Futsal Session (Beginner): (D02-G03) 1v1 (Dribbling Gates Game) (Start Time: 2021-07-27 10:00:00)

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Luis Melville, Adult Member

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Luis Melville
Name: Luis Melville
City: London
Country: United Kingdom
Membership: Adult Member
Sport: Futsal

Description

1v1 individual skills/dribbling

Attacker to receive correctly.

Are they aware of where the defender is and of their intention

Can attacker orientate the ball correctly?

Attacker to protect the ball?

Make a decision to score 1 goal or 3 goals.

How brave can the attacker be?


Ask defenders to defend realistically. 

Get out quick to attacker.

Encourage them to win the ball back to score.


Neither player should 'BOOT' the ball out of play. They should keep it in play. This exercise is an attacking exercise. KEEP THE BALL ON THE COURT.



Futsal Session Plan Drill (Colour): 1v1 Side Gates

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1v1 Side Gates

SET UP

  • Use flat cones to mark out an area for 1v1s
  • There should be a starting gate for each player standing opposite each other (1.5 metres wide)
  • To the side of each player there should be a gate marked about 1.5 metres wide (GATES 1 & 2)
  • In this instance, the RED players will feed a ball straight into the opposite PURPLE player.
  • PURPLE player must receive with the sole of his foot and then attempt to dribble, under control, through either gate.
  • The RED player can attempt to win the ball back and score themselves through either gate.
  • The ball is in play if the ball until a goal is scored by dribbling through the gate under control (CANNOT PASS IT THROUGH) or the ball goes outside the playing area.
  • Once play is finished, the next pair can go immediately. 
  • NO SLIDE TACKLES
  • Once each pair has finished they can then join the opposite queue


Ensure ball speed of the player playing the ball is in good. They will send in slow passes to give themselves time to shut the attack down.

Ball must be passed between the opposite gates.

Ensure receiver uses the SOLE of the foot to control and push/orientate the ball to where they wish to go.

Encourage feints to deceive the defender (1 movement to move the defender, 1 movement to get past the defender)

Mix players up so they can play against different players





Futsal Session Plan Drill (Colour): 1v1 Side Gates

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1v1 Side Gates

SET UP


  • Use flat cones to mark out an area for 1v1s
  • There should be a starting gate for each player standing opposite each other (1.5 metres wide)
  • To the side of each player there should be a gate marked about 1.5 metres wide (GATES 1 & 2)




  • In this instance, the RED players will feed a ball straight into the opposite PURPLE player.
  • PURPLE player must receive with the sole of his foot and then attempt to dribble, under control, through either gate.
  • The RED player can attempt to win the ball back and score themselves through either gate.
  • The ball is in play if the ball until a goal is scored by dribbling through the gate under control (CANNOT PASS IT THROUGH) or the ball goes outside the playing area.
  • Once play is finished, the next pair can go immediately. 
  • NO SLIDE TACKLES
  • Once each pair has finished they can then join the opposite queue



Ensure ball speed of the player playing the ball is in good. They will send in slow passes to give themselves time to shut the attack down.

Ball must be passed between the opposite gates.

Ensure receiver uses the SOLE of the foot to control and push/orientate the ball to where they wish to go.


Futsal Session Plan Drill (Colour): 1v1 with 4 Gates

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1v1 with 4 Gates

SET UP


  • Use flat cones to mark out an area for 1v1s
  • There should be a starting gate for each player standing opposite each other (1.5 metres wide)
  • To the side of each player there should be a gate marked about 1.5 metres wide (GATES 1 & 2)




  • In this instance, the RED players will feed a ball straight into the opposite PURPLE player.
  • PURPLE player must receive with the sole of his foot and then attempt to dribble, under control, through either gate.
  • The RED player can attempt to win the ball back and score themselves through either gate.
  • The ball is in play if the ball until a goal is scored by dribbling through the gate under control (CANNOT PASS IT THROUGH) or the ball goes outside the playing area.
  • Once play is finished, the next pair can go immediately. 
  • NO SLIDE TACKLES
  • Once each pair has finished they can then join the opposite queue



Ensure ball speed of the player playing the ball is in good. They will send in slow passes to give themselves time to shut the attack down.

Ball must be passed between the opposite gates.

Ensure receiver uses the SOLE of the foot to control and push/orientate the ball to where they wish to go.


PROGRESSION

1v1 SIDE and BACK GATES

Same set up as previously

But this time, the players can choose to score 1 goal through GATES 1/2 OR choose to take the higher risk of attacking the GATE behind their opponent which is worth 3 GOALS if they succeed.

Ensure that players waiting their turn give the competing pairs plenty of room behind Gates 3/4 and are not standing on the line.

Once again the game is finished if either a goal is scored or the ball goes out of play.

CANNOT SCORE IN THE GATE THEY ARE DEFENDING.


Turn it into a competition.

Players who initially receive the ball can score 1 goal for side gate and 3 for back gate.

If the defender wins it back and can score they get 2 goals for a side gate and 4 goals for their opponents goal.


Futsal Session Plan Drill (Colour): 1v1 Scoring 3 goals

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1v1 Scoring 3 goals

SET UP


  • Use flat cones to mark out an area for 1v1s
  • There should be a starting gate for each player standing opposite each other (1.5 metres wide)
  • To the side of each player there should be a gate marked about 1.5 metres wide (GATES 1 & 2)




  • In this instance, the RED players will feed a ball straight into the opposite PURPLE player.
  • PURPLE player must receive with the sole of his foot and then attempt to dribble, under control, through either gate.
  • The RED player can attempt to win the ball back and score themselves through either gate.
  • The ball is in play if the ball until a goal is scored by dribbling through the gate under control (CANNOT PASS IT THROUGH) or the ball goes outside the playing area.
  • Once play is finished, the next pair can go immediately. 
  • NO SLIDE TACKLES
  • Once each pair has finished they can then join the opposite queue



Ensure ball speed of the player playing the ball is in good. They will send in slow passes to give themselves time to shut the attack down.

Ball must be passed between the opposite gates.

Ensure receiver uses the SOLE of the foot to control and push/orientate the ball to where they wish to go.


PROGRESSION

1v1 SIDE and BACK GATES

Same set up as previously

But this time, the players can choose to score 1 goal through GATES 1/2 OR choose to take the higher risk of attacking the GATE behind their opponent which is worth 3 GOALS if they succeed.

Ensure that players waiting their turn give the competing pairs plenty of room behind Gates 3/4 and are not standing on the line.

Once again the game is finished if either a goal is scored or the ball goes out of play.


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