Football/Soccer Session (U14): Dribbling u14 Girls (Start Time: 2017-09-25 16:30:00)

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Robert Edward Prosser, Adult Member

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Robert Edward Prosser
Name: Robert Edward Prosser
City: Langland, Swansea
Country: United Kingdom
Rank: Elite – 0 points
Membership: Adult Member
Sport: Football/Soccer

Description

A technical and skill practice for U-14 girls team to improve dribbling ability and spatial awarness


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Technical Session

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Technical Session (15 mins)

Key Factors : Technical Practice

Organisation

3 rows of five white cones with a red cone in the middle of the outer lines and a red cone either side of the middle line underneath the red cones. Red cones are for the skill exercise

Each cone is set with 3 meter spaces each row is 7.5 meters apart so the red cones end up 15 meters apart from each other.

Footballs at the start of each line with spares by the side of each row.

Progression: Add a time limit to see which line can get the most completed dribbles using all the correct mechanics within 30 seconds.

Regression: have players dribble to the end and back without going in and out of the cones.

Challenge: Use inside of foot only, use outside of foot only, use sole of foot only, use weaker foot only

Mechanics of Technique: 1. Close control 2. Vary surfaces of the foot 3. Head up 4. Change of direction 5. Change of pace


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

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Skill Session (15 mins)

Key Factors : Skill Practice

Players are situated at each cone in pairs or threes depending on numbers available, each starting player has a ball and then have to dribble in the middle avoiding the three oncoming players by change of direction and change of pace. All players would be expected to avoid collisions and use the full mechanics of dribbling

Organisation For this exrecise there are four red cones set 15 meters apart, there will also be balls situated by each cones as emergency balls

Progression: Add extra balls so there are more people moving at the same time, add a change of direction so they are not dribbling in one driection but to any cone after reaching the middle, have a time limit to see how many dribbles one player can make within 30 seconds


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

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Small Sided Game (30 mins)

Key Factors Small Sided Game

Players are expected to dribble into the goal keepers the goal keepers then pass teh ball to their team evey tie a ball gets dribbled into the teams goal they get a point opposing players will be defending at all times if they retrieve the ball they then become the attacking team and are expected to follow the same rules of dribbling into their goals to get a point

Organisation

Pitch is set up 30 x 30 with with goal posts on all four lines.

Learning Outcomes: To develop dribbling ability and spatial awarness, to learn how to dribble under pressure, to learn teh difference between dribbling and running with the ball


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