Football/Soccer Session (Moderate): Youth Possesion Play - Training Plan 10 - Creating Attacking Overload

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Name: Marty Buttigieg
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Youth Possesion Play - Training Plan 10 - Creating Attacking Overload


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Possession Play - SI 1 - Creating Attacking Overload

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Possession Play - SI 1 - Creating Attacking Overload (10 mins)

Area: two 15 x 15 grids, offset (yellow cones shown), Pole at each corner

Players: 8 - 20 player, replicate for larger number (shown), two players either side of each pole

Explanation: Sequence 1 - Play starts with Player A and C simaltaneously passing to Player B/D then move into the Player B/D positions. Player B2/D2 move across the pole in front of Players B/D to receive a short pass from Player B/D who then moves to the Player B2/D2 position. Player B2/D2 takes a touch to turn and pass into Player C1/A1 and then moves towards Player C1/A1.  Player C1/A1 passes back to Player B2/D2 and receives the ball back from Player B2/D2 after moving around the pole into the original Player A/C position then restarts the sequence passing to Player B/D position.

Sequence 2 - Play starts with Player A and C simaltaneously passing to Player B/D then move into the Player B/D positions. Players B/D allows the ball to run across their body and short passes to Player B2/D2. Player B/D moves around the pole to receive the ball back from Player B2/D2 and passes up to Player A1/C1.  Player C1/A1 passes back to Player B2/D2 and receives the ball back from Player B2/D2 after moving around the pole into the original Player A/C position then restarts the sequence passing to Player B/D position.

Coaching Points: sharp movement academy standard, timing of movement,  first touch with back foot, opening stance to be able to receive and pass on , firm long passes, short pass timing/weight/accuracy.


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Possession Play - SI 2 - Creating Attacking Overload

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Possession Play - SI 2 - Creating Attacking Overload (10 mins)

Area: two 15 x 25 grids, offset (yellow cones shown), Zones 1-3 15 x 7, zone 2 15 x 11; two centre flat markers centre of Zone 1 (red cones shown)

Players: 8 -20 player, replicate for larger number (shown) two groups by bib colour

Explanation: Both grids working simeltaneously (if only using one grid rotate attackers, defenders).  Attacker at each end (A-E); 1 (B) v 1 in Zone 1; 2 (C's) v 1 in Zone 2; 1 (D) v 1 in Zone 3.  Phase 1 - Defenders are passive.  Play starts with Player A passing into the forward movement of Player B in Zone 1, Player B takes a touch away from pressure to set up a pass in either of Player C's in Zone 1.  Players C's combine to get a pass or dribble into Zone 3 to combine with Player D to get the ball to Player E.  Once the ball reaches Player E they pass ball back to the Player A position and reset.  Player A moves to Position B, Player B shuffles to vacant Position C, C to D, D to E, E moves to defender queue in the opposite grid, fenders move forward a position. Defenders move forward one zone, defender in zone 1moves to opposite Player A position.

Phase -2 Defenders are active. Same sequence, add small goal in front of Zone 1.  Player B can bounce in Player A to create overload in Zone 1.  If defenders win the ball they try to score in the small goal as quickly as possible.

Coaching Points: sharp movement by Players C to create options for Player B, Player D movment to create space/overload for player C to decide to pass or dribble, first touch with back foot, opening stance to be able to receive and pass on and guard ball from defender, firm long passes, short pass timing/weight/accuracy.


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Youth Possession Play - ST - Creating Attacking Overload

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Youth Possession Play - ST - Creating Attacking Overload (20 mins)

Area: 20 x 45 area, 10m end zone (shaded white), 20 x 20 mid zone (shaded pink),20 x 15 end zone (shaded blue) two small goals at each end

Players:  8 - 12 players, (10 shown) 2 v 1 defensive (white) end zone, 2 v 2 in mid zone, 1 v 2 in attacking (blue) end zone.

Explanation:   Play starts with pair in defensive end zone they keep possession passing to each other looking for an opportunity to pass into their mid zone support, attackers only can move from defensive zone to mid zone to creat overload (Defenders can not move zones). Ball can be bounced back and forth from defensive zone to mid zone looking for an opportunity to hit the attacker (who can move into mid third) or dribble into the attacking zone and score in either of the two small goals, defenders in attacking zone can not move into mid zone, If defenders win the ball they become the attacking with defensive rescritions moving to other team

Coaching Cues; movement to creating space/passing lanes; movement to support/tranistion in attack; knowing options before receiving the ball, first touch to create a passing opportunity; timing, weight and direction of passes; playing back to reset.


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Possession Play - TG - Creating Attacking Overload

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Possession Play - TG - Creating Attacking Overload (30 mins)

Area: 40 x 50 flat markers creating 30 x 20 mid zone. Players 8-16; Payers; divided into two teams

Explanation: Normal game, in possession encourage movement to create space (high tempo speed of play), triple points if goal is scored with no team members in their defensive zone.


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