Football/Soccer Session (Beginner): Ideas 1

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Cedric Bovon, Adult Member

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Cedric Bovon
Name: Cedric Bovon
City: Calgary
Country: Canada
Membership: Adult Member
Sport: Football/Soccer
Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Warm-up game/Rondo

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Warm-up game/Rondo

1st Phase, intentional free play or rondo.

Objective: To welcome the players and create positive routine. Encourage the players to take inicitive for the activity.

Organization: For a game, set up small sided fields that are approximately 30x40, 4v4, max! For the rondo, play 4v0, with a player sitting out. If a player on the inside makes a mistake, sub that player out.

Key words: Pass, open up, calling each others name.

Guided questions: What can you do if you have the ball with time? How do we help the player on the ball?

Answers: Look up, make a decision about what to do next with the ball. By creating space and good angles off the ball.


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): (Un)opposed technique

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(Un)opposed technique

2nd Phase, ball mastery/technical work

Objective: To practice ball skills deliberately

Organization: As shown, get the group in pairs and follow thr sequence. Only progress if yoou've achieved desired result. Work on both feet and make sure every player get a turn on both sides of the ball.

1.Simple passing (2 touches) 2.Quick steps into the pass and back out to space (2 touches) 3.Stand behind the cone and move the ball across your body before the pass (2 touches) 3b.Same as above, now use the outside of the foot to take ball across your body (2 touches) 4.One touch passing closer together (1 touch). 5.Using 4/5 players the 2 inside players, switch back and forth playing 2 touch with the opposite group. 6.Using 4/5 players, dribble towards the server, and make a smaller pass, then take their spot. 7.Using 4/5 players, work on receiving the ball with the back foot.

Key words: Pass, open up, calling each others name.

Guided questions: What can you do if you have the ball with time? How do we help the player on the ball? Why is it important to learn and call each others name?

Answers: Look up, make a decision about what to do next with the ball. By creating space and good angles off the ball. To improve the communication on the field.


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Screen 3

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Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Screen 4

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Movement
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Custom Movement
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Pass
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Custom Pass

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