisation

36x44yds with goals at each end & half-way line marked with cones, as illustrated.

14 players (incl. 2GK’s), working in 2 teams of 7 + 4 floaters, organised 4 Defenders v 2 Attackers in each half of practice area.• Supply of balls at side of each goal.• Practice starts with: GK rolling-out to D, who combines with team mates against 2A’s to create an opportunity to shoot at goal from within defensive half. • 2A’s in attacking half, look for rebounds & deflections to score.

• GK restarts practice from opposite end if a shot misses the target or plays on if a save is made.

Detail

Early assessment & awareness of space available before/whilst spreading-out to receive from GK. Patience in build-up & possession to establish good opportunities to shoot.

1st touch to set-up shooting opportunity, or shoot with 1st touch. Shooting skills: swerving the ball, power shooting, lofting over GK, keeping shots low, angled shooting across face of goal etc A’s expect ball to become available from GK mishandling or from frame of goal.

Simple progressions for this practice are: A team defender moves forward with ball into attacking half to create 3v4. Floater players on each side of the pitch on 2 touch only.

practice area who plays for team in possession, looking to cross or drive ball into main playing area.

Four Corners

Technical

Work on passing,receiving,and shooting skills, dealing with the ball under pressure in tight areas

Tactical

Understand movement and angles to receive in tight areas

Physical

Aerobic Fitness through Game Situations. Speed/Strength and Power will be achieved through game specific work.

Psychological

Test the ability to work under pressure and set personal objectives.

Social

Communicate and encourage team mates


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): 1v1 - 2V1 Overload in wide areas

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1v1 - 2V1 Overload in wide areas (25 mins)

Session Organisation

Area 60x40yds, divided into 3 channels of equal width marked the

length of pitch & appropriate size goals at each end, as illustrated.

• 16 players (incl. 2 GK’s), arranged 8v8, as shown in the diagram.

• Supply of balls by each goal.

• Off-side lines are marked with cones at the side of pitch.

• Practice starts with the ball being rolled-out by GK to the attacking team.

• The team in possession look to build play through good ball retention

& controlled possession, with the objective of scoring a goal.

• Defending team look to counter-attack on gaining possession.

• Open play continues until the ball goes dead, the practice then

recommences with initial set-up arrangements.

Detail

Challenge: Try to use spreading-out into wide areas as an

opportunity to exploit space created in central areas to attack goal.

• Quick passing, to eliminate pressure.

• Drawing D’s to create weak side to switch play.

• Supporting play from behind to ensure defensive safety from

potential counter-attack & provide outlet passing option.

• Recognition of when to slow-down play to secure possession.

• Simple progressions for this practice are:

- Mark 5yd wide channels along each touch line that wingers/fullbacks

can attack through, unopposed.

- Switch play & early crossing into central areas with attackers

arriving quickly into space.

Four Corners

Technical.

Work on Receiving skills, dealing with the ball under pressure, passing and keeping possession by using the ball effectively.

Tactical

Individual rolls and resposibilities both defensively and offensively

Physical

Develop. Aerobic and Anaerobic capabilities of players. Game specific work

.

Psychological.

Test the ability to work under pressure, scenario

Social

Encourage your team mates


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