Football/Soccer Session (Beginner): July 10th ADP BU's 8 (Start Time: 2019-07-10 17:30:00)

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Dave Beveridge, Adult Member

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Dave  Beveridge
Name: Dave Beveridge
City: Oakville
Country: Canada
Membership: Adult Member
Sport: Football/Soccer
Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): July 10th ADP BU's 8

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Warm up

Head, shoulders, knees and ball

Players have to copy coach when he shouts out parts of the body and point to them, speed up and try to catch the players out by calling wrong body parts.

Whenever the coach shouts BALL, they must put their foot on the ball, last one drops out if competition.

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Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): July 10th ADP BU's 8

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Hand Ball

Organization

- 10 x 10 Area

- Players split into two teams

- Each team has one player at opposite ends of the box

Activity

- The players play with the ball in their hands with European handball rules

- Players in possession have only one step to pivot

- Players not on the ball move to create passing options

- To score the players have to get the ball into the player of their color at the opposite end of the area

Coaches Emphasis

- Change of speed and direction - Physical

- Awareness of space and players - Technical/Psychological

- Fun - Social

- Communication - Social

- Understanding of the link between handball and soccer - Psychological


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): July 10th ADP BU's 8

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1v1, passing and receiving

Purpose

To improve receiving, first touch and 1v1 moves with full pressure defending

Set up

Two teams form lines on opposite ends of a 15 x 15 area, Two goals are placed on opposote ends of the area. Cones designate a shooting line 2 yards from each goals.

Introduction

Defender begins play wit ha pass across the area t o the the attacker, attacker must use speed and 1v1 moves and dribble through the gate before finishing into a goal. after the shot, both players must rqce to the opposite side.

Progression

Coach can adjust the space of the area to suit the needs of the players

Players Tip

Use body movements to deceive the defender before receving the pass. First touch should be directed away from pressure. Use body to protect the ball from pressure. Speed is the key to get away from the defender. Use inside foot to finish on goal

Coaches Tip

Encourage a swift pace from defender's pass. Coach can prescribe moves and combinations for players to work on. Encourage healthy competition in races after 1v1 play


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Use a 40x30 grid. Play 4v4.

Encourage players to use what they have learned during the session in the game play. Make sure we praise the players when they try to implement what we worked on during the session.

Things to look for in the game at the end:

- Are players able to apply basic principles in game play of pressure/cover

- Do the players recognize that their defensive role changes based on which teammate is closest to the ball when the attackers make a pass

- Are the players able to think about where they want to force the attackers (mainly away from goal and towards the sideline in this small sided activity).


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