Futsal Session (Beginner): Darren: Futsal Principles of Play (Start Time: 2024-01-25 18:00:00)

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Luis Melville

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Luis Melville
Name: Luis Melville
City: London
Country: United Kingdom
Membership: Adult Member
Sport: Futsal
Futsal Session Plan Drill (Colour): Goal Clearance Set Up

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Goal Clearance Set Up (15 mins)

Set up: Use flat cones to set up 3 vertical corridors on the court.

On Goal Clearances and Kick Ins RESTARTS, the aim is to look to have one player (#2/4/3) in each corridor and the PIVOT (#5) is higher up the court in the opposite half. The #5 can choose which corridor they want to start in.


FROM GOALKEEPER CLEARANCE


Wingers 2 & 3 are in the left and right hand corridors. If you have left and right footed players, the left footer should ideally be on the right handside of the court and the right footer on the left hand side of the court.


The Fix (#4) should be in the middle.


Remember, like a football Goal Kick, the attacking players can be in their own penalty to receive the ball but once the GK drops the ball, it is in play and the defending team can enter the penalty area. The GK has 4 seconds to get the ball in play.




Futsal Session Plan Drill (Colour): Kick In Restart Set Up

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Kick In Restart Set Up (15 mins)

Set up: Use flat cones to set up 3 vertical corridors on the court.

On Goal Clearances and Kick Ins RESTARTS, the aim is to look to have one player (#2/4/3) in each corridor and the PIVOT (#5) is higher up the court in the opposite half. The #5 can choose which corridor they want to be in.


FROM KICK IN 


Wingers 2 & 3 are in the left and right hand corridors. If you have left and right footed players, the left footer should ideally be on the right handside of the court and the right footer on the left hand side of the court.


The Fix (#4) should be in the middle. Also, the GK can also be an option to play to if necessary.


So here the Fix drops off deeper so they have more time to receive the ball if it is played to them. If the ball is played to them, they can transfer the ball to Wing #3 or if they have space, they can drive forward with the ball.


The Pivot #5 can also start in one of the wide corridors if they want depending on what the opposition are doing.


TIPS:

Although, this is effectively, a 3-1 attacking system, it is better to focus on the principles of stretching the width of court, getting height and depth to create the spaces to play in.


The cones are there to help them understand the geography of the court.


Once the ball is in play, they can then make their own decisions to move where they want.


In this you should be encouraging them to face forward to play forward and if they play a pass can they make a forward run to break lines. Remember there is NO offside.



Remember, like a football Goal Kick, the attacking players can be in their own penalty to receive the ball but once the GK drops the ball, it is in play and the defending team can enter the penalty area. The GK has 4 seconds to get the ball in play.




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