Football/Soccer Session (Difficult): Low Block 8v8 phase play

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Nathan Mason
Name: Nathan Mason
City: Columbia
Country: United States of America
Membership: Adult Member
Sport: Football/Soccer

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The low block C License session


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): The low block attack v Defense practice

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The low block attack v Defense practice (20 mins)

Yellows 9 players 3-3-2+ GK take turns in the 11 v 11 goals

Blues 8 players 2-3-2

play starts from the blue 5, blues look to score a goal by breaking down the yellows.

Yellows try to defend the goal and if they manage to re-gain possession of the ball can try to score in the mini goals,

if the ball goes out it must reset from the no 5

(SEE COACHING POINTS AND DETAILS BELOW)


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): The low block SSG

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Learning Objectives

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The low block SSG (20 mins)

8v8 SSG

Attacking team objective is to play through where possible and try to draw the yellows out of position.

Defending team's objective is to stay compact and show control and restraint where possible.

To deny the attacking team a goal-scoring opportunity

 

SCENARIO: With 20 mins to go the yellows are 2-1 up in a league decider. The blue team only needs a draw to win the title.

Can the yellow team hold on to the lead without conceding a goal or maintaining the win.

 

 

WHO primary players:

Individual - No 9 dictates play, and reduces passing options.

primary unit - Midfield unit ( mark, cover, intercept

Secondary unit - Defensive unit: (compactness, cover, balance, and interceptions, preventing turns cover and balance.

WHAT: preventing forward passing.

 

WHEN: The opposition has the ball and wants to progress and penetrate

 

WHERE; Defensive half

 

HOW: Attack v defense session with multiple outcomes working mainly on defensive shape

9 v 9

 

Intended learning outcomes, I would like the defending team to recognize how to remain organized and defend the goal but always ready to counterattack when possible.

 

 

POPs - Out of possession.

1 Delay

2 Compactness

3 Cover & balance

4 control & restraint

5 Press

 

KEY FACTORS,

1 Drop/recover, shape

2 Compactness

3 Dictate play

4 Delay progress- prevent forward passes into central areas

5 win the ball and counter

 

Organization.

shape: 8v8- DEF 1-3-3-1 ATT 1-2-3-2

Coach yellows and manage blues

 

MANAGEMENT OF SESSION.

Try to let them play for a while to encourage disorganized and messy situations.

allow restarts to take place from the blue Gk. this will regularly manufacture situations where the blues will have plenty of opportunities to break down and try to penetrate

 

Blues- try to play through the yellows to score.

Yellows - Drop deep to counter, try to encourage blues to disorganize the yellows through wide play, and link up play through the middle. create situations where the yellows are both in balance and out.

 

Try to work from the striker back to Gk. looking at distances between units and players.

Sliding and screening.

Cover and balance of the yellow team.


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