Football/Soccer Session (Moderate): 07G - FUNiño Practice (Start Time: 2019-07-15 18:00:00)

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Am-Club: Turlock Academica Jrs.

Gabriel Bolton, Adult Member

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Gabriel Bolton
Name: Gabriel Bolton
City: California
Country: United States of America
Membership: Adult Member
Sport: Football/Soccer

Description

This session utilizes the FUNiño methodology of player development. The purpose of this sesison is to develop game intelligence. Specifically we want to work on creating proper spacing, angles and distances when in possession.


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): SSG/TG FUNino

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SSG/TG FUNino (15 mins)

Objective: to develop game intelligence in players.

Organization: 3v3 with 4 goals. The field is approximately 22x30. There are two "scoring zones" at each end that are approximately 6 yards. Goals are 12 yards apart.

Instructions: players are placed 4 on a team. The game starts with the coach throwing the ball in the air in the middle of the grid. Teams play 3v3. Every time either team scores a goal they substitutes for both teams must rotate on and one player must rotate off. After a goal is scored restart with a pass or dribble from the 6 yard line. No corner kicks. No throw ins. Players can pass it in or dribble in if it goes out of bounds.

Variations: N/A

Key Coaching Points:

1. *Whick of the 2 goals is less defended? (2) *What shape should you attack and defend

in?(triangle) (3) Why should I play in atriangle? (4) Why should

attackers without the ball keep their distance from the ball carrier? (5) Should the ballcarrier pass early or as the defender gets closer? (6) Should ball-carrier pass or dribble with no defender in front of them?


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): FUNiño 3v0 PG

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FUNiño 3v0 PG (15 mins)

Objective: to create good habits in the attack.

Organization: 3v0 with 4 goals. The field is approximately 22x30. There are two "scoring zones" at each end that are approximately 6 yards. Goals are 12 yards apart.

Instructions: players progress up the field using any combination to score. Every player must touch the ball before a team can score. The goal must be scored from inside the scoring zone. The attack ends when a goal is scored or the ball goes out of play.

Variations: first team to score 5 goals wins the game.

Key Coaching Points:

1. Maintaining spacing to make scoring easier.

2. Movement so everyone can touch the ball.


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): FUNiño 3v0 2 Ways

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FUNiño 3v0 2 Ways (15 mins)

Objective: to create good habits in the attack.

Organization: 3v0 with 4 goals. The field is approximately 22x30. There are two "scoring zones" at each end that are approximately 6 yards. Goals are 12 yards apart.

Instructions: players progress up the field using any combination to score. Every player must touch the ball before a team can score. The goal must be scored from inside the scoring zone. The attack ends when a goal is scored or the ball goes out of play.

Variations: first team to score 5 goals wins the game.

Key Coaching Points:

1. Maintaining spacing to make scoring easier.

2. Movement so everyone can touch the ball.


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): FUNiño 3v1

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FUNiño 3v1 (15 mins)

Objective: to develop game intelligence and improve technical ability when WE have the ball.

Organization: 3v1 with 4 goals. The field is approximately 22x30. There are two "scoring zones" at each end that are approximately 6 yards. Goals are 12 yards apart.

Instructions: attacking team builds up from one end and plays 3v1. The defending team rotates in defenders anytime the ball goes out of bounds or either team scores. After 6 attacks the defenders and attackers swap roles.

Variations:

Key Coaching Points:

1. Maintaining spacing to make scoring easier.

2. Create a triangle with the central player back.

3. Transition from defense to attack fast.


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): SSG/TG FUNiño

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SSG/TG FUNiño (30 mins)

Objective: to develop game intelligence in players.

Organization: 3v3 with 4 goals. The field is approximately 22x30. There are two "scoring zones" at each end that are approximately 6 yards. Goals are 12 yards apart.

Instructions: players are placed 4 on a team. The game starts with the coach throwing the ball in the air in the middle of the grid. Teams play 3v3. Every time either team scores a goal they substitutes for both teams must rotate on and one player must rotate off. After a goal is scored restart with a pass or dribble from the 6 yard line. No corner kicks. No throw ins. Players can pass it in or dribble in if it goes out of bounds.

Variations: N/A

Key Coaching Points:

1. *Whick of the 2 goals is less defended? (2) *What shape should you attack and defend

in?(triangle) (3) Why should I play in atriangle? (4) Why should

attackers without the ball keep their distance from the ball carrier? (5) Should the ballcarrier pass early or as the defender gets closer? (6) Should ball-carrier pass or dribble with no defender in front of them?


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