Football/Soccer Session (Beginner): Week 4 ODP 1st Session (Start Time: 2018-02-04 07:00:00)

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Am-Club: Oakville Soccer Club

Dave Beveridge, Adult Member

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Dave  Beveridge
Name: Dave Beveridge
City: Oakville
Country: Canada
Rank: Elite – 4 points
Membership: Adult Member
Sport: Football/Soccer

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Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Week 4 ODP 1st Session

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Week 4 ODP 1st Session

Warm Up

Set Up

Set up a 30m x 20m grid, divide the players into two groups facing each other, All player must have a soccer ball.

Procedure

On Coach's call players dribble to the opposite side performing various foot skills.

-Inside touches

-Outside touches

-Strong/weak foot touches

-Soll roll touches

-Laces touches

-Sole Roll/Step Over

-drag turn/U turn technique

Emphasis:

Quality touches on the ball

Eyes up after every touch to watch out for other players

Introduce short 'Messi' touches to keep the ball close and big 'Ronaldo' touches to push the ball into space to go faster


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Week 4 ODP 1st Session (10 mins)

Set Up

Players work in pairs, one soccer ball between each pair.

Procedure 

Select proper weight and timing of the pass

Look at target before making the pass (communication)

Eyes in the ball at the moment of contact

When receiving, Good first touch to control and prepare to make a pass

Keep your toes up and the ankle locked of your kicking foot.

Follow through toward your target

Use the instep of the foot to receive and pass

Body position and balance. Slightly bent knee and body over the ball  BOB for low passes

Practice with both feet

Emphasis

Ensure that the inside of the foot is used for passing, not the toe.

When passing the ball it shouldn't be too soft/slow, there needs to be some pace and conviction as they start to get older.


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Week 4 ODP 1st Session

Set Up

This passing soccer drill begins with the players in the middle dribbling their soccer ball in the middle of the area and passing the ball to a player on the outside when they wish. The players on the outside will take a touch and then pass the ball back to them. This type of pass is called a 1,2 pass. After a few minutes, swap the players over on the outside and inside.

Progression

Take a look below at the different progression ideas for this drill.

1) The players on the outside should pass the ball back first time without controlling the ball first.

2) The players in the middle can practice using both feet to pass as well as the outside of the foot.

3) You could allow the players on the outside to have a ball each and dribble up and down the line. Once a player in the middle needs to pass, they leave their ball and carry on with the 1,2 pass and then carry on dribbling their own ball on the outside.

4) The players in the middle have to perform a skill, turn or trick before passing the ball to the outside player.

5) You could make the square larger and make the players pass long-balls or shorten the square so they require close control.

6) After the player in the middle has passed their ball, they go and find another player on the outside who passes them someone else's ball.

Emphasis

Ensure that the inside of the foot is used for passing, not the toe.

When dribbling the ball, make sure that close control is used.

When passing the ball it shouldn't be too soft/slow, there needs to be some pace and conviction as they start to get older.


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Week 4 ODP 1st Session (20 mins)

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Set up

Players placed onto a field 35m x20m into teams of 3v3 or 4v4

 Procedure

If the ball goes out of the field players can make the decision to either pass or dribble in, Once the ball has been saved or gone out for a goal kick, the defensive team must retreat to the halfway line, Allow the players to play

Emphasis

Dispersal

Support/Depth

Mobility

Penetration

Individualism

High Tempo


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