Football/Soccer Session (Moderate): 2006 ODP Boys tryout 2016

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Lee Davis
Name: Lee Davis
City: Salt Lake City
Country: United States of America
Rank: Elite – 3 points
Membership: Adult Member
Sport: Football/Soccer
Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Technical warm up part one

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Technical warm up part one

(7 mins)

Dribble (in tight areas) or RWB in open space - look for recognition of the two and technical ability with the ball.

Stop and stretch (dynamic)

Dribble, changes of direction (turns/cuts) and moves on coaches command.

Stop and stretch (dynamic)

Water Break

Phase 2 - use if there's a shortage of soccer balls

1 ball per 4-5 players

Players pass and move in groups across whole area. On coaches command, player with the ball passes to a team mate in their group and then becomes the defender 1v3 or 4. play for 10 passes or until defender wins the ball then go back to passing and moving.

Can use some patterns of short,short, long. Up back and through, two touch - one touch etc.

Break for water.


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): 1v1  line soccer

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1v1 line soccer

Area 12-15 yards x 7yards - adjust as needed.

1v1 line soccer

Rotate roles every 3-4 minutes

Defenidning players starts with the ball and passes to attacking player.

Attacking player attemts to beat the defender and under control, dribble across the defenders endline.

Transisiton - if the defending player wins the ball, they can counter across the opponents endline.

Look for: good control of the ball, players awareness, skill/creativity, speed with the ball at their feet, ability to unbalance defender, quick reaction in tranisiton, good defending techniques, recignintion of how to delay/steer opponent vs when to win/tackle.


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): 2v2 line soccer

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2v2 line soccer

2v2 line soccer

15x10 yards - adjust as needed

Defending team starts with a pass to attacking team. Attacking team look to combine to beat defenders and score a point by controlling a pass across the endline from a pass or on a dribble.

Defending teams can counter if they win possession.

Look for: Support play - roles of 1st and 2nd attacker - 1st - penetrate on dribble/pass, creativity

2nd attacker - support/mobility

Combinations - decision making when to pass, dribble, commit defender, angles/distances of support player, decision to support or run behind based on defending teams shape, ability to unbalance opponents organization with creative/clever movements

Defenders - understanding roles of pressure/cover, making play predictable, reading the game - interceptions, compacting the area, setting traps.


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Small Sided games

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Small Sided games

SSG 5v5 6v6, 7v7, with Goal Keepers depending on numbers.

Teams are given numbers 1-8

1 coach per field 1-4 coaches stay on that field and teams rotate through.

Coaches must attempt to score each player 1-5 1=needs improvement, 5=exceptional

Teams rotate as follows:

even number teams stay on designated fields

odd number teams rotate clockwise. 12 minute games. First full rotation, each coach will score even number teams players, 2nd rotation coaches score players on odd number teams. Kids who "catch the eye" write down their number and brief comment on a different sheet. e.g - evaluating team 2 and you notice a stand out player on team 3, write down # and comment, then when its time to evaluate team 3 compare to the comment written to come up with the score for that player.


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