Football/Soccer Session (Moderate): Balance (Week 3, Session 2) (Start Time: 2017-10-12 19:15:00)

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Am-Club: Oakville Soccer Club

Federico Sanmartin, Adult Member

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Federico Sanmartin
Name: Federico Sanmartin
City: Oakville
Country: Canada
Rank: Elite – 2 points
Membership: Adult Member
Sport: Football/Soccer
Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): 4v4

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Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): 4v4
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4v4 (15 mins)

Set Up: Two set ups: half a quarter field at PG ( can go cross field if needbe). Use one full goal at one end and two small 5 yard gates at the other end.

Players: 9 players per field. One GK in goal.

Description: Players take part in a 4v4 game. Regular rules apply.

Key Factors:

1. First defender principles. Close down as the ball travels.

2. Second defender principles - cover.

3. Compactness - vertically/horizontally.

4. Open body shape to weak side attackers.

5. Communication amongst defenders.

6. Cues to press.

Questions: Who pressures the ball? Who becomes the second defender? Which defenders offer balance?


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Multiple Goal Game

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Multiple Goal Game

Set Up: Two set ups: half a quarter field at PG ( can go cross field if needbe). Four small 5 yard gates - 2 at each endline.

Players: 8 players per field. Each team attacks and defends two goals.

Description: Players take part in a 4v4 game. Regular rules apply. Scoring involves dribbling or passing (onto a waiting teammate) through one of two gates.

Key Factors:

1. First defender principles. Close down as the ball travels.

2. Second defender principles - cover.

3. Compactness - vertically/horizontally.

4. Open body shape to weak side attackers.

5. Communication amongst defenders.

6. Cues to press.

Questions: Who pressures the ball? Who becomes the second defender? Which defenders offer balance?


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